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Frosted Tumblers

Sip a cool frothy drink from these DIY frosty glasses using Martha Stewart Crafts Glass Paint. The paint is dishwasher safe.

Tools and Materials

Martha Stewart Crafts Transparent Frost Glass Paint in Mace and Pea Shoot
Martha Stewart Crafts Glass Patterning Tape
Martha Stewart Crafts Stencil Tape

Craft knife
Contact paper and circle punch (for circle design, if used)
Glassware

Solid Frosted Glassware How-To

1. Prepare an area where your painted glass can dry for several hours. Work over a newspaper-covered surface. 

2. Use stencil tape to mark off an area at least 0.8 inches wide at the top of the glass.

3. Starting at the top and working down, pour paint onto the glass in a thin, even layer, turning glass to coat evenly.

4. When glass is completely coated with paint, allow it to dry for at least three hours. In order to allow excess paint to drip off, elevate the glass slightly by resting it on a small, raised surface. (Tip: the plastic ring inside a roll of tape or the paint bottle cap work perfectly.)

5. Using a craft knife, score along each taped edge. Remove the tape slowly.

Patterned Frosted Glassware How-To

1. Prepare an area where your painted glass can dry for several hours. Work over a newspaper-covered surface.

2. Use stencil tape to mark off an area at least 0.8 inches wide at the top of the glass.

3. Using patterning tape or contact paper, mask off portions of the glass to create the pattern of your choice.

4. Starting at the top and working downwards, pour paint directly onto the glass in a thin, even layer, turning glass to coat evenly.

5. When glass is completely coated with paint, allow it to dry for at least three hours. In order to allow excess paint to drip off, elevate the glass slightly by resting it on a small, raised surface. (Tip: the plastic ring inside a roll of tape, or the clear plastic cap from the paint bottle work perfectly.)

6. Using a craft knife, score along each taped edge. Remove the tape slowly.