There’s nothing I love more than mixing up a nice refreshing skinny cocktail on a Saturday afternoon. The best part about experimenting with unique drink combinations is enjoying the end result in a fancy, fun cocktail glass… Because sometimes the glass you sip from is just as important as the drink itself! I fell in love with a pair of frosted cocktail glasses I came across the other day, so I decided I had to make some for myself using a couple old boring wine glasses I had at home!
DIY Frosted Wine Glasses
Start with two glasses of your choice, I chose to use bubble base wine glasses (which I LOVE drinking cocktails from =) ). Next, you’ll need a small bottle of Deco Art’s Frost Gloss Enamel paint, along with two colors of Deco Art’s Gloss Enamel paint and of course, a small tipped paint brush.
Use a small tipped paint brush to create a design around the rim of your glass. My artist skills are extreamly limited so I painted a simple zig-zag pattern Next, I painted the stem of my wine glass in the same color.
Now that you’ve added a little color and funky design to your glasses, it’s time to frost them! Creating frosted glass is super simple with Deco Art’s Frost Gloss Enamel paints. Simply fill in all the areas you’d like to frost with a light coat of paint. I chose to frost the base and body of my glass…
The only area I didn’t frost was the rim above the painted zig-zag…
Once you’ve got your cocktail glasses looking good, go ahead and bake them in the oven at 275 degrees for 30 minutes. This will make the finish dishwasher safe!