Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Glitter Wine Glasses

When I saw this on Something Turquoise, I had to make these as soon as possible.  Instead of using the Martha Stewart Glitter Paint, I used Mod Podge and Martha Stewart glitter.
Excuse the terrible pictures, I used my iPhone. I'm ordering a new camera this weekend.


After applying the glitter, I let it dry alittle.  I then added some Mod Podge to seal the glitter.  Are these not perfect for the holidays coming up?!

Linking up HERE!

UPDATE:
I have had some emails about how they wash, so I thought I would do an update. I have used them quite often and they seem to hold up fine.  I only hand wash them.  I thought I would update you with some pictures.

58 comments:

Mar said...

Love them! I was going to do the same thing but just the bases with the corresponding wine color.

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Melissa Blackburn Cansler said...

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the wine glasses!! Now I'm thinking to make some as gifts using their favorite colors or even the colors for their fav sports team!! Thanks for sharing!! I love your blog and have your button posted on my "Blogs I Stalk" page now!!

Shana said...

Love how "blingy" they are! Great job.

Jillian@FoodFolksandFun said...

This looks SO awesome...I just love nything "blinged" out, I’m book-marking this to make later! I found you via “Lil’ Luna Link Party”. I’m your newest follower and would love a “follow back”!

Have a great week,

Jillian @ www.foodfolksandfun.blogspot.com

Renewed Upon a Dream said...

I REALLY like these! I have a bunch of little wine glasses that we have gotten at various wine tasting events that would be perfect to do this with! I'm pinning this project to my pinterest board :)

Jamie Lynn said...

OMGosh! LOVE LOVE LOVE them...running out later to make em! Thanks for the easy tut! Just saying hello from 3 Four and Under~ please stop by and say hello! I am a new follower!
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Kelley @ TheGrantLife.com said...

so cute and simple! Im going to have to try this :)

Nikki@EverythingUndertheMoon said...

These came out perfectly! Very season appropriate too ;) Would love it if you would stop by and share this at my linky party :) http://everything-underthemoon.blogspot.com/2011/11/bedazzle-me-monday-7_6572.html

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itsprettyawkward.com said...

I loooove this. I'll so be making these.

Audra @ The Kurtz Corner said...

So cute Kim! Featuring them on my FB fan page :)

Shauna K said...

visiting from Crafty Soiree- neat idea! love how the bottom of the glitter almost has like a "melting" effect from the brush strokes :)

::little projects in style:: said...

oh this is super pretty! :)

xx

Jenny @ Simcoe Street said...

Pretty!

Tracy Brumfield said...

These are perfect. You are so crafty. New follower from Thursdays' friends. Feel free to follow me back at http://thismommydealsgalore.blogspot.com/2011/11/thursday-blog-hops.html

Amanda said...

how cute! i absolutely love these and they are a perfect project for some great gifts for the holidays - or even to sparkle up my table! thanks for sharing!! love it!

stopping by from the thursday blog hop!

Shannon said...

Really pretty even with the iphone pictures. Wine taste better when you drink it from a beautiful glass. I'm a first time visitor over from Delightful Order. What kind of camera did you order?

Opal Stevens said...

Following from the Thursday Friends Cafe Blog Hop! Would love a follow back:)

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Christi said...

I freakn' love these... and super easy I might say. I am going to give this a try. I mean really this saying nothing better then a super cheap Christmas preset. For those wine lovers. Dressing up a few $1 store wine glasses with glitter to go with a bottle of wine. LOVE. IT!

Kelley said...

Hi. I am visiting today from the Thursday Friends Blog Hop. I love the DIY Glitter Wine Glasses! =) I am a new follower to your blog and look forward to your posts. When you get a chance stop by http://inkelleyskitchen.blogspot.com for recipes, cooking, entertaining, food storage ideas & more! Have a great day!
Kelley

Katie@{The Allred Abode} said...

wow love this! thanks for sharing! Just found your blog and I'm glad I did, I'm following you! If you have a sec to check out my blog, I would appreciate it!
The Allred Abode
Thanks!
Katie

hellopalz said...

