So grab your favorite shade of loose glitter and lets get crafting!! Hope this helps! Glitter Dipped Glasses with Vinyl. Paint the item you want to cover in a thin, even coat of Mod Podge and shake over your glitter until the item is covered. I know that Mod Podge is coming out with a dishwasher safe version soon though~ hope this helps! Which is best to use loose glitter and sealer or glitter paint xx. Hi Rachel! This radical new MSC decoupage glue is dishwasher safe!!! I have saw a few variations on these glasses recently where the glitter has been put straight to the top of the glass. But even after all that some loose glitter comes off when I touch it. At this point you can also carefully peel off the tape. Here is what you will need: Stemless wine glass . Which finish are you using?? As with all our DIY tutorials, if you create one of our projects please send us a picture – We Love Seeing Your Creativity! We prefer the stencil tape, but any type of 'easy release' painters tape is best... :), Jen | Something Turquoise Don't use the old stuff, it won't work ;), Hi I've been using triple thick to seal the glitter but it looses the shine from the glitter does the gloss sealer loose the sparkle? So I started off with my glitter, the item I wanted to cover, a paint brush and Mod Podge Gloss. Hope this helps ;). You may also leave ½ to 1 inches (1.27 to 2.54 centimeters) of the stem exposed as well; the glitter will then extend onto part of the stem. Your email address will not be published. What I was looking for specifically was someone to tell me what I could use to seal glitter without it’s sparkle being diminished. Apply a light coat of the sealer. It says nothing about gloss finish. Thank you! This post contains affiliate links, find out what that means here. Do you know how this could be achieved to ensure it would be safe to drink from? To apply glitter to the base of the wine glass, tape off the stem of the glass and leave the base exposed. If you want to use them and very gently hand-wash them, you only need to let them dry for 72 hours! *Make sure to roll the bottle around on your table to mix the glue. December 6, 2013, Hi Kayla, do you mean when you are sealing the layer of glitter? I like the softness of the glitter glue on the first tutorial but the seal of the decoupage with this tutorial. Haley Pierson-Cox. We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. Glitter: $4.95 for a jar that has enough glitter to make 30-ish wine glasses. I followed the instructions on the label, and rolled it around before using. Just wondering if the glitter has to be Martha Stewart brand, or can it be any ol brand? There is a common misconception that vinyl needs to breath and that therefore you shouldn’t apply any sealant. She's also sometimes an irritable cartoon named Tiny Cranky Haley. One of the easiest to use and most affordable mediums for sealing glitter is a decoupage medium. I did some red glitter stem wine glasses. I've been experimenting with the Martha Stewart dishwasher-safe decoupage. Put Sealant on the Finished Wine Glass Because this is a glass to be washed, I used Dishwasher Safe Mod Podge as an outer sealant. Here at Makes, Bakes and Decor we're all about living a creative life on a budget and I'm so happy you've joined us on our journey! Find the supplies you’ll need for this project from our affiliate links below: Hello! :-(. I decided to give Mod Podge a try and I was so happy with the results. I dreamed of the day that I could bring this tutorial to you and it’s finally here… thanks to the brand new Martha Stewart Crafts Decoupage glue!!! If you glittered just one part of your project, such as a wine glass stem, wrap a plastic bag over the un-glittered part. (by hand), p.s. Leave this to dry completely. Hope this helps :). Guess what!?! Rub with burnisher or credit card to seal to glass. It worked equally well as a glue, but also dulled the glitter when used as a top coat. To ensure that NO loose glitter will come off your glass, paint two coats of the decoupage glue over the entire glittered area with dry time in between. Using a foam or sponge pouncer, heavily cover your choice of design area in the decoupage glue. Once dry, shake to remove excess glitter – if there are areas that are bare and need a little extra glitter, paint a little more glue on and add more – but let that spot dry for another hour. If you use Instagram or Twitter please use the hashtag #SomethingTurquoiseDIY and it will show up on our Get Social page. But when I was looking myself online to find out how to seal glitter there were so many different tutorials and none