There are three steps: primer, color and protectant glaze. Three little bottles, some brushes, and glasses and poof you have everything you need for wine glass painting :) The wine glasses I get are inexpensive glasses. I have painted all sizes, red, white, stemless. I have found that Pier 1 of all places has affordable wine glasses. One glass is only like $2!!! Painted wine glasses in stores go for $20 and up!!
So the glass I painted I got the idea for it on Pinterst and just went for it. I wouldn't consider it my best glass but I still like it :) Its the Miss America of wine glasses...The Miss Wine Glass!!! Drum roll please...............................Here she is
All I had to do was wrap the letter in the twine/yarn (which honestly is the hardest and most time consuming part) and then I just decorated it with ribbon that I had in my craft box :) I had fun with it and decorated it with hearts and a bow. Now she can hang this letter on the wall or on a door knob and it will make the perfect new decoration for her room.
Be on the lookout for more craft updates. I took a trip to Michael's the other day and stocked up on new supplies for new projects. Side note: I have an app on my phone called GeoQpons which gives me tons of electronic coupons to tons of different stores. The cashier just scans your phone...how cool is that!!!! Michael's always has tons of different coupons on there to choose form which makes shopping there even more enjoyable :) Now I just have to find and set aside time to get my craft on :) (This shouldn't be too hard to do hahaha)