Rust-Oleum Project

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  • Estimated Project Time:

    1 Hour

  • Challenge Level:


  • Tools & Supplies:

    • Drop Cloths
    • Stencils
    • Pencil
    • Ruler
    • X-Acto Knife
    • Contact Paper Or Frisket Film For Airbrushing
    • Newspaper or Plastic Bags
    • Painter's tape
    • Tall Clear Glass Bottles with Pour Spouts
Oil and Vinegar bottles After

  1. Find a spot outdoors and cover nearby items with drop cloths to protect them from spray mist.
  2. Remove the pour spouts.
  3. Mask off the top half or quarter of the bottles and cover with newspaper or plastic wrap.
  4. Use a ruler and pencil to mark even checkers on contact paper. Cut them out with an X-acto knife.
  5. Attach the contact paper squares to the bottom edge of the bottles in a checkerboard style. Then attach a V to one bottle and an O to the other bottle.
  6. Spray both bottles with Rust-Oleum® Specialty Frosted Glass Spray following application directions on the can. (It's usually easier if you turn the bottles upside down to do this.) Let dry.
  7. Remove contact paper, stickers, tape and newspaper.
  8. Fill with vinegar and oil and replace the pour spouts. Toss that salad and flavor with your new condiment containers.