Beaded Wine Glasses


Beaded Wine Glasses


Beaded Wine Glasses
Beaded Wine Glasses

These Beaded Wine Glasses are the answer to your crafting prayers! Have you been wondering what to do with all of your mismatched wine glasses? Turn them into a purposeful, multi-colored wine glass set instantly with the help of this quick and easy craft video tutorial. Personalize them anyway you want to be unique to you, using your favorite color beads or even different colored glue. These DIY wine glasses even make cute handmade gifts for everyone on your list!

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Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Main MaterialBeads


Materials List

  • Wine glasses
  • Surface cleaner
  • Paint (specifically for glass)
  • Beads

How to Make the Beaded Wine Glasses:

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Where can I buy the Delta Accent Liner ? ?????br br I checked Michael's they do not carry this product and wouldn't special order it. br Love the project and told all my crafting friends about I used gold glass paint but found it to be too wet to work with .br A Rosebr

Great Idea can anyone tell me were to get the accent liner from delta , I have gone to every craft store in our town .......... help

I am doing the decorating for a friends wedding. This is a GREAT idea for the glasses I will be decorating. But I was just going to paint them. Beading will take it over the edge. Looking forward to getting to that project!

Can't believe I gave so many old glasses to Goodwill..guess I am having to go buy some back now!

I think this is a great idea. We have all those vases from flowers and just plain old glasses. Going shopping today for the supplies in each color. Hope they have them at Michaels.

This looks like great fun. I can't wait to try it. I'm going to try it on various empty candle jars I have saved. I'll color coordinate them and use them in my bathroom to hold my cotton balls, cotton swabs, etc. I use a clear glass vase to hold my toothbrushes already, and I think I'll embellish it to match the candle jars. Get me to the craft store!!!


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