of them clear. Just make sure the glittered area avoids where your lips will touch the glass! Any advice? It's in a small clear bottle with a brush applicator. I appreciate your post thank you I will be adding the mod podge again. I had the same problem when I sealed glitter wine glasses with Triple Thick. However, this is false. You might think this technique is pretty easy and it is. Hi Tammy! Once the glitter and Mod Podge dried I started cutting and applying adhesive vinyl. You can always use them once they are dry, then VERY carefully wash the inside of the glasses only, then after your event cure them according to the instructions. Hi Jen, By: Crystal / Updated on: July 22, 2020 / Post may contain affiliate links disclosure policy This post and photos may contain Amazon or other affiliate links. Shaun especially really hates it at Christmas time when glittered ornaments get their glitter all over the place. Glitter Wine Glass Scallop Template Cut pattern into transfer paper or contact paper. January 25, 2014. Hi Jen! I can't locate the Martha Stewart decoupage pictured in your tutorial. 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Discover our favorite methods for sealing glitter on glass, fabric, paper, and more. at all as you can see from the pictures above. If you glitter the bottom of the base, DON’T let it sit in water  – it will peel off! Jul 18, 2012 - Super simple! I think their exclusive deal ends at the end of February and then you'll be able to buy it on Amazon and other online retailers. It is NOT the same decoupage glue... that's her old stuff with the brush applicator. Remove backing and apply to glass. This is done as follows: Apply an adhesive such as Mod Podge, a glue adhesive spray or a spray lacquer. In this tutorial we used the durable gloss and I think the amount of sparkle has relatively stayed the same. So I started off with my glitter, the item I wanted to cover, a paint brush and Mod Podge Gloss. Happy Crafting! February 23, 2014, Hi Maribeth! I want to do a little gallery wall and this will be part of it. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it. Make sure to paint a little past the glitter line, this glue dries clear so you won’t … When the “stem” of your flower is dry, paint on the petals with your foam brush and a little bit of glue. Do not soak in water for extended periods of time. You might even dare say that I love glitter. Yay! Do you have any recommendation for a sealer that will maintain both the ability to wash and also the sparkle? This glue will knock the shine down on the glitter and it can also melt it. CRAFTER TIP // If you paint this glue on with a brush – your glitter might show streak marks! As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.If you purchase something through any link, Hello Creative Family may receive a … Carefully cover the entire decoupaged area with your choice of glitter! I’m wondering whether you could do a dipdye look with wine glasses or champagne flutes using the food coloring and then with a sprinkle of ombre glitter over the top! Choose a clear, glossy-finish sealer; don't use a matte, semi-gloss, or satin finish, or your glitter will loose its sparkle. Hi Rhonda! Disclosure: Something Turquoise contains paid advertising banners and some contextual affiliate links. If you are going to seal the glitter, use a very clear and glossy spray like Krylon Triple Thick Glaze, or a crystal clear liquid like Envirotex Lite. Hi Rachel. February 19, 2014. Jen | Something Turquoise Well, you wouldn't be lying. An affiliate link means that we may receive a commission on sales of some of the products that are linked in our posts; it costs you nothing and we are rewarded for the introduction. Wrap a piece of painter's tape around the the rim of each glass. So your next step is to paint on another even coat of Gloss Mod Podge and then leave this to dry. To apply glitter to the stems of the wine glass, cover the base of the glass with tape. Some even just said “seal the glitter” without even telling me what to use. This cute cactus was a gift from a friend who saw it and knew I could do something with it for Noa’s room. You can buy glitter ModPodge too. There are so many different designs that you can do! There was no photoshop done to make these glasses look shinier - and I photographed them after the top coat was dry. $0.16 each glass. Thanks for the tutorial! After the second coat of Mod Podge and glitter, paint on the last coat of Mod Podge to seal the glitter in. I have looked on the net/eBay and can't locate a stockist. Haley Pierson-Cox from Red-Handled Scissors is a maker