4.28.2012

Stenciled Summer Cups DIY



ONE: The supplies you'll need are: Martha Stewart Satin Paint, Martha Stewart Adhesive Stencils, a sponge for each color, and a pallet for paint. TWO: Be sure to get different sized sponges. I wasn't sure if we'd need the super small ones, but they came in handy so much with little stencils! THREE: You can also stencil on wood. It looks mighty adorable. FOUR: Don't forget a few good friends to join the fun ;)
***After you've done all your pretty stencils onto your glasses, you've gotta seal those beautiful designs up! Place glasses in cool oven; set oven to 350 and bake for 30 minutes. Turn oven off and allow glass and oven to cool. Remove glasses when completely cool.***

**side note: this cup already had the white star designs on it.**

Send me a link if you end up doing this!
It's a really fun project for a craft night with the girls.
Have fun and happy painting!

12 comments:

  1. These glasses look SO cute! are they dishwasher safe??

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  2. my friend did it. it was so beautiful.
    by the way, i make a (maga)zine called Spark. The third issue, The Journey, is already out. You can read it here http://issuu.com/spark_zine/docs/spark_issue__3
    It would be so lovely if you read it and email Spark what do you think about it.
    And if you want to contribute, just email Spark and tell what do you want to contribute (it could be writing, review, photograph, literally everything that you want to share).
    Thank you very much.

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  3. oh my gosh, I love your nails! You should do a DIY on that too!


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    xo

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  4. so awesome! love the retro look :) these would be great for my apt. thanks doll! xx

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  5. i'd never even thought of this! what an amazing idea :)

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  6. Bookmarking this for a summer craft. What a brilliant..and quite darling idea. Goodness, I could go for some lemonade right now:)

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  7. Anna, I'm honestly not sure if they're dishwasher safe! I followed directions from a Martha Stewart craft idea, and it didn't say. But I would stick to hand washing, just to be on the safe side.
    Or you could do a test one!

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  8. Wow, looks great! Love your nails, too!

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  9. this is amazing! thank you for sharing :)

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