Friday, June 1, 2012

Easy Anthropologie Confetti Tumblers

UPDATE TO THIS POST-
Thank you all so much for such amazing feedback and for helping this project circulate all over the internet! My cups have held up pretty well due to not being used too often (they are currently just holding bobby pins in my bathroom) but several readers said after a little wear and tear, the paint comes off. Other readers have found that using paint specifically for glass leads to a much longer life! In the comments, readers have specifically stated that Martha Stewart Paints and DecoArt paints have lasted the best. I have used both, and love them both! The process of making them will remain the same, but these products should help prolong the life of your glassware. xo, z


Here's the thing about Anthropologie; everything is gorgeous. But buying one thing means Visa ain't getting paid and my landlord is going to be getting an awkward "So, here's the deal..." call. So I am unabashedly going to rip them off from time to time.


The other day I saw these tumblers there, that were super cute and kind go along with this confetti thing I've been digging. However, $30? For cups? Bitch, please.


Let the knockoff begin! I picked up these glasses from the thrift store at the end of my street (the real reason I picked this apartment, to be honest), though I have seen very similar ones at Dollar Tree, if you've got those in your neck of the woods. Similar ones are reasonably priced on Amazon as well.


The internet taught me that I can use acrylic paint on glass as long as I seal it afterwards, so thats what we are going to do here. I used acrylics from Blick that I already had, but any you have lying around will work! When in doubt, I always default to the $2 set of Crayola paints. Don't judge, those babies have taken me far.



In true knockoff fashion, I did one rainbow confetti, and one each of red and blue. Its fairly simple, but I do like how it brings a little bit of color to my bar cart.


So there you have it. Simple way to create glasses for summer barbecues, livening up your bar cart, whatever you need. And at $2 for the set, you can pocket that extra $28 and buy yourself some drinks to actually fill them with.  If anyone would just like to purchase the set I've made here, I'll be selling them out of a trunk in Chinatown.

Also, check out one of our favorites, Offbeat Home, for a guest post from yours truly. Thanks so much for the opportunity, Offbeat Home! 

xo,

PPS: If you want more content in between r/p posts, follow my personal blog at mariahcareyfanclub.tumblr.com

174 comments:

  1. Great knock off. What did you use to seal them?

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    1. haha okay, so this is where i admit that sometimes i sidestep.

      The best sealer thats widely available is - http://www.rexart.com/liquitex_acrylic_varnishes.html

      but I didnt need that much! So i used a nail polish topcoat meant for acrylic nails, thinking, hey, its not that different, right? I'll report back on the durability! For this reason, though, I played it safe and kept any paint and varnish away from the lip.

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    2. if you used nail polish topcoat, would nail polish work for the color too?

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    3. An even better option is to buy the Martha Stewart Glass Paint line, and to cure them in the oven. On this link there are directions for how to do it, and it makes it dishwasher safe and no need for a sealer. Find curing directions in the comments section. It only takes 30 minutes!
      http://thecraftsdept.marthastewart.com/2012/09/our-new-martha-stewart-glass-paint-line.html

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    4. i think the way u talk on ur posts i should be removed...with the bitch please and all of that...and ur condensending manner is NOT like by alot of people either...anyone can look at u and tell ur not that hot ok

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    5. I saw wine glasses done on another post. Bought some from the dollar store to experiment. What I have found is that you can't just paint them and that be it. We are still a work in progress but what we have learned is that if you use acrylic paint you need to bake it at 350 for 30 minutes to set the paint. Also for the best circle or dot use a pencil eraser. Then we also learned that those hole reinforcements that you use in notebooks when your page tears out makes the perfect circle and you can use a gel medium to set the paint before baking. Our Wine glasses are beautiful!!! Good luck!!

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    6. Hi,

      Has anyone tried baking the glasses successfully? I'm worried they would break from the heat. I thought only Pyrex glassware was oven tolerant. Any info would be great! Thnx.

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    7. I recently did this with dollar tree wine glass and normal acrylic paint. They turned out wonderfully. I used them as a silent auction item and people loved them and were surprised I made them.

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    8. I made these with Dollar Tree wine glass and cured them in the oven. I auctioned for a charity silent auction and people loved them.

