DIY Confetti Wine Glasses
Confetti Painted Wine Glasses
I'm a sucker for hand-painted wine glasses. Especially anything that can be personalized with an initial, a name or anything that speaks to you.
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Hand painted wine glasses are super popular right now. They make great gifts for pretty much any occasion and are also a fun way to commemorate a specific milestone in life, such as a birthday, new baby, graduation or wedding. Designs can range from very elaborate and colorful to more simple - from monograms to Disney characters and everything in between.
What I hear most often from people is “I’m not artistic” or “I can’t do that.” The truth is that with clear instructions and some good old fashioned willpower, you can do a lot more than you give yourself credit for.
I created these Confetti Wine Glasses in just an hour or two with minimal supplies required.
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Here’s what you will need.
Clear wine glasses
A dotting tool
1. Wash your wine glasses with mild soap and water and dry thoroughly.
2. Apply your desired letter. I cut mine out of vinyl using my Cricut, but you could also buy letter stickers from Michael’s too. Rub your fingers over all of the edges of your sticker/vinyl to ensure it has adhered all the way around.
3. Choose the paint colors you want to use and squirt a tiny bit onto a paper plate. Dip the end of your dotting tool into the first color and apply dots randomly around the letter. Move to the next color and repeat the random pattern…and the next color….and the next color.
4. Allow the paint to dry completely and then peel the letter sticker/vinyl off. If some of your dots get stuck to the letter, don’t panic, you can simply re-add them to your glass using the dotting tool.
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