I made a cute little portioned wine glass over the weekend, so I thought I’d share how to do it in case some of you were interested. I don’t know about you, but I could use a little reminder of what 5 oz looks like every once and a while. Spoiler Alert: it’s not the whole glass. Dang.
Anyway, I grabbed a wine glass I already had, a small brush, painter’s tape, and a plastic grocery bag. I used the bag in place of proper safety equipment like gloves. I’m a rebel. Use at your own risk. 😉
I started by measuring 5 oz of water in one of Maddux’s baby bottles. I poured the water into my wine glass and taped around the edge of the water.
I probably should have marked the line and then taped, but again, I’m reckless.
Then I dumped the water out and flipped my glass over. (Clean the bottom of your glass thoroughly with window cleaner. This is extremely important! You’ll have less random streaks and spots.)
Plastic bag. Looks legitimately safe, right?
I applied the Armour Etch as evenly and thick as I could. I waited five minutes and rinsed a tiny bit off with some water. Five minutes wasn’t long enough! I slapped on some more and waited ten more minutes. That did the trick! I rinsed the glass with warm water to remove the Armour Etch.
Boom. PS: That is cranberry juice, not wine. Super lame, I know.
Aaaaand I’m going to try to be mindful of my pours now. TRY. Wine is too dang delicious and makes people feel all warm and happy.