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  2. How did you seal them?

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    1. haha okay, so this is where i admit that sometimes i sidestep.

      The best sealer thats widely available is - http://www.rexart.com/liquitex_acrylic_varnishes.html

      but I didnt need that much! So i used a nail polish topcoat meant for acrylic nails, thinking, hey, its not that different, right? I'll report back on the durability! For this reason, though, I played it safe and kept any paint and varnish away from the lip.

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    2. i am so making them, thank you!

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  3. I love your sense of humor (and sarcasm). And for the record, your glasses look better than Antrho's! Your colorful one seriously looks like confetti!

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    1. I agree...yours are cuter!

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    2. I agree too. Better shape and colour distribution. No contest.

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    3. Yours are definitely nicer looking. I think it's the shape of the glasses you chose. Love the commentary, and I'm totally making these!

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  4. meg, these are awesome!! i need tumblers really badly so i have a perfect excuse to try it!

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  5. Okay, that's ridiculously cute. I need to get on this one asap.

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  6. This is awesome! I saw those on their website and loved them.

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    1. I know, they are such beaaautiful cups, if only I weren't so cheap :)

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    2. If wasn't for your being cheap you probably may not have been as creative as you are and i love those glasses and i'm definitely trying them!

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  7. Love this! You could do custom colors for any holiday or party! Job well done.

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  8. whaaat!? i like these BETTER than anthro!! amazin'.

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  9. So cute! I like the tumblers that you made more than the ones from Anthro!

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  10. yay! love. i just wish this didn't sit in my brain's to-do list til i gradually forgot about it. :(

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    1. haha no kidding. god bless pinterest.

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  11. Just found you via Pinterest. Great tutorial! I saw these fabulous glasses at Anthropologie this weekend and sighed when I looked at the price. Thanks for making it obtainable!

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    1. hey emily!! glad you found your way over here!! :)

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  12. Way cuter than the $30 glasses!

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  13. http://www.anthropologie.com/anthro/product/home-tabletop-glassware/24398216.jsp

    Looks like they are only $10 on the website.

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    1. yes, at $10 each, that would be $30.

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    2. yep, they are $10 each, $30 for the set! not as outlandish as some anthro prices, but i just love trying to do cheaper options!

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  14. Love this!!!! Thanks

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    1. sure thing! let me know if you try them! :)

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  15. Great job! I am going to try it. I doubt they will look as good as yours but... I will still try.

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    1. no, they totally will! it was so easy!

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  16. I like your version better! So fabulous!

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  17. Where did you get the top coat you use to seal? Did you cover the whole tumbler or just over the dots? Last question (sorry :) ) is there any type of spray on sealer?

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    1. I got the topcoat on amazon, and i only used it over the dots. I havent found a spray sealer, but omg if you do, come back and tell me IMMEDIATELY! :)

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    2. I was at hobby lobby today and found a spray paint sealer! I haven't tried it yet but I will be soon

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    3. Mod podge makes a spray on topcoat acrylic sealant, I know this because I just made these yesterday!

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    4. I made salt and pepper shakers using this method. I used a clear coat from hobby lobby that was in the model car section. It's called "model master, custom lacquer system, ultra gloss clear coat" I'm not sure if it is food.safe, but its on the outside.... I painted a part of the glass white with the s and p on them and I think think I put the gloss coat on too thickand it turned a little yellow. otherwise I love them!

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  18. These are gorgeous! Agreed anthro is awesome but too expensive. And I love creating anything on my own. Might have to try thi out.

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    1. you totally should, it was so easy!

      Thank you!

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  19. Love LOVE LOVE! Also, Hi, new reader here :)

    xomando

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    1. hi mandy, thanks for coming by!!!

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  20. so... read what you used as a top coat...brilliant! did the acrylic nail polish work???

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  21. Adorable! Love them better than anthro! I'm so making these.....maybe some inexpensive wine glasses I have :)

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  22. Yours look way better! The cup shape you used is also nicer, IMO. How did the acrylic polish hold up?

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    1. thanks!! so far the acrylic polish has held up like a champ, though i do wash gently :)

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  23. Zandi, you are smart and super funny.

