Upgrade your normal glassware with this brilliant DIY

Finally, a DIY idea that offers a metallic classy look to tall square drinking glasses. While bright colors and patterns are cute, they aren't appropriate for every occasion or household. These metallic geometric painted glasses have many diverse uses⁠ — they complement table settings during the holidays and may even be used during the sweltering days of summer.
Prior to painting a geometric design on a drinking glass, note that it's essential to have a tall square glass with corners. This project is not appropriate for a cylinder-shaped drinking glass. Experiment with masking tape to create different designs on the glass. Lay two pieces of tape on top of each other to form an "X" design on the corner of a glass. The area below the tape will create the metallic design. Position the tape higher or lower on the glass to alter the look of the design.
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Materials
- 10 to 16 oz. tall square glass
- Masking tape
- Mixing bowl
- Sargent Art liquid metal acrylic paint
- Mod Podge dishwasher-safe gloss
- Popsicle stick
- Paint brush
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Instructions
1. Rip or cut two pieces of masking tape, measuring approximately 5 inches each, from the roll.
2. Place the pieces of tape diagonally, forming an "X" across the corner of the glass.
3. Pour liquid metal acrylic paint into a mixing bowl.
4. Pour Mod Podge dishwasher-safe gloss on top of the paint.
5. Mix the paint and Mod Podge together with a popsicle stick.
6. Dip a paint brush into the mixture. Paint the glass below the masking tape.
7. Allow the paint to dry, then peel off the tape.
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8. Paint additional glasses to make a set of unique geometric metallic glasses.
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