Welcome to my NEW BLOG!

Welcome to my NEW blog! For many years my projects could be found at my previous blog - www.fatcatcreations.blogspot.com. Since my business has evolved and is now known as Cindi McGee - Behind These Eyes™ instead of Cindi Bisson - Fat Cat Creations - I thought this was the perfect time to launch a new blog. Since I've been on this creative journey for almost 16 years - I have a LOT of project links out there in cyberworld! If you are looking for a particular project you have found on Pinterest, Facebook, FaveCrafts, HomeTalk, Twitter, etc. and the link is not working for you, please feel free to email me at cdjb11@yahoo.com and I'll be sure to get you the new link to the instructions. Have a creative day and remember to DARE TO BE DIFFERENT!

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Time for a Creepy Cocktail!

Creepy Cocktail Glass - For a "bloody good time!" 
I had a little spooky fun this week with etchall® Creme & DecoArt® glass paints!   Add your favorite blood red martini and a chocolate eyeball accent and you're ready to enjoy your creepy evening!

Materials: 

etchall® Creme
etchall® Designer Tip Kit
DecoArt® Crystal Gloss Enamels™ - Black, Red
Martini glass
Chocolate eyeball
Knife
Fine paintbrush

Instructions: 


Fill Designer Tip Kit bottle with etchall® Creme.   Add detailing tip and draw spiderweb on outside of glass.  Let set 15 minutes, then wash to clean (etchall® is re-usable, however, when I work with this small amount I simply wash it clean).


Use fine paintbrush to paint spider in bottom of glass with black Crystal Gloss Enamels™ paint.  


Hold the glass on it's side.  Add a few drops of red Crystal Gloss Enamels paint  to outside top edge.  Stand glass up and let the red enamel drip down the glass like blood.   If your "blood" does not "drip" on to the base of the glass, add a few drops of  red enamel there also.



Heat set the glass paint by following the manufacturer instructions.

For your chocolate eyeball embellishment, carefully cut a slit into the base of a chocolate eyeball candy and gently press onto edge of glass.  






1 comment:

  1. As I said...a true "Bloody Mary" glass.....Kudos!!

    Loved the... Here's looking at ya' baby"...accessory.

    Great job!! Very Halloweenie!!!!

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