About Glass Painting:
Use air cured paints on glass objects to decorate, customize, and coordinate. There are several types and brands of air cured paints each having its own unique qualities. Most of the paints are top rack dishwasher safe, but we would still recommend you hand wash the glass. The paints should not come in contact with food surfaces as they are not considered food safe. To cure you paints you can us the following instructions for most of the different types of paint:
Wait 24 hours for the paint to dry;
Bake for 40 minutes in a domestic oven at 160-degree c (325-degree f).
-Place the glass in a cold oven.
-Turn on the oven to 325F.
-Bake for 40 minutes
-Turn off the oven.
-Let the glass cool inside the oven.
Warning do not pour water on the hot glass it can explode Let the glass cool to room temperature slowly.
Once baked according to the instructions, the colors are permanent, microwave safe, uv resistant and have remarkable resistance to top rack dishwashing and to normal detergents
Our studio offers wine glass painting classes. Come alone or with some friends and join other wine glass painters in this fun activity. We supply one wine glass but you can purchase more to make a set. We will teach you different painting techniques and about the different kinds of glass paints. Click here for the latest wine glass painting classes schedule or to register in a class.
If you have a group of six or more people you can host your own wine glass painting private party at our studio. Check out our price list