1. Take a glass bottle. Make sure to thoroughly clean the surface of the bottle before using it for crafting.
2. Apply a base coat. Gently dab Fevicryl Acrylic colors of your choice with a sponge.
4. Paste the fabric onto the glass bottle using Fevicryl fabric glue. Allow this to Dry.
5. Further enhance the design using Fevicryl Liquid Embroidery cones. Make sure to seal the edges of the fabric with the Liquid Embroidery cones so as to hide the raw edges of the fabric.
6. Leave the bottle to dry for 24 hours so that the paint properly adheres to the surface of the bottle. After this, you can seal your work by gently applying a layer of Fabric Glue followed by Varnish.
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