Made from 3/4" MDF after applying 2 coats of shellac with light sanding after each coat. Let this dry for a couple of days and then sprayed the green base coat, just spray enamel from the hardware store. Let dry for a couple more days and then used the Duck brand Easy Liner. The trick for me has been to make sure this is pressed down thoroughly with no bubbles. If I do see a bubble I’ll just pop it with a pin or knife and press it down again.
Used a v-carve tool path for the text (Algerian True Type) and border with a .25" 60 degree v-bit and then added two additional coats of shellac in these cuts. Let that dry another 2 days and then sprayed with enamel covering for the separate colors.
The beer mug was cut from a piece of pine using a 1/8" end mill with a 0.05 stepover. Sealed this with shellac and then spray a coat of silver followed by a light coat of white for the foam. Masked the foam and sprayed a fog coat of brown over the glass, all with rattle cans, and yes it shows.