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DIY Chevron Glasses

DIY: Missoni-Inspired Chevron Glasses

Here's a post from CasaSugar Community member Seefree from the Su Casa group:

I'll admit, I was one of the masses who charged Target's website the day Missoni was released, or crashed it is more accurate! I was excited by the chevron glasses, but ended up disappointed by how small they were once they arrived on my doorstep. So I did what any good DIY blogger does....made my own!

A set of inexpensive drinking glasses, painters tape (or contact paper) and Frosted Glass spray is all you need.

After painstakingly taping off the glasses with my zig-zag pattern (contact paper would be much easier to cut than painter's tape!), I gave them three light coats of Frosted Glass spray.

Keep reading for the full tutorial!

Make sure you tape off the actual drinking area too, since paint isn't food-safe. I think mine could give Missoni a run for their money...what do you think?

For the full tutorial, along with lessons I learned the hard way, check out Hi Sugarplum!


Be sure to post your own home decorating projects in the Su Casa group!

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lauren lauren 4 years
Thanks seefree, can't wait to try it and thanks for the tips!
seefree seefree 4 years
Thanks Lauren! Cutting the painters tape was the most time-consuming part. If you used contact paper, or some other material you could cut before peeling off the sticky side, it'd be MUCH faster. For a single vase, probably 30mins to an hour to cut, then about 5 mins to spray (I didn't wait long between coats), and a day to cure. Also, if your vase is tapered, you'll have to adjust your chevron as you make your way around so the two ends will meet. Hope this helps!
lauren lauren 4 years
Simply amazing! Yours look so great! Out of curiosity how long did it take you? I want to maybe try this out on a vase, can't wait!
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