CRAFTCorner | DIY Glittery Stemless Wine Glasses

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I’ve seen some pretty adorable DIY wine glasses on Pinterest and other DIY sites — especially for glittery wine glasses. But most of these projects were for stemmed wine glasses — not stemless (my favorite – hard to break, easy to hold!)

Over the weekend, I tackled this crafty project and made six glittery based wine glasses- and it couldn’t have been easier!

What you’ll need:

  • 1 jar of Mod Podge
  • 6 stemless wine glasses (I got mine from the Dollar Tree)
  • 1 foam paint brush
  • Newspaper or an old shoe box to catch the extra glitter
  • GLITTER!

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First, turn your wine glasses upside down on your newspaper or in the shoe box. Generously paint a thick coat of Mod Podge onto the base of the wine glasses (no need to be precise – I think in this case, the less precise, the more whimsical!)

Next, generously sprinkle glitter over the Mod Podge layer on each wine glasses. Let set for 10 minutes, then gently shake each glass onto your newspaper or into your shoe box. Let set for another 10 minutes to dry.

After your glitter has dried, paint another layer of Mod Podge over the glittery base (don’t worry — it will dry clear!)

*You can also use Elmer’s Multipurpose Adhesive Spray on top of the glittery base, if you’d like!

After the Mod Podge or Elmer’s has dried slightly, place the wine glasses upside down on a flat cookie sheet in the oven at 350* for 30 minutes.

Allow to cool completely.Now your wine glasses are ready for your next gathering! Be sure to only hand wash these glasses – you might have a mess on your hands in your dishwasher if not!

Enjoy!!

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Comments

  1. Scarlett Henson says:

    Hi- Which Mod Podge did you use? I’m not particularly crafty and was overwhelmed by the options of Mod Podge. The sales person helped me choose one for dishwasher safe gloss, but now that I’m actually “doing” the project and the initial 10 minute wait period is up my glasses are still completely wet and the Mod Podge directions on my jar say I need to wait up to 2 hours for the next coat and the total cure time is 28 days!!! Oops! Which one should I have purchased?

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  2. Those are so cute! Do they really not shed glitter at all? That’s my only fear

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