|taped + 2nd coat|
(1) Fill a sink with super warm water and place the bottle in it. Let it sit for an hour or two, the paper & adhesive will come right off.
(2) Wash and dry the bottle. You can stop here if you like the plain look.
(3) Decorate! VISIT THE OLDER POST to see how to decorate with tape, stencils, and paint. Or keep reading for chalk/etching.
Chalk paint is a great way to spice up glass. I used Martha Stewart's brand, which is ok. You can purchase it at Michael's. A large bottle is around $7, unless you use a 40% off coupon (which I clearly did...). I taped off the section with masking tape and then applied 4 coats of paint, allowing it to dry between each coat. It worked perfectly!
Follow THIS POST to read about glass etching. I etched another one of my bottles and it worked out really well, too.
I'm sewing a little clutch for tomorrow's post currently. I can hardly wait! I hope you have a simply wonderful day, and as always, thanks for reading! Pin It