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  24. These are super cute! I cannot wait to try and make these. How many different shades of blue did you use to make the blue tumbler?

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  25. Martha Stewart has a new line of craft paints out now that are for glass. You just paint and then bake at a low temp in the oven. No sealant required and they are dishwasher safe afterwards!

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  26. LOVE YOUR GLASSES! I am going to try these!

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  27. Awesome idea! When I was in elementary school my mom got glass paint and I would paint mugs for my teachers. You just bake it to seal it so no worries about finding an effective sealant.

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    1. What do u bake it at & for how long

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    2. Bake at 250 for an hour, let them cool in the oven. Just plain acrylic paint works, the baking seals.

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  28. Maybe my computer didn't show it, but how did you paint them? What did you use? Just curious?

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  29. These are cute, for sure, and I plan to do something similar.
    Also, if you use the new Martha Stewart craft paints (from Jo-Ann Fabrics), if you let them cure for a few weeks, they're non-toxic AND top-rack dishwasher safe, so you wouldn't have to use any sealers or anything at all.
    You can also use the end of the brush handle to do the dots to get a nice round shape more easily.

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    1. Q-tips also work well for the nice round shape! :)

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  30. Hi! I saw your cute tumblers on Pinterest and am sharing them today on Friday Finds. Thanks!

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  31. How did you get the clear polish on the glass with that little brush? With no brush marks???? And how many bottles did it take?
    Thanks!

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  32. Love this and your Bitch,please comment had me laughing so hard. When you have limited funds I find myself uttering those same words. Great tutorial!

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  33. No you didn't say "bitch please"...laughing out loud.

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  34. You can also seal them by placing them in a cold oven and turning the heat to 350, let them sit 30min, then turn off heat and let them cool. Just sayin in case u want to eliminate redoting all ur dots;)

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    1. haha i wish i had all you guys around when i first did this, so many helpful tips! thank you!!!

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  35. Would you mind, ever so, posting the brand and names of the colors you used? I'm an OCD freak when it comes to paint colors. I'm afraid I'll get them all wrong and they'll come out looking like a preschool project. Thanks!

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  36. A C Moore sells several spray on sealers!!!

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  37. I love this idea, but am thinking what an awesome Christmas ornament! I always make some to give away, and I just found my gifts for next year-thanks!

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  38. I love it!! It's so cute!!

    Thanks for the tutorial :)

    xxx

    Clara

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  39. Hi,

    Love the idea. do you think spray varnish or stuff like that would work? have you used the dishwasher on these? i am rather a lazy gal, lol.

    www.thejewelrylady.org

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  40. I love, love, love these glasses! I can't wait to make some for gifts! I am confused about the sealant though. Do you coat the entire glass in the sealant or just what you painted? If it is just what you painted, does it leave a ridge above the point you paint? And does the sealant require just air drying? Thanks for sharing!

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  41. How does washing work? Are they safe to put in the dish washer? I think I'd just stick to hand washing.

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  42. When do you apply the sealant? After baking the paint? Do you have to rebake them after applying sealant? Thanks! Great tutorial!

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  43. oh my gee hese are so cute!! totally going to try this. i bet they would look adorable as little vases too.

    kristinadoestheinternets.blogspot.com

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  44. I plan on doing this with votive holders for my wedding centerpieces

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  45. I'm so excited to try these and I found four o the exact same shaped glasses at Walmart for $1.88! So freaking excited! Can't wait to see how they come out, yours are gorgeous

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  46. I made these and they're SO CUTE! Thanks so much for the idea!

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  47. I'm feeling soooo crafty....thanks for the inspiration!!!

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  48. For real durability use Folk Art brand acrylic enamels in a large array of colors...baking instructions on the bottle ! I use these to paint "Lolita" type wine glasses! Handwash glasses ...real durable!

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  49. Just found you via Pinterest, and I'm so excited to try this project! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  50. OH LA LA! Just saw amazing margarita glasses at crate & barrel yesterday that I was in the verge of buying, but this will save me $20! Hello better tequila! Thanks for sharing, über excited to try!

