How to make peekaboo wine glasses

How do you seal peekaboo wine glasses?

Quote from video: It's just not the best product for sealing. So what we're gonna do is take some painters tape. And you don't have to be exact with this line. But you want to get it pretty close to your glitter.

How do you make a peek a boo glitter wine glass?

Use a brush to apply a thin coat of Dishwasher Safe Mod Podge to the area below the tape. Sprinkle on a layer of glitter over the glue. For crisp lines, carefully remove the tape while the glue is still wet. Invert the wine glass (glitter-side up), and allow it to dry completely.

Can I epoxy a wine glass?

Quote from video: It's gonna incorporate bubbles into your epoxy. And you don't want that. So just run your finger very gently down into the base of your cup. And then I do dump along the stem of the wineglass as well.

How do you put words on a wine glass?

Rubbing alcohol works great just make sure to let it dry before applying the vinyl. One helpful trick to applying vinyl to a curved surface is to place a bean bag, pillow, or rice bag under the wine glass. I’m using a neck pillow. It works great as the glass lays on it and it helps prevent the wine glass from moving.

How do you make glitter wine glasses?

Quote from video: You can even use a biodegradable eco-friendly glue to get started take your clean wine glass and your masking tape pull off a long piece of masking tape. And then you will mask off the area.

How do you seal glitter on a wine glass?

If you need to touch up some spots or add another coat of glitter, apply another coat of Mod Podge or decoupage medium, apply the glitter, tap to remove it and allow to dry completely. Once the medium is totally dry, use more dishwasher safe Mod Podge or decoupage medium to seal the glitter to the glass.

Can you use epoxy on glitter wine glasses?

Glittering Wine Glasses using Epoxy

We show you how easy it is to glitter a set of wine glasses using Easy Cast epoxy. Fast & Fun!

How do you do a peekaboo tumbler?

Quote from video: Let that dry for four to six hours. And then you'll put on your second coat of epoxy immediately. After and let that second coat dry for eight hours. And then I'm going to go into the sanding.