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Halloween Inspired Bubbly Cauldron Drip Wine Tumbler

Learn how to make a bubbly cauldron drip wine tumbler that is perfect for Halloween
Yield: 1 Cup

Materials

Instructions

  • Start by prepping your cup. Sand, wash, dry, and then spray paint the cup black and allow it to dry.
  • Now mix a small batch of Fast Set and apply it evenly to your entire cup. Then shake the Quasar glitter all over the Fast set and pat down any large chunks with a gloved finger.
  • Let your cup spin for about 2 hours before moving on to the next step.
  • Then mix another batch of Fast Set and apply it to the entire cup. Use a torch to pop any bubbles. Allow it to cure for a couple of hours and then decide if you need another layer to make the cup smooth. If so, add the layer of epoxy and then let it spin for another couple of hours.
  • While your cup is curing, get your leopard print decals cut out of the vinyl. You can find images on Google to use for this.
  • Next apply your decals. Place the Poison sticker where you want it first and then place your spots is a swirl pattern around the cup.
  • Then use a gloved finger to apply 2 coats of Quick Coat on top of the decals.
  • Once the Quick Coat is dry its time to add your half pearls where you will be putting your drips. Using glue to attach them, start with the larger ones at the bottom of where you want the drips. You are creating a drip line here.
  • Next add your drips. Mix up about 10-15ml of Medium Viscosity Artist Resin and then let it sit for about 5 min. Then add in acrylic paint, the glow in the dark powder, and Out of this World glitter then mix to combine. Next, add in Nice and Thick until the epoxy slowly drips off of your stir stick.
  • Add the drip to the top lip of the cup, work the epoxy up and down a few times to get it “moving” hit with heat if needed. Continue to add more drip under the lip but above your half pearls. Flip up and down. Putting your cup on a turner at this point can make it easier. Add more drip up and down your half pearl drip lines. You may need to take it off and on the turner a few times to get your desired drip. Don’t worry if it isn’t perfect yet as you will fill with more pearls.
  • Add more pearls. You will want to grab a rhinestone pen to help pick up the pearls. Place pearls all around the drip to your personal preference. The more random the better, it makes it more “Witchy”! If your drip moved in areas you didn’t want it to, this is the time to fix that by placing a pearl there, or putting the pearl there and moving the drip into another spot.
  • Let the cup spin and cure for 24 hours then clean the top rim of the cup if you need to.
  • Now add one coat and then another of Fast Set Fast set entire cup including the drip, allowing the cup to spin for a couple of hours between each coat.
  • Sand, clean the cup rim and then add a final coat or two of Medium Viscosity Artist Resin, using a torch to pop any bubbles.