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  51. Brilliant! How long before Anthropologie is stealing from you?

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  52. Your glasses look a lot prettier, IMHO. I love rounded glassware. Reminds me of my childhood...

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  53. You inspired me to make my own - and I linked up to you!

    (I think yours turned out better, but I had fun in the process!)

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  54. I'm totally thinking "candle votive"! I have a handful of clear, blank slates to work with & this would be great!! Thanks for the idea!

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  55. Do not hold up well in water.

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  56. Thanks so much for sharing your tutorial. You inspired me to make my own!

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  57. I are going to make 4 of them. I love your blue one!

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  58. I'm thinking.....nail enamel nail polish using the stick end of a paint brush......no sealer would be needed ....hmmmmmmm
    Judy

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  59. Sooo Cute!! I'm gonna do them in red and black for a UGA fan!! GO DAWGS!!

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  60. Do have a youtube video on this

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  61. Do you think you can use poster paint and seal it with the nail polish top coat? Or would the acrylic work better? Have you run your cups through the dishwasher. How long have they lasted so far. Thanks for the tutorial! I love it!

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  62. What is the difference between a regular top coat and an acrylic top coat? Are they the same?

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  63. love the idea and will try it as gifts but as a votive.

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  64. Oh my gosh! I was laughing so hard on your commentary of Anthro!! Every time I look at their prices I think the same thing! Love your glasses & am doing them for a party! Thanks much

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  65. Very nice work! Looks tedious, but worth the effort. I'll have to make these! It's a great gift for those friends who have everything.

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  66. Um.... to be honest with you... I like yours BETTER! I really mean it! COOL!

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  67. LMAO @ bitch please! This is my first time visiting and I'm def checking everything else out. hilarity!

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  68. OK I made them with votive holders, nail polish using the wooden top of different size paint brushes and sealed them with modpodge gloss......will turn them into candles for gifts. They came out AWESOME especially with the different shades of nailpolish and the 'frosted' ones. Thanks for the idea! I might try bud vases...and wine glasses....and empty jars I also use to make candles, and put home made gifts in them, or pencil holders....the ideas are endless!
    Judy

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  69. I tried using acrylic paint and Krylon sealer and when my water started to condensate, the paint came off :( maybe I will try Martha Stewarts glass paint and bake them next time!

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  70. I used acrylic paint & acrylic sealant from hobby lobby. I covered the entire large heavy tumbler.. when I put them in the dishwasher, all the paint came off. :( Any idea why? I allowed them 24 hrs to dry.

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  71. As an art teacher here - this is a great idea! I wouldn't use nail polish though. It's too thick. you need to use thinner paint and layer it. Paint of course on the outside of the glass. Be sure your glass is EXTRA clean and dry. Take your time and do all four glasses at once. It's quicker. As one is drying, you can do the next one. Layer the colors and overlap.
    As for paints - lots of good suggestions here. The folk art enamels would probably be my first choice even though I have tons of acrylics here in my studio. The latex varnish suggestd would work as a sealant too. Liked the oven idea for setting the paint too.
    Do NOT put these in dishwasher and do not let them soak in the sink. Wash with hot water, by hand, of course.
    Colors: look around your house - what are the predominant three colors? Use those to see how they look. Analagous colors - those next to ea. other on the color wheel are nice too. yellow, yellow-green and green for instance. Loved the confetti idea too - use just four colors: red, yellow, blue, green. I also think a black, white and gray (as in 50 shades of??) would work nicely too.
    Have fun! What a great project and affordable too. Thank you!

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  72. For the tumbler glass confetti cups do you put something over the acrylic paint to protect it?

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  73. i loved these so much i designed a party based on them :) check it out:
    http://bethkruse.blogspot.com/

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  74. I think I'm going to make a bunch of these for a fundraiser silent auction we're doing and put candles in them so I don't have to worry about paint coming off of people's tumblers. :)

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  75. These are amazing! Gonna give this a try for sure.

    P.S. I love that you chose your to live right next to a thrift store... perfect choice ;)

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  76. Hahaha - bitch, please. I piddled. And you rock! Positively lovely!

