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Frosted glass
Step-by-step plan

Frosted glass

Frosted glass is usually produced by sandblasting or acid etching clear glass, but did you know you can achieve the same stylish effect using paint? In this video we show you how you can create a frosted effect on glass without damaging it using Talens Art Creation Glass & Porcelain transparent paint in Frost.

Apply it with a sponge or brush depending on the effect you are looking for. Try out different thicknesses for the layers to build up to the desired frosted effect. Have fun trying this at home and adding an interesting piece to your home décor!

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About Talens Art Creation Glass & Porcelain Transparent

A transparent paint for use on glass, porcelain and ceramics. The transparent character of the paint is particularly visible on glass, but the combination of transparent and opaque can also create some attractive effects on porcelain or ceramics. With the transparent paint, you can, for example, create sponge effects. Make sure the surface is clean, dry and grease-free. Apply the paint using a sponge or flat brush, or use sticks to create dots. Clean with warm water. Let the paint dry for 30 minutes and then fix the work in a kitchen oven. Put the painted object in the cold oven. Heat the oven to 160 °C. Bake the object for 45 min. once the oven is heated. Washable by hand after baking. For decoration purposes only.

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Metallic glass design

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Dotted design on mugs

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Colourful mug design

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