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Festive Confetti DIY Wine Glasses

By: Lynn Lilly from craftboxgirls.com
Updated August 30, 2017
Festive Confetti DIY Wine Glasses
Festive Confetti DIY Wine Glasses
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This Christmas, make your celebration complete with Festive Confetti DIY Wine Glasses. This DIY painted wine glasses tutorial involves a very simple painting technique to achieve the desired results. Watch the video tutorial to see exactly how this craft is done. Entertaining is often all about the little things, and this tutorial truly showcases that fact. A party is simply more special when a hostess pays attention to detail, and these wine glasses are a great example. Plus, if you don't want the glasses taking up cabinet space year after year, simply gift them as Christmas party favors!

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsGlass, Paint

Primary TechniquePainting

Easy

SeasonWinter

HolidayChristmas

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Wine glasses
  • Acrylic paint in red, green, silver, gold
  • Q-tips
  • String
  • Red & gold tulle

Instructions

  1. Clean wine glass with alcohol.

  2. Use Q-Tips to dab dots of acrylic paint.

  3. Let it dry.

Cure in Oven

  1. Places glass in a cold oven.

  2. Heat to 350 degrees for 20 mins.

  3. Turn oven off.

  4. Let glass completely cool before removing.

Finish Decorating the Wine Glass

  1. Cut a 6inch piece of string.

  2. Cut 5-6 pieces of tulle that are 6 inches long (However many that fill the base).

  3. Loop tulle around string.

  4. Tie string around base of glass.

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