- Do not use nail polish with glitter; it sounds pretty, but it only clumps
- Work quickly especially when using quick dry nail polish
- Use lukewarm water for best effect
- Some polish will clump, do not use unless you want a "clumpy" look on your mug
- Swirl a skewer or paper towel into the container to remove remaining polish
- Nail polish remover can be your best friend. Use it to remove unwanted areas and to clean the inside of the mug (if you get some in there) and rim.
- Use the polish you already have. No need to purchase special supplies for this project.
- Hand Wash Only! I even made tags to go on the mugs with this info.
- Have fun!
And the finished mug from my video:
As I'm writing this, my heart is heavy. My cousin, Dee Dee passed away last night. My cousin was one of those people who lights up a room. I don't care where, why, what, but if she's there, you are having fun! I was feeling sad yesterday but when I started thinking about her and all those times we had together growing up, I couldn't help but laugh and smile. There's so much to say, but for now I'll just say Rest in Peace. She deserves it. Love ya Dee Dee!