of crafts, a lover of cats, an avid swearing enthusiast, a cross-stitch book author, and a general purveyor of quirk. Hi there. Let dry for at least 6-8 hours!! Jen | Something Turquoise The glitter was a beautiful bright red when the Modge Podge had dried. Thanks :), Jen | Something Turquoise Or is there a spray sealer anyone can recommend please? ), Martha Stewart Crafts Glitter in your favorite color, Martha Stewart Crafts paint brush, sponge pouncer and stencil tape. I've used mod podge, but I've found that when I have washed the glasses in Luke warm water, the glue starts to go back to White until they dry out. Is this the same decoupage just different packaging? Choose a good sealer and minimize the damage to something barely noticable. Hope this helps! No, you need to keep the glitter and decoupage glue away from where your lips will touch the glass! This is one of the ways that we can continue to keep our fab content flowing and free! I am letting it set right now and then I got to thinking how do I seal it. New! About 10 minutes active time. I used a soft tape measure to measure 3″ down from the lip of the glass and marked the glass with a Flair pen (washable felt pen) all around. Can I wash it by hand without waiting 28 days? I did all 12 for around $20 and I have mod Podge and glitter left over! Thank you :), Jen | Something Turquoise I used it to colour jars by mixing it with water and food coloring, and then you put them in the oven after a while to set. PS: I also tried the new Mod Podge Dishwasher Safe (produced by the same company that makes the Martha Stewart line). It works perfectly to "glue" the glitter to the glass; however, when applying it as a top-coat sealant, it dulls the sparkle of the glitter significantly. Once dry your glitter will be completely sealed, and it doesn’t diminish the glitteryness (that is a word, I just made it!) You see crafty things like this all over Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, etc. Photography: Something Turquoise Photography for SomethingTurquoise.com // DIY tutorial: Jen | Something Turquoise // Martha Stewart Crafts Decoupage Glue in Gloss Finish, Martha Stewart Crafts glitter (in white gold, graphite and smoky quartz), MSC paint brushes, pouncer and stencil tape: Editors at Martha Stewart all available at Michaels // cheap glassware: Ikea // nail polish: Essie – Vested Interest. I took pictures at each stage so I could tell the difference... not as sparkly after using it as a top-coat. Mod Podge is a fantastic option that's available in craft stores. *. The decoupage glue that you use NEEDS to be dishwasher safe - which Martha Stewarts is. Also, you don't need to paint the glass area with glue where there is no glitter :). It just so happens that I also love wine.… Yes, when sealing the glitter. Both of these sealers will protect your glitter indoors and outdoors. Hope this helps! December 18, 2013. Glittered wine glasses. Glitter (extra fine) small paint brush. I will try it again tonight and hopefully it works! Hello! I'm only finding the Martha Stewart decoupage glue and sealer. DIY Glitter Wine Glasses- Perfect for a Galentine’s Day Crafternoon. (Your measurement may vary depending on the size of your wine glasses) I created this tutorial because there was an overwhelming 'want' to use 'loose glitter' and not the glitter paint. Maribeth, Jen | Something Turquoise Thanks! Hi Charlene! Mod Podge, Walmart glitter, and spray sealant. How fast you use them is completely up to you because technically you can use them once they are dry. If you love Interiors, DIY and good food you're in the right place. Once these glasses air dry for 28 days they will be top-shelf dishwasher safe! Seal in glitter used on craft projects to prevent the glitter from falling or rubbing off of the project. As you can gather from the title/general look of my blog, you can deduce that I like glitter. BUT, if you want them to last and be dishwasher safe you need to follow the 'curing' techniques that can be found within the tutorial. Glitter is as useful for adults as it is for children. Maybe I will try blowing the glitter off with an air duster... You shouldn't have to blow off the glitter with an air duster... have you let the glitter/glue coat dry at least an hour before moving on?? I know they look really pretty with the glitter all the way up the glassware but it's not recommended for glassware that you will actually use; if it's decorative that's fine. I hope this post will help with any future glitter projects you might have . Adhere the glitter, then cover with a sealant spray. I get glitter all over my brush and it smears on the glass. Well... that's making me think there might be something wrong with your batch of decoupage glue - unless the shine in my 'hero' shot looks the same as your glasses do. Washing by hand is best. How-To: Double Sparkle No-Shed Glitter Sealing Technique. Hi there, The only area I’m **painting that doesn’t have glitter. That’s why I wanted to write this quick post on how to seal glitter using Mod Podge. love your easy and creative tutorials! If you’re looking for some glitter projects take a look at my Glam Halloween Skulls, Paper Bead Garland or Photo Christmas Bauble. Digital Christmas card designs with Font Bundles. Hi, These are insanely beautiful!! Let this first coat dry for at least an hour. Apply the final three coats of Mod Podge in this order: Apply one coat of Hard Coat Mod Podge over the name, glitter, and rhinestone sticker decoration. ***And no, this is the best glue for this project! I used the same Modge Podge as I used to glue the glitter to seal it. Once dry, spray a high gloss clear sealant over the glittered area. No. For right now it's only available at Michaels, they have the exclusive license for 6 months... but I checked with my pals at MSC and they said that by March 1st it will be available online - if not sooner! Which design and color will fit your special event!?! Who doesn’t love a bit (or a lot) of glitter. You probably need to make sure and shake ALL the loose glitter off the glass before you paint. You can seal vinyl without any problem. Hi Quick Question, Pin How to seal glitter with Mod Podge to save it for later! Place the tape on the glass connecting the dots to seal it off. By sealing in the glitter on your finished project, you will preserve your work for an extended amount of time. Total time: About 8 hours, including drying time. January 17, 2014, Hiya, do i have to use stencil tape or can i use like masking tape or something like that? Make sure you have a plate or container under the glass and … The new line that I use in this tutorial is only currently available at Michaels. Use techniques to seal in glitter on store-bought items to protect your investment. The only area I'm pating that doesn't have glitter is a little area above the glitter line to seal it in. To ensure that NO loose glitter will come off your glass, paint two coats of the decoupage glue over the entire glittered area with dry time in between. In a small dish, add a little Martha Stewart Crafts Decoupage Glue in gloss finish. There is no decoupage glue on the market that is "food safe", they are non-toxic, but not meant to touch our lips, food or drink. Required fields are marked *, By using this form you agree with the storage and handling of your data by this website. Wine glass: $1 each. After you have designed your glasses, make sure to seal them thoroughly, so that the glitter stays on the glasses and not in your dishwasher Vote For It ! I'm sure you can use them both together but there is no need. Thank you I just did some plastic with mod podge and then glitter. Unfortunately, all of the glitter colors I tried were dulled when using it as a sealant / top-coat. Can anyone tell me where to get Martha Stewarts glue from for doing the glitter glasses please? I used the MSC Multi-Surface Durable Gloss. Once the Mod Podge is dry your item will look great but as you can see from the picture above as soon as you pick it up glitter gets transferred to your hands and then everywhere else too. Many thanks Add 2-3 petals at a time (paint it with the glue and add glitter). I actually let it dry overnight. Then when I try to paint the sealing layer a lot comes off on my brush and because of that it gets on parts of the glass it shouldn't be on. The first step is to mark off and mask the area of the wine glass that you want to cover in glitter. Hello, my name is Lianne. We only recommend using the MSC 'multi-surface durable gloss' or 'high gloss thick coat' finishes. You can customize wine glasses into a set of glitzy barware for a present, bachelorette party, Oscar party or other fancy occasion. Sunlotus 12 oz Glitter Wine Tumbler with Lid, Double Walled Vacuum Insulated Wine Glass Coffee Mug for Keep Wine,Champagne, Cocktails- Gifts(Glitter Navy … I was wondering if it would work to combine the glitter paint and the decoupage? Hi Letty! Your email address will ONLY be used to reply to your comment. February 10, 2014. !eval(ez_write_tag([[300,250],'somethingturquoise_com-box-3','ezslot_1',101,'0','0'])); First, clean the area that you plan on glittering with rubbing alcohol. Have you ever covered anything in glitter? Especially that it