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  77. Love these! and google painting on glass, it gives instructions on baking the glass after painting and sealing to make it last longer. (can't remember off the top of my head) but I did it to a flower vase and it has lasted through a LOT of washings! Heading to the dollar store this week to try these glasses!!

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  78. I totally made these to use as candle holders! They're way too cute and so easy! Linked to your blog on mine-- www.usafpilotswife.blogspot.com

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  79. I made some wine glasses with this and it looks so cute!! I loved this idea thanks so much

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  80. Could I use modgepodge as the sealant?

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  81. Wipe glass with rubbing alcohol first. Really cleans it and allows paint to stick. Use glass paint & glass sealer from the hobby store. I get it at Hobby Lobby. If no glass sealer use spray acrylic sealer. Give it a couple coats. It dries smooth (no ripple effect like the painted-on sealer). Hand wash - no dishwasher.

    Wal-Mart has clear dishes (I think 6-8 in a box) that are really cheap. Paint the side your dont's eat from. The longer you can let these crafts sit before using, the stronger the paint seems to be. Don't know why.

    Use acrylic paint instead of glaze on bisque (clay that's been fired once) and spray with clear acrylic. Get some bisque tiles. Great for coasters. Hope these tips work for you. They've been great for me.

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  82. Love this idea-what an awesome gift for the holidays! I love crafts I can get into after my son goes to bed and this definitely fits the bill.

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  83. Love this too ~ Can't wait to give it a try! Yep the dollar store has lots of clear glass to paint... from wine glasses, dishes, Pitchers,candle holders and small square mirrors.

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  84. "The other day I saw these tumblers there, that were super cute and kind go along with this confetti thing I've been digging. However, $30? For cups? Bitch, please."


    You may just be my soul sister... and the cups are adorbs :)

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  85. Just bought two wine glasses, a glass candle holder and four tumblers at the thrift store for $4..hand made Christmas gifts here I come!

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  86. hey! so i saw you used topcoat to seal it.
    how's it lasting?

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  87. These are soooo awesome!!!!! Can't wait to try it on all types of glassware :-) Just hope I can make it look half as cute as yours!

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  89. Just finished making a set of four glasses for my mom-in-law. I made one of each in shades of blue, green, yellow, & red. They look great! I used americana gloss enamels. Now I've gotta let them dry for two days, bake them, and then wash them to make sure they sealed properly.

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  90. This inspired me to make confetti sake cups at one of those paint your own pottery classes, so thank you! http://threlkelded.wordpress.com/2012/12/24/hand-painted-sake-cups/ :)

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  91. You my dear, are simply precious!

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  92. Just did these the other day with the linked Martha Stewart Satin paints and they didn't come out quite as planned. The paint is dull and looks like my 2 year old did it. I'm really bummed.

    MS has glossy paints. Does anyone recommend those instead? Anyone want to purchase my satin paints from me :(

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  93. HI - thanks so much for posting this idea.
    It's truly whimsical and I am therefore going go knock-off from your idea too!!

    I use FolkArt ENAMEL Paint and I seal them by baking them in the oven. put your finished glasses in a COLD oven, turn temp to 350 and bake them for 30 mins. LEAVE THEM IN THE OVEN until the oven is COLD again then take them out. this seals them perfectly
    The more time goes by, the harder the paint gets onto the glass.
    Paula

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  94. Love these! Going to maybe try them to use with tealight candles inside. (I think the ones with the clear cups will work best).

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  95. I used nail polish instead of paint and trying to seal it.....I'll hand wash........

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  96. Bridal shower favors w/ heart shaped candy inside?? What do you think???

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  97. Bridal shower favors with heart shaped candy inside.... what do you think???

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  98. These are really pretty! I making some....and you are too cute!

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  99. Honestly, yours are more beautiful than the ones from Anthropologie. But seriously, their stuff is beautiful but definitely expensive!

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  100. LOVE this project so much that it became the inspiration for my project - I made confetti shot glasses. I'd love for you to check it out out and thank you so much for such gorgeous inspiration!

    -Mel the Crafty Scientist

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  101. These are adorbs, can't wait to gift them! BTW, I love how most comments stay positive and you [z & followers] totally don't engage negative comments. Very classy and refreshing!

