Wine Glass Crafts
Personalizing wine glasses is easy, fast, and—bonus—totally gorgeous with the help of scrapbooking stickers, markers meant for glass, and a simple dotting technique inspired by That’s What Che Said. Be sure to let the ink dry fully before removing the letters. If your intended recipient primarily drinks white wine, use darker colors for the dots. If they’re red wine drinkers, go with lighter colors, like the silver, white, and gold shown here.
4 wine glasses
Adhesive letters / scrapbooking letter stickers
Deco Color Liquid Paint Markers in Broad Line (silver, gold, and white seen here)
1. To get straight lines on which to position your lettering, fill the glass with water.
2. Apply letters to glass. Empty glass.
3. Using the pens, start making dots. They should be very densely packed around the edges of the letters, so the words show up well once the stickers are removed.
4. Once dots are dry, remove letters. You can use an X-acto Knife to help or remove any residue.
If you don’t want to do the lettering, skip ‘em and let the dots speak for themselves.
Craft method inspired by That’s What Che Said.
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