Do you need a last minute handmade gift idea? I have the perfect one for you and any wine lover on your holiday list. These Hand Painted Wine Glasses are so easy and fun to make! You can customize them to say anything you want!
- 3D Opaque Glass Paints from DecoArt
- Wine Glasses (I picked mine up from Dollar Tree)
- Scrapbooking Stickers
- Xacto Knife
I started off by spelling out the word “cheers” on my glass with my scrapbooking stickers!
Next I started with one color of my 3D Opaque Gloss Enamels and made dots all round the letters. Be sure to leave room for your second color. Make your dots dense around the letters and then slowly taper off as you extend outwards.
Repeat with your second color and then you can come back and repeat with both colors until the letters are all outlined and it looks how you like. Then I used my Xacto knife to help remove the stickers! You might need to slice through the paint to make sure you get clean lines!
I made 2 of these and then two of the glasses where I just made dots from the bottom of the glass.
Pair these glasses with a bottle of wine wrapped in my Sweater Sleeve Wine Gift Bag!
Helping me celebrate the series today is Laura from Inspiration for Moms. She is sharing this AWESOME DIY Canvas Art tutorial! I am in total love with it! You can hop over to her blog and see how to make your own!
Comments & Reviews
Decorating Ideas says
This DIY is pretty easy to make. It will look wonderful at a party or a birthday party.
What a fun idea! I love the festive look of these wine glasses. Great idea using the stickers as templates for the letters.
Great project !!
I would love you to come and share @ Craft, Create & Inspire linky party !!!
Look forward to seeing you there :)
Quick question as I need to make 50 of these as favors for my mom’s 60th birthday party.
Do you take the stickers off when the paint is wet or dry?
Cheryl Spangenberg says
Jessica…that is an excellent question and my honest answer is that I can’t remember. This post is a few years old and I have terrible Mom Brain! Right now, I would recommend removing them after the paint has set a bit but is not all the way dry otherwise it will pull off your dots when you pull off the stickers!