How to Draw & Paint on Glass

Does the world need more cuteness? Always. Especially when, with our free templates, you can make these adorable, animal-themed glasses using stuff you probably have around the house.

Cutest cookies and milk ever! (Image: Trisha Sprouse)

Things You'll Need

Step 1: Download, Print, and Cut out Template

Download the free template, then print and cut out the image. Don't worry about cutting it out perfectly; as long as all the critter's features are intact, you're doing it right.

Print out the free template and cut out the image. (Image: Trisha Sprouse)

Step 2: Clean the Glass with Rubbing Alcohol

Using a paper towel, wipe the entire exterior of the glass with alcohol to remove any dirt or oil. This allows the ink to adhere to the glass.

Wipe the glass clean with rubbing alcohol. (Image: Trisha Sprouse)

Step 3: Tape the Template to the Inside of the Glass

With the image facing outward, place the template inside the glass and tape it so that the face looks straight.

Tape the template to the inside of the glass. (Image: Trisha Sprouse)

Step 4: Trace the Image onto the Outside of the Glass

Using your paint pen, draw the panda face on the outside of the glass, using the template as your guide.

Draw the panda face onto the glass. (Image: Trisha Sprouse)

Step 5: Remove Template

Untape the template from the inside of the glass. You will be able to see where you missed spots.

Remove template and tape from inside of glass. (Image: Trisha Sprouse)

Step 6: Touch Up the Design

Use your paint pen to fill in or smooth out any spots that need touching up.

Color in any spots you missed. (Image: Trisha Sprouse)

Step 7: Bake

Place glass in a cold oven. Set oven temperature to 200 degrees, and bake glass for 2 hours. Turn off oven; leave the glass inside and let it cool completely before removing.

Step 8: Pour, Drink, and Enjoy

Fill your panda glass with milk to get the full effect.

Pour, drink, dunk. (Image: Trisha Sprouse)

If making the sock monkey, try it with chocolate milk!

Got chocolate milk? (Image: Trisha Sprouse)