If you have a sheet of acrylic you are using in a craft project involving something such as a cabinet door with an open window or a new topper for an old table, you can create a frosted look to add extra dimension. Frosting can easily be completed on clear acrylic by using a frosting product, which can be found at any craft store or building supply store. Doing this yourself is less expensive than having a professional builder frost the acrylic for you.
Things You'll Need
Dust down the piece of acrylic since leftover dust will stick under the spray frosting.
Spritz some spray window cleaner over the acrylic and wipe clean with a rag.
Lay the acrylic sheet on a piece of newspaper outdoors.
Hold the spray frosting can about 6 inches from the acrylic and spray a thin, even coat over the entire piece. Allow it to dry.
To make patterns with the spray frosting, create stripes or circles by laying painter’s tape over the acrylic.