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This is a very easy and simple way to customize and glassware! We made these for our Steeler's fan neighbors and they turned out really cool.

Custom Tumblers Tutorial with Glass Paint

This little tutorial is a fun way to personalize plain old glass tumblers or glasses. You can buy glass cups from the Dollar Store or I grabbed these on clearance at Home Goods! We have a neighbor who is a Steelers friend who is always so kind to bring us food randomly and I felt like I needed to pay him back somehow.

Deco Art has the coolest paint for glass. I got some gold and frosty black to make this cool effect. I love that from the top you see a different color from the bottom! You can use any assortment of colors you’d like. Steelers happen to be gold and black which is also just a good color combo!

This is a very easy and simple way to customize and glassware! We made these for our Steeler's fan neighbors and they turned out really cool.

What I used to Create my Custom Tumblers

DecoArt Americana Frost Gloss Enamel Paint, 2-Ounce, BlackCheck PriceBrand New Americana Gloss Enamels Frost Acrylic Paint 2oz-Gold Brand NewCheck PriceBormioli Rocco Bodega Tumbler Medium Glasses - 12 Ounce, Set of 12Check Price3 Sets Round Stencil Sponge Wooden Handle Foam Brush Furniture Art Crafts Painting Tool SuppliesCheck Price

After this color dries, add your second color. You of course don’t have to do a second color if you want to but I think it looks super cool!

This is a very easy and simple way to customize and glassware! We made these for our Steeler's fan neighbors and they turned out really cool.

I have seen glassware like this at Anthropolgie for way more than a dollar! This way you can customize them and have a super cool look for a fraction of the price. Put these tumblers on some DIY coasters while you’re crafting! These cement coasters are one of my favorite projects to date.

Have you ever used Deco Art glass paint? I want to do more projects with it! 

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