Decorate your glasses with a pretty frosted design. it’s quick and easy to do, and you can remove it again.
1 Cut a strip of contact plastic and use a craft punch with the shape of your choice to punch out a design from the plastic. Press down on the punch with a firm, rapid movement to obtain a crisp edge.
2 Stick masking tape over all the parts of the glass that must stay clear. Also stick a strip around the lip of the glass and cover the open section. Make sure that the parts that you want to frost are absolutely clean.
3 Stick the punched-out shapes onto the glass. Work on a piece of newspaper and spray a very light, even coating of glass frosting over the glass. Leave to dry and then spray another light coat, if necessary.
4 Leave to dry completely – this will take 15 to 30 minutes – before carefully removing the plastic shapes and the masking tape. Leave to stand for another hour or so before wiping with a soft, damp cloth.
• Use the strip of contact plastic from which you punched out the shapes to create a reverse effect.
• You can remove the glass frosting with thinners.
• Cut letters from the contact plastic and spray on frosted words.
• You can also try this effect on the inside of windows, on mirrors or on the outside of a shower door.