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Gilded Drinking Glasses

These decorative glasses will make the perfect accent for your Oscar party tablescape.
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Skill Level: Beginner


Martha Stewart Crafts ® 2oz Multi-Surface Metallic Acrylic Craft Paint - Gold
Item #32103
High-performance, patented, premium acrylic paint is specially formulated for use on all surfaces. Its highly pigmented color provides superior coverage-perfect for all craft and hobby painting techniques, including brush painting and detailing, sponging, stenciling, stamping, and printing. UV- and weather-resistant for indoor and outdoor use. Self-priming for use on porous and non-porous surfaces. Dishwasher-safe on glass. Non-toxic; waterbased; USA-made. 20 Metallic paints enliven projects with vivid shine.


Martha Stewart Crafts ® Detailing Brush Set - 5pc
Item #32247
An assortment of brushes for small crafts and fine detailing. Ergonomically designed, easy-grip handles. Contains 5 white nylon bristle brushes: #1 and #4 round for thin and thick lines, detailing, #2, #6 and #8 flat for blending, strokework.


Martha Stewart Crafts ® Glass Etch Cream & Brush
Item #33222
Use to create realistic professional quality etching. Use with Martha Stewart Crafts® adhesive stencils, adhesive silkscreens or patterning tape to create a wide variety of designs. Kit includes 5.96oz glass etching cream, and brush. NOTE: Read Advisory if rinsing in porcelain, ceramic or marble sinks. Use with stainless steel or fiberglasss sinks only.


Other Supplies
Hole reinforcement labels
Low ball glasses


  1. Apply hole reinforcements labels to outside of glass, concentrating them more at the bottom. 
  2. Paint a thick layer of etching cream within each hole with a detail brush.  Following etching cream instructions, set aside, then rinse off cream and remove stickers.
  3. Dry glass. Use a separate detailing brush to apply dots of Metallic Gold, again, concentrating the paint towards the bottom (DO NOT apply Metallic Gold closer than 1 ¾" from top edge of glassware).
    • Tip: You can also use the tip of the brush handle to apply dots of gilding.
  4. Work one small section at a time and let it dry before turning the glass to a new section.


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