Hello, Tatertots and Jello readers! It’s Linda here, from burlap+blue, and I’m so happy to be here today sharing another fabulous holiday tutorial in Jen’s series! These confetti glasses check all the boxes as far as what I look for in a great craft-it’s easy, inexpensive, and so very versatile! These are great for holiday and hostess gifts this time of year, but the technique is also perfect year-round for wedding and housewarming gifts. I chose red, green and turquoise, but you can easily change up the colors to match any decor scheme.
glasses (these were a dollar at Target!)
paintbrush or Q-tip
Step 1: Gather your materials. I used stemless wine glasses from Target, but any kind of glassware will do! I found the paints at Hobby Lobby, and chose paint that specifically said they could be used on glass. Be sure to read the curