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Martha Stewart Crafts Italic Script Glasses

Beautiful glasses created with Martha Stewart Adhesive Stencils.

At a Glance:

#4577 Skill Level: Beginner Time:
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This project features these great brands:

  • Martha Stewart Logo
  • Martha Stewart Glass Logo
supplies

Martha Stewart Crafts ® 2oz Gloss Opaque Glass Paint - Yellow Jacket

Number Needed: 1 $0.00 $3.59
Item available exclusively at Walmart

Martha Stewart Crafts ® 2oz Metallic Opaque Glass Paint - Black Nickel

Number Needed: 1 $0.00 $3.59
Item available exclusively at Walmart

Martha Stewart Crafts ® Glass Etch Cream & Brush

Number Needed: 1 $0.00 $25.09
Item available exclusively at Walmart

MARTHA STEWART GLASS FROST CLEAR 6 OZ.

Number Needed: 1 $0.00 $7.09
Item available exclusively at Walmart

Martha Stewart Crafts ® Glass Paint Dauber and Roller Set, 6pc

Number Needed: 1 $0.00 $13.09
Item available exclusively at Walmart

Martha Stewart Crafts ® Glass Adhesive Stencils - Italic Script Alphabet

Number Needed: 1 $0.00 $17.09
Item available exclusively at Walmart
instructions

Other Supplies

Glasses (assorted sizes), Brush basin or container for water, Paper towels, Rubbing alcohol, Foam plate

Instructions

Preparation Instructions:

  1. Moisten paper towel with rubbing alcohol and wipe over cleaned glass to remove any remaining dirt, grease or soap film.  Allow to dry.
  2. Position adhesive stencil on glass surface where desired; press in place.

Glass Etching Instructions:

  1. Apply extra tape to create a wider mask as a protective area.
  2. Set timer for 15 minutes and allow glass with Etch Cream to rest.
  3. Squeeze a small amount of paint onto foam plate. 
  4. Holding the foam pouncer as you would a pencil, begin dabbing straight up and down over the opening of the adhesive stencil.  Continue painting until the entire design area has been completed.
  5.  Continue adding stenciled designs over glass surface until desired effect is achieved.  NOTE:  When repeating a stenciled letter, it is best to clean the stencil between uses by rinsing in water and allowing the stencil to dry thoroughly.
  6. Set completed project aside for 1 hour to thoroughly dry.

 

Curing Instructions:

  1. <li class="MsoNormal" level1="" margin-bottom:0in;margin-bottom:.0001pt;="" lfo3"="" mso-list:l4=""> All glass surfaces painted with Martha Stewart Crafts Glass Paints should be cured to increase the paint’s durability on glass or ceramic surfaces.  Follow either the Bake to Cure Technique or the Air Cure Technique. 

Bake to Cure Technique– Set dry silkscreened glassware into cool oven.  Set oven to 350°F and bake for 30 minutes.  Glass must heat gradually with the oven to avoid breakage.  Do NOT place glass in a hot oven.  After 30 minutes, turn the oven off.  Allow glass to cool completely in oven.  Wait 72 hours before using.  NOTE:  Glitter Glass Paints should not be baked to cure; only use air cure technique when painting with glitter paints.

Air Cure Technique – Air dry completed project for 21 days before using.  NOTE:  Glitter Glass Paints should not be baked to cure; only use air cure technique when painting with glitter paints.

 

Disclaimer: The information found in each project is presented in good faith, but no warranty is given, nor results guaranteed, nor is freedom from any patent to be inferred. Since we have no control over physical conditions surrounding the application of information herein contained, Plaid Enterprises, Inc. disclaims any liability for untoward results.

Important: Please be sure to thoroughly read the instructions for all products, paying particular attention to all cautions and warnings shown to ensure the proper and safe use of the product.

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