Not sure where to post this, but either way. While running out of Christmas ideas this year, I had what I thought was a fantastic idea. The idea was hand-painted champagne glasses. I thought that I had a novel idea that would give some impressive results. I did some research and it seemed as if acrylic was the way to go. It could be used on glass and could be watered down to a pourable consistency. So, I would slightly water down some paint, put it in a bag with a small hole and drizzle it onto the glass while I spun it. I would do a bunch of different colors, each corresponding to a season. I thought it was a great idea. So I spend $70 (ugh) on acrylic paint and went to town. I mixed up a little bag, tested, and failed epicly. I couldn't get the consistency quite right. It either was too watery and ended up blotchy, or was too thick and wouldn't pipe out. I was hoping someone on this board who was familiar with acrylic could offer some advice on this technique or this effect that I'm trying to achieve. I am trying to stay away from simply painting because I think it will be a lot more work, won't give the "random" effect I was hoping for, and will be too thick of lines. Either way, if anyone has some comments or help, I would greatly appreciate it.