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Nautical Glass Set

By: Holli Nutter
Holli Nutter
Holli Nutter
I’m the proud mother of three wonderful children and a silly and cute grandson named Sammy. I’ve been a designer and crafter with Plaid for 15 years. My love of crafting took off when I was 14 and won a “Best in Show” ribbon at the Orange County Fair for one of my oil paintings. Since that time, I’ve been crafting up a storm! I love Mod Podge and everything it can do - there is hardly a project out there that doesn’t deserve a little Mod Podge. I hope to pass my knowledge onto you and wish you much success in your decoupaging endeavors.
Paint a set of these perfect summer by-the-pool party glasses!
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Skill Level: Advanced


PLAID Supplies
  • FolkArt ® Enamels™ - Wicker White, 2 oz.
  • FolkArt ® Enamels™ - Engine Red, 2 oz.
  • FolkArt ® Enamels™ - Cobalt, 2 oz.
Find these items in the Plaid Store!
Other Supplies
4 wide mouth glass drinking glasses
#10 flat brush
Liner brush Transfer paper


1. Clean and dry glasses.

2. Place pattern inside of glass and basecoat square Wicker White. Let dry.

3. Transfer design element patterns on white squares.

4. Paint designs and dot/dash borders with liner brush.

5. Let dry and bake glasses as instructed on paint label.

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