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Midnight Hour New Year Dessert Stand

DecoArt® Opaque Glass Paint Marker™

Midnight Hour New Year Dessert Stand
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Midnight Hour New Year Dessert Stand

designed by PLA Schneider

Place desserts on this festive New Year's Eve stand created with DecoArt® Opaque Glass Paint Marker™ and Galaxy Glitter.

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SUPPLIES

Americana® Acrylics

  • Antique Gold (DAO9)

DecoArt Opaque Glass Paint Marker

  • Fuchsia (DGPM54)
  • Gold (Metallic) (DGPM52)
  • Green (DGPM59)

DecoArt® Glass Paint

  • Black (DGP14)

Galaxy Glitter™

  • Gold Shooting Star (DGG01)

Other supplies

  • paper towels
  • rubbing alcohol
  • small round brush
  • clear glass plate
  • E6000 Glue
  • medium flat brush
  • martini glass

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Gather the supplies.
    Step 0 Example
  2. Wipe the plate clean with rubbing alcohol and a paper towel. Place the pattern down and then place the plate over the pattern. (See photo.)
    Step 1 Example
  3. Use a small round brush to apply Gold Shooting Star to the design. Let dry and add two additional coats.
    Step 2 Example
  4. Use Glass Paint Markers in all the listed colors to paint "confetti" throughout the plate. Let dry.
    Step 3 Example
  5. Use a medium flat brush to paint the back of the plate in Black. (See photo: this is what the front side of it will look like once complete.) Let dry.
    Step 4 Example
  6. Wipe the martini glass clean with rubbing alcohol and a paper towel.
    Step 5 Example
  7. Use a medium flat brush to paint the glass in Antique Gold. Let dry. Use a medium flat brush to apply Gold Shooting Star. Let dry and apply one more coat.
    Step 6 Example
  8. Use E6000 Glue to adhere the martini glass to the plate. (Do this part upside down.) Let dry.
    Step 7 Example
  9. Once the glue has dried, turn it right side up.
    Step 8 Example

HELPFUL HINTS

When reverse glass painting, be sure that any words, letters, or numbers are backwards, when painting. This way they will appear the right way once flipped over.