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  102. These are adorbs, can't wait to gift them! BTW, I love how most comments stay positive and you [z & followers] totally don't engage negative comments. Very classy and refreshing!

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  103. These are adorbs, can't wait to gift them! BTW, I love how most comments stay positive and you [z & followers] totally don't engage negative comments. Very classy and refreshing!

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  104. I actually bought several confetti glasses (tumbler shape, but full height) at a dollar store about 15 years ago. I still have 3 that escaped breaking and I guard them like gold. Wish I'd bought more of them when I had the chance.

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  105. I'm absolutely smitten over these. They are so colorful and fun! I featured them in my Handmade Gift Ideas! http://www.throughtheeyesofthemrs.com/2013/11/30-handmade-gift-ideas.html

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  106. Inspired. I'm making some wine glasses for Christmas!!

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  107. How do you wash them? I want to make these as a gift, but I'm not sure how to wash them?

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  108. Hiya! I found these on Pinterest with your other apolothy things. I just want to ask a few things . . .
    1. What is Apolothy? Is it a shop? I am guessing you're American (I really hope that doesn't sound stereotypical!) x I'm from Bristol (England) so I don't understand most of this! I'm also a kid so that probably doesn't help either . . .
    2. I don't have a dish washer so when I wash it would the paint come off?
    3. I've read a lot of these comments saying that you need to put them in the oven to set but would that damage them?
    4. Is a thrift shop a charity shop? If so could I find glasses in a charity shop?

    I'm sorry if I wrote too much and I understand that you made this post a,few years ago! When I try to make stuff I usually miss simple things out so I try to make sure I have as much information that I can use so I don't muck it up!

    Please reply! x

    MorganRuby x

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  109. Hiya! I found these on Pinterest with your other apolothy things. I just want to ask a few things . . .
    1. What is Apolothy? Is it a shop? I am guessing you're American (I really hope that doesn't sound stereotypical!) x I'm from Bristol (England) so I don't understand most of this! I'm also a kid so that probably doesn't help either . . .
    2. I don't have a dish washer so when I wash it would the paint come off?
    3. I've read a lot of these comments saying that you need to put them in the oven to set but would that damage them?
    4. Is a thrift shop a charity shop? If so could I find glasses in a charity shop?

    I'm sorry if I wrote too much and I understand that you made this post a,few years ago! When I try to make stuff I usually miss simple things out so I try to make sure I have as much information that I can use so I don't muck it up!

    Please reply! x

    MorganRuby x

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  110. Hiya! I found these on Pinterest with your other apolothy things. I just want to ask a few things . . .
    1. What is Apolothy? Is it a shop? I am guessing you're American (I really hope that doesn't sound stereotypical!) x I'm from Bristol (England) so I don't understand most of this! I'm also a kid so that probably doesn't help either . . .
    2. I don't have a dish washer so when I wash it would the paint come off?
    3. I've read a lot of these comments saying that you need to put them in the oven to set but would that damage them?
    4. Is a thrift shop a charity shop? If so could I find glasses in a charity shop?

    I'm sorry if I wrote too much and I understand that you made this post a,few years ago! When I try to make stuff I usually miss simple things out so I try to make sure I have as much information that I can use so I don't muck it up!

    Please reply! x

    MorganRuby x

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  111. Hiya! I found these on Pinterest with your other apolothy things. I just want to ask a few things . . .
    1. What is Apolothy? Is it a shop? I am guessing you're American (I really hope that doesn't sound stereotypical!) x I'm from Bristol (England) so I don't understand most of this! I'm also a kid so that probably doesn't help either . . .
    2. I don't have a dish washer so when I wash it would the paint come off?
    3. I've read a lot of these comments saying that you need to put them in the oven to set but would that damage them?
    4. Is a thrift shop a charity shop? If so could I find glasses in a charity shop?

    I'm sorry if I wrote too much and I understand that you made this post a,few years ago! When I try to make stuff I usually miss simple things out so I try to make sure I have as much information that I can use so I don't muck it up!

    Please reply! x

    MorganRuby x

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  112. BTW I meant Anthro not Apolothy!

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