I recently had the chance to try out Martha Stewart Decoupage products. This past spring, I made a beautiful pitcher for my mom and I knew I wanted make something to go along with that. The pitcher was made with Martha Stewart products as well so I knew whatever I made would be gorgeous. I decided to make a set of Decoupaged Butterfly Glasses.
You will need:
Martha Stewart Decoupage in Gloss Finish
Martha Stewart Decoupage Brushes
Martha Stewart Decoupage Papers
First, prepare your glasses by washing and wipe down with rubbing alcohol. Let dry 15 minutes.
Next, spread an even layer of decoupage on the area that you will be decorating. Spread a thin layer on the back of the decoupage paper cut-out too. Press the paper onto the glass and smooth out any bubbles with your finger. Wipe off excess decoupage.
Let dry 1-2 hours
When dry, brush a layer of decoupage on top leaving 1/4″ overlap to seal your paper. Let dry 1-2 hours. Repeat with a second coat on top. Let dry. Repeat with a third coat of decoupage.
These decoupaged glasses are top rack dishwasher safe.
I loved working with these products! The Martha Stewart Decoupage collection includes products that work on many surfaces such as glass, ceramic, and fabric. There are many different decoupage items to choose from such as fabric, paper, lace, trims and more. These decoupage products are available at your local Michaels craft store.
Find out more about the new Martha Stewart decoupage line on their Blog, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.
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I was compensated with Martha Stewart product but all opinion are 100% my own.
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