Stenciled Halloween Wine Glasses
Fear not, this festive project will help you raise a ghoulish glass to the spookiest day of the year.
Photography: John Armitage
Source: Martha Stewart
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- 15 oz. stemless wine glasses
- Rubbing alcohol
- Craft knife
- Waxed paper
- Paper towels
- Paper plates
- Water basin
To prep, wash all glasses with warm soapy water. Dry and wipe with rubbing alcohol to remove any leftover residue.
On one glass, tape off approximately one third of the way from the bottom. Apply Flame to the lower part of the glass as follows: Use the foam pouncer and apply a light coat first, let dry, then keep applying coats until the paint is even. After the last coat, score along the tape edge with craft knife before removing tape to prevent any paint from pulling up.
Center the "Happy Halloween" stencil on the glass between the top edge and the painted bottom. Tape around the stencil to prevent any paint getting outside of it. Apply Beetle Black to the design. Remove the stencil and let dry completely.
Place flying witch stencil to the left of "Happy Halloween" and paint with Beetle Black.
Let all paint cure completely before use, referring to paint bottle for cure times and directions.