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Acrylic enamel paints
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Make sure you wash and thoroughly dry your wine glasses first. And then start to paint! And because you’re painting on glass if you make mistake you can simply wipe it away with a paper towel. Decorate your glass any way you like or check out some inspiration below.
Then let it set. You can do this either by leaving it for 21 days or by putting them in a cold oven and then turning it to 180 degrees and leaving it for half an hour. Make sure you let the glasses cool afterwards.
And you’re done! If you give this a go tag us on Instagram or Facebook so we can have a look at your work.
100g bicarbonate of Sofa
50g of citric acid
2 tbsp of oil (any oil, but coconut is a personal recommendation)
¼ teaspoon of essential oil, whatever oil you like! Try lavender or chamomile if you’re not sure.
A few drops of liquid food colouring, whatever you fancy
A bath bomb mould. (You can use anything flexible for this such as silicone ice cube trays or yoghurt pots.)
Put the bicarbonate of soda, citric acid and cornflour into a bowl and whisk.
In a separate small bowl/container mix the essential oil and food colouring together well. Then slowly add it to the mixture a little at a time, mixing continuously. Add a few drops of water and mix it quickly (as it will fizz when you add this). You want the mixture to clump together and hold in place when you squeeze it so don’t add too much.
If you want to decorate your bath bomb at this stage, you can glitter or petals or orange peel into the mould before you fill it.
Pack your mixture tightly into the mould and leave for 2-4 hours.
A clear container. (Some ideas include old jam jars or glasses)
Things to put inside. Some ideas include coffee beans, marbles, gems, popcorn kernels, stones, acorns.
Simply fill it up! Chose a colour scheme or maybe think about scents. You could even add some fairy lights to the outside of the container, or the inside before you fill it up and double it up as a light. When you’ve filled it you can push your pencils or makeup brushes into it or place a tea light on it for a table centrepiece.