Thats a nice idea! unique touch to the regular old glasses

Good Girl Gone Green said...

Who doesn't love some bling!!! :)

Chrissy said...

This are so cute!! I need ideas for a Wine basket gift, I think these would add a little something to it! Thanks!!

morenumerousthansand said...

These are really cool! I need to make some. :)

Katie Franck said...

they are gorgeous!!!! I found you on the trendy treehouse blog hop....

Danielle said...

LOVE them. Perfect for the holidays!! Thanks so much for sharing and linking up:> I am going have to do a version for my family:> Thanks for the idea.

Danielle said...

pinned it!

Kelsey said...

Love these! I saw something similiar on Pinterest and thought they would be great for a New Year's Eve party.

Newest follower from Mushki Love :)
-Kelsey
www.poofycheeks.blogspot.com

About Us said...

I love these!!! Great job.

Ameryn Marie said...

cute, I just might have to give it a try!

Ameryn Marie
ohsonifty.blogspot.com

Lindsay said...

Such a perfect idea for the holidays! And very inexpensive! Great job being so creative! Thanks for sharing @ Show & Share! Hope to see more from you!

a mommy's lifestyle said...

These are so pretty. I love that idea!

pinkoddy said...

Visiting from the monster hop.
Love this idea.

Randa @ The Bewitchin' Kitchen said...

How cute! Your wine glasses look great. I couldn't find a GFC to follow you on, so now I follow on Facebook. Swing by sometime and follow back :) http:/www.thebewitchinkitchen.com

couponingfromFL2MI said...

I am your newest GFC follower from the Baby Bottom line hop stopping by from Couponing From Florida to Michigan. I would love a follow back.

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I love the wine glass idea. Even I, with 0 crafty skills, think that I could do it!

Kara said...

Such a cute idea. I was pondering these party gifts that I wanted to do with wine glasses and I think that this is perfect.

Katie @ The Crafty Blog Stalker said...

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Jenny@daysofchalkandchocolate said...

I can think of a million times these would make a great gift...NY Eve party host present, housewarming gift, engagement gift. They are so pretty! Thanks for linking them up to Latest and Greatest Friday!

Misty said...

These are fabulous! Obviously they'd have to be hand washed; how does the glitter and Mod Podge hold up to washing?

South Bay Studio said...

These are so creative, love glitter, Kathi

Sharon, aka Bootersmom03 said...

Love them!! Perfect and fun way to add some sparkle! New follower visiting via Show and Tell Friday!

Nancy said...

They look amazing! what a great idea thanks for sharing.

Nancy said...

They look amazing! what a great idea thanks for sharing.

Jes Victor said...

these are gorgeous! im going to do them for a present for a friend. did you cure them in the oven or let them sit for a number of days before you used them? or was the mod podge enough to seal it on for use?

Kelly said...

Did you have any problem with sparkles coming off when putting ice and cold drink in your cup?

Candie@Craftbaby.com said...

I love wine but these make drinking wine THAT much more fun!!! You should totally enter these glasses into Craftbaby's DIY GlitterMANIA Challenge! :) http://www.craftbaby.com/contests/28/diy-glitter-mania

blondie said...

Love the idea here! What Modge Podge did you use....just the regular stuff or did you use a different one, like outdoor? I'd like to make some for my sis-in-law, but I'll have to order Modge Podge online from the states, as I've never seen it in the UK.

Help! Thanks!

Mama C said...

Has anyone tried that with the Mod Podge Glitter??

Annie Serrano said...

I'm going to try this with champagne glasses! We aren't big on wine, but we do celebrate with champagne and sparkling cider!

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HeidiE said...

These look amazing! How long did they take to dry completely? Trying to come up with a way for guests at a party to decorate a wine glass to use at the actual party....
Thanks!

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Kimberley McCrystal said...

Were do you buy the paint and stuff to seal the glitter ? And how much ?.

Krista Lipnisky said...

Which style of mod podge did you use?

Leslie Lim said...

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