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Wednesday, February 17, 2021

Yes! We Actually Painted Wine Glasses

 Painting Actual Wine Glasses

In February at Eagle Creek Vineyard tasting room a great group of creatives came together to paint on wine glasses.  

Everyone painted 2 wine glasses.

We painted flowers that you could see the centers of by looking into the glass.  It is an interesting process and you have to keep reminding yourself to look into the glass to see how it looks.  

We had a fun family join us for the first time and 

I think they really enjoyed the class.

Painting the stems is an aspect of the class 

where people really let go and let their creativity shine.

Here's the inside of Jeff's glass

Everyone selected their own colors to use 

and we had none of them alike.  

Dave's 2 glasses were different. 

Jaclyn's glasses were a light pink and then she did 2 for her mom who couldn't come because she was quarantined.

Those 2 were a deeper pink and they were gorgeous but I forgot to take a pic of them.


Eden was our youngest painter and she 

really got into making her glasses her own.

This was a fun group that really let their creativity shine.

We took the masks off for a few seconds to snap this pic.

Everyone took their wine glasses home with instructions to bake them in their oven to set the paint.

Before you paint, wash your glass and then wipe off with alcohol.  Paint using craft paint for glass.  When you're finished put your glasses in a cold oven and then turn the oven on to 325 degrees.  Once it comes up to temp, set the timer for an hour.  After that hour, turn the oven off and let the glasses cool down inside the oven.  Do not take the glasses out until the oven is completely cool.

The glasses are supposed to be top rack dishwasher safe after that, but I'm not certain about it and I don't think I'd put them in there.  

They are safe to drink out of because the paint is on the outside of the glass and safe to wash carefully.

Our next class at Eagle Creek Vineyard in Warsaw, KY will be Tuesday, April 13 at 6 p.m. EST.  

Eagle Creek is a great place for people to come together to paint, enjoy each other's company and taste their wide selection of wines.  Click HERE to visit their site.

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I'll be teaching a live class Friday, February 19, 11:00 a.m. EST on my Painting With Acrylics Facebook page.

Click Here to go to the page.  

Like the page and receive the notifications so you don't miss the live class on Friday.

It is in conjunction with my new membership site I'll be releasing that day, the Beginner's Painting Club.

The Beginner's Painting Club was created with the beginner painter in mind or for someone who wants to improve their painting skills but aren't quite sure how to do that.

Click HERE to learn more about the Beginner's Painting Club.

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Thanks for stopping by and let's paint together soon.

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I'm a nature artist and I love to paint old barns, rivers and lakes, trees and fence rows and flowers. I work almost daily. You can purchase paintings by contacting me at and there is also a tab across the top of my blog for available paintings and one for small paintings with buy now buttons. You can also purchase through my Etsy shop using the name of Fine Nature Art. . Thank you so much for stopping by.