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  • Hello & Help please!

    OK i will try this again as the last post doesnt appear to have gone on!

    I am looking to make some glasses for a friends hen part, I have never done this before so it may all go wrong! the design i have seen is below and i am not sure if there is anything available that I can 'print' to then adhere to the glass? I thought about that as it seems to have a frosted square where the writing is.

    If that is not possible could you please let me know the best type/place for some glass pens/paints so that i can do a similar design?

    Many thanks

    Paula
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    Hi, I can't help I'm afraid, but just wondered are you making the glasses yourself or are you after the decoration decal things to decorate glasses you have already?
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    • #3
      hi - i'll buy some plain glasses and want to decorate them with name/date picture x x

      thanks

      P x

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      • #4
        Hi Paula,

        You could try etching the area on the glasses where you want to decorate . . or just use glass paint straight onto the glasses.

        This site sells Pebeo glass paints . . one of the types they sell . . Vitrea 160 . . can be baked on in an ordinary domestic oven and after baking they're food safe and dishwasher safe . . they're water based and come in a gloss version or a frosted version of the colours . . . http://www.paintforglass.co.uk/

        I've used the bake on ones in the past to decorate glass light shades and to add a little extra to my glass art work. They're easy to use . . you can paint them on with artists brushes . . and I've airbrushed them too . . using stencils!

        Hope this helps
        Gloria

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        • #5
          thanks! x x x

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