wine glasses decorated with blackboard paint and chalk from lesserevilife.com

wine glasses decorated with blackboard paint and chalk from lesserevilife.com

It's well worth the effort, you'll never lose track of your glass again! Deb gives a few detailed suggestions for how to use chalkboard paint on this tricky surface.

Chalkboard Wine Glasses Tutorial

It's well worth the effort, you'll never lose track of your glass again! Deb gives a few detailed suggestions for how to use chalkboard paint on this tricky surface.

Break out the glitter! This is one of the coolest tricks I’ve seen – how to add glitter and then make it washable! Katherine of Inspire, Design, & Create made these super festive “dipped” wine glasses and added two coats of clear sealant to make them hand-washable. So, ...

DIY washable glittered glassware

Break out the glitter! This is one of the coolest tricks I’ve seen – how to add glitter and then make it washable! Katherine of Inspire, Design, & Create made these super festive “dipped” wine glasses and added two coats of clear sealant to make them hand-washable. So, ...

Wine Glasses - What a great idea: Use chalkboard paint on base of glasses for personalization.

Wine Glasses - What a great idea: Use chalkboard paint on base of glasses for personalization.

By Mark Montano  1. After your jars are sparkly clean, tightly wrap them with yarn in a crisscross pattern and tape the ends on the underside or the inside so they stay in place. Don’t place the tape on the outside of the jar where you will be painting.  2. Cover an area in newspaper and give the jars 3 light coats of white Krylon spray paint (waiting 5-10 minutes in between coats) and let dry.  3. Remove the yarn and wrap the tops with the bias fabric securing them with a knot.

Hip-Cycling Candle Holders

By Mark Montano 1. After your jars are sparkly clean, tightly wrap them with yarn in a crisscross pattern and tape the ends on the underside or the inside so they stay in place. Don’t place the tape on the outside of the jar where you will be painting. 2. Cover an area in newspaper and give the jars 3 light coats of white Krylon spray paint (waiting 5-10 minutes in between coats) and let dry. 3. Remove the yarn and wrap the tops with the bias fabric securing them with a knot.

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