Show your Game of Thrones pride with some easy custom DIY Game of Thrones House Sigil Glasses. Represent your favorite houses and drink up!
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If there is one thing you must do at every Game of Thrones Premiere party, it is drink ale, or at least something that looks like it. It was the custom of the time dudes! So why not embrace your inner dork and love for Game of Thrones by repping your favorite house and letting your friends do the same?
The problem for me was that there wasn’t really a character that I connected with and other characters that I was interested in had already been claimed. Those friends of course ended up not going to Mickey’s Halloween Party with us, but decisions had to be made and they lost out. Me? After much deliberation, I stuck with House Stark. I made my own cape and went as (D)Eddard Stark. Why? Because I got to run around in a cape and I didn’t have to worry about a fancy dress. Enough said.
DIY Game of Thrones House Sigil Glasses
Print out your template and use the circle cutter or scissors to cut out your favorite house sigils. I chose Targaryen, Lannister, Stark and (not pictured) Mormont – Because Lyanna Mormont is a 10 year old badass.
Prep the outside bottom of each glass by cleaning it with rubbing alcohol if you have it on hand. Coat the bottom of the glass and the facing side of each circle with decoupage. Basically you want decoupage glue to stick to decoupage glue.
Press the facing circle to the bottom of the glass so when you look down into the glass you’ll see the House Sigil in the bottom.
Use an old gift card to smooth out the extra decoupage glue and any bubbles that are bound to appear and set something heavy on top of it.
Let dry for 30 minutes to an hour.
Once your base is dry coat with 3 thin coats of dish washer safe decoupage glue, waiting 30 minutes in between then let them sit for 72 hours. Ideally you should wait about 28 days for this sucker to cure. THEN you can wash them in the dishwasher… but I would just handwash for a while to be on the safe side. Or just be lazy and send them home with friends as gifts. Valar Morghulis!
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