Tips: Protect your work surface. Always allow paint and adhesives to dry completely before moving to the next step.
Place a wide rubber band around the wine glass. Turn the glass over onto the work surface. Press a ruler against the glass and slide the band down to meet it. Work around the entire glass to position the band evenly from the rim.
Place loose rubber bands on the work surface to keep the glass from rolling while you work. Wrap the top edge of the glass with Frog Tape aligning the tape edge against the rubber band. Press down the edges to seal them securely and avoid gaps.
Slide the band down the glass. Position it unevenly on the container creating a wavy line.
Add more bands the same way. Alternate the thickness of the bands, the wave, and the spacing between each.
Fill a paint cup and begin airbrushing the glass. Do not accidentally move any of the bands in the process.
Paint the blank areas until completely covered, including the glass bottom.
Pour a bit of the white paint into a small container. Dip an old toothbrush with soft bristles into the paint. Blot it lightly on paper towels.
With a gloved hand, drag across the bristles with your thumb, splattering white paint over the orange. Allow paint to dry.
With two fingers, hold both sides of each band firmly against the glass. To remove a band, press a craft knife into it to slice it. Control the band with our fingers. Do not allow it to snap or stretch across any of the paint.
Allow the paint to set for 24 hours then protect the paint by spraying the project with Glosscote. Follow the directions on the can.
With scissors, cut a DVD into irregular shaped pieces. Use caution as cut edges can be sharp.
With a toothpick apply E6000 to the backside of the pieces and press them mirror side out, to the glass in a random pattern.
Apply E6000 to the center of the mirror side of a second DVD and center the wine glass over it. Allow the glue to set.
Fill the glass with water to the first orange line at the top. Set a floating candle in the water.
Project designed and created by Gloria Uhler at Domestic-Divaonline.com for Testor’s Corp.