Salad Dressing Dispensers created with Martha Stewart Crafts Paintable Clings through the Martha Stewart glass painting program. These amazing clings are fun and very easy to use. Who doesn’t like to create gorgeous personalized projects in only a few simple steps? I created these cute Salad Dressing Dispensers in only five steps. EASY!
I’ve had these mini glass bottles for years, yet I didn’t know what I was going to create with them. That was until I received the Martha Stewart Crafts Paintable Clings. As soon as I opened the package and saw they had cute little leaves, I knew EXACTLY what I was going to create with them: Salad Dressing Dispensers!! The mini glass bottles are 6” high, perfect size for individual servings. This post contains some affiliate links for your convenience. Click here to read my full disclosure policy.
Salad Dressing Dispenser
– Martha Stewart Crafts Paintable Clings
– Martha Stewart Crafts Glass Paint Liquid Fill Transparent
– Glass Bottles (Make sure the bottles are clean.)
Step 1: Take out the supplies you will need to complete the project. Step 2: Choose the paintable clings you want to use for the project. (Make sure they are the correct size for the bottles.) Step 3: Fill in the clings with Glass Paint Liquid Fill Transparent. If you have any air bubbles, you can use a toothpick to burst them. Step 4: Allow the clings to dry. It took about an hour for mine to dry. Step 5: Remove the clings from the paper and apply them onto the glass bottles.
And Voilà.. you have yourself some cute salad dressing dispensers.
Now you can’t tell me that wasn’t simple? Seriously, I think this is the easiest project I have ever completed!
And goodness, do I ever love them!
Here are some great projects you can create with the paintable clings:
Lots of possibilities, right? What would you create with paintable clings?
Have a FABULOUS day!
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