Why Everyone's Freaking Out Over Rustoleum's Glass Marker This Week

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Material of the Week: Rustoleum Temporary Glass Marker!

The Rustoleum Temporary Glass Marker just hit the top of our must-have materials list this week! The glass marker is easy to use and if you make a mistake, you can wipe it away with a damp cloth. It totally takes the guesswork out of any painted calligraphy!

Want to try Rustoleum Temporary Glass Marker? You can get your own marker right here.
Find 2 amazing ways to rock this glass marker in your home below. Buy a marker and get ready to fill your home with charming messages in minutes!
Project 1—Window Pane Fall Art

For this beautiful DIY home decor, check out blogger and hometalker Melissa Woods' awesome video tutorial.

To make this project, grab a Rustoleum Glass Marker here. You’ll also need a window (an antique works great) and some of your favorite photos.

Step 1: Prepare your window pane; thoroughly clean, sand and paint.

Step 2: With a dry erase marker, pen your favorite quote or saying.
Step 3: Flip the window over and using your Rustoleum Glass Marker, trace your quote from the other side.
Step 4: When it’s dry, wipe away the dry erase marker from the front of the glass.
Step 5: Hang and enjoy or share as a great keepsake gift!

Step 6: [Optional] Using an adhesive, stick pictures inside the pane as well, to add a collage to your charming sign.

You can see a more detailed tutorial for this project  here.

Don’t put away your Glass Marker yet! We’ve got more DIY projects you won’t want to miss.
Project 2—Burlap Window Welcome Sign

For this window sign, you’ll need any old window or picture frame with glass, some burlap, a staple gun, and our Hometalk material of the week: the Rustoleum Glass Marker
Step 1: Lay your frame out on the burlap, and cut the burlap to size. Staple the burlap to the back of the frame. Remove any extra burlap.
Step 2: Flip the frame over and grab your Rustoleum Glass Marker, and write whatever message you wish to feature on your window sign.
The best part about this project is the freedom you have with your wording. Welcome your friends or inspire your family; either way, they’ll love this DIY project!

You can see a more detailed tutorial for this project  here.

We want to help you DIY, so some of the materials in this post are linked to sellers. Just so you know, Hometalk may collect a small share of sales from the links on this page.
Suggested materials:
  • Rustoleum Temporary Glass Marker   (Amazon)
  • Window   (thrift store)
Frequently asked questions
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  • Jody Harris Jody Harris on Nov 14, 2017

    Anyone out there have an idea on what you could spray on the lettering to seal it?

  • Alane Golden Alane Golden on Dec 27, 2017

    Is it weather proof it won't come off from rain,snow and even dew or heat from sun?

  • San29031046 San29031046 on Jan 10, 2018

    what kind of marker is the purple marker that you used ?

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