can be made dishwasher safe!! I shake all the glitter off and tap around the glass to get any extra. January 20, 2014, Hi Courtney! Use a paint brush to apply Modge Podge around the glass, painting in downward strokes. Mandy, Jen | Something Turquoise I know I do and it’s one of my favourite things to craft with especially at Christmas time. Mod Podge: $8, for enough to make probably 50-60 wine glasses. Do you think Mod Podge- Gloss will work the same? Brush on mod Podge, sprinkle glitter, let dry, and seal with spray clear sealant. For the glitter, I put a bunch of the neon orange glitter and just a little black glitter in a container and mixed it up. Now you can!!! From shop 721Done. I am having problems painting on the glue after the glitter. Painting past the glitter seals it completely. Hi Mandy! Paint two coats to finish your glass, with at least an hour of dry time in between each coat. Hi are you able to glitter all the up to the top of the glass and it still be safe to drink from the glass, thanks x, Jen | Something Turquoise With glitter, we really recommend putting on a nice thick coat and immediately putting the glitter onto the glue and pressing it in. :) wine and glitter...can't go wrong! Hope this helps! Jen | Something Turquoise Using stencil tape, mask off your choice of design. Make sure to paint a little past the glitter line, this glue dries clear so you won’t see it. Craft Glitter: It works fine, but make sure no spray gets on top of the glittered surface. Make these glitter wine glasses in a batch to cut down on the time. January 10, 2014. Don't let them sit in water and don't really wash the glittered area just to be safe. As soon as you are happy with the glitter coverage, remove the stenciling tape. January 26, 2014. I use the same process for wine glasses with stems, coffee mugs, tumblers, etc!! There is nothing worse however than picking a glittery item up and then you’re covered in it for days! Your email address will not be published. Take your brush and mod podge and paint the area where you would like to have glitter. You need to make sure you have the gloss version not the matte! :), Jen | Something Turquoise Sprinkle the glued section of the glass object with the glitter. If you use just MSC glitter paint and let it air dry for 21 days - it is dishwasher safe, just like the decoupage glue. Is there anything else I can do to speed up the process in case they may need to wash the glassware? Almost two years ago, we shared our ‘glam champagne glass‘ tutorial and now hundreds of crafters all over the internet have embellished simple glassware with glitter paint – but everyone wanted to use loose glitter. Personalized glitter wine glass stemless - Gifts for Bridesmaids - Gift for friends- Wine lovers - wine tumbler with name - Large wine glass 721Done. You need to make sure you have the gloss version not the matte! Using a pouncer ensures an even coverage of glue that the glitter really responds to. Paint the item you want to cover in a thin, even coat of Mod Podge and shake over your glitter until the item is covered. Decoupage mediums are thinner than white glue and include other … I mean VERY thin layer!! Glitter Dipped Glasses Step 5. $0.13 each glass. I'm planning on doing this tutorial but customizing it with my bridesmaids initials, reading your comment feed, i see it says its ok for the glasses to be used within 72 hours correct? Sometimes the vinyl underneath sealant might shrink a little over time. Let me know :) Vacuum Insulated Stemless Wine Glass - THILY T2 Stainless Steel 12 oz Cute Travel Wine Tumbler Cup with Spill Proof Lid and Reusable Straw, Silicone Bottom, Keep Drinks Cold or Hot, Glitter Teal 4.3 out of 5 stars 36 3. Thanks so much for the reply. Finally I add a VERY thin layer of Mod Podge to "seal" the glitter! If I do not use a dishwasher does the "28 day" rule still apply? Make sure to press down on the tape after to have it sealed against the glass. Leave this to dry completely. **The finish isn't guaranteed washable unless it's dried for 28 days. Hi Cynthia! But the stems are now a darker red, not the bright red as before. Use an acrylic spray-on sealer if you want extra durability. The products seemed very much the same. Then allow to dry overnight. This is so cute. 2. First, add green glitter to the bottom of the bowl, stem and base of the wine glass. I love the tutorial and all things glitter! This is a property of the (cheap) vinyl itself and isn’t caused by the sealing process. Martha Stewart Crafts Decoupage Glue in Gloss Finish (no other glue will do!
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