DIY Marbled Glassware With Nail Polish


I am thrilled with the results of my project. I love the look and will be doing a few more pieces this weekend.
This is simple, but smelly. Do this project in a well ventilated area and let it dry for at least 48 hours.
Looking into the glass, you see a beautiful marbled design.
Looking into the glass, you see a beautiful marbled design.
I took the marbling up the side, but it does have a bit of a texture. I may just do the bottoms next.
I took the marbling up the side, but it does have a bit of a texture. I may just do the bottoms next.
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  • Sophia
    on Nov 29, 2016

    did you seal it with something? how do you wash it ? Does it wear off?

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  • Carol
    on Jun 11, 2014

    I used this method on a bowling ball. I dipped the left side of the ball and let dry. Then the other side. If you dip it all at once, you will have no way to put it down to dry without causing pooling. It made a gorgeous unbreakable gazing ball! And it was practically free. Dollar Store nail polish and thrift store ball for $1.

  • Cindy Trobaugh
    on Jul 6, 2014

    Love and Sharing on My Facebook Page ~ Some Where In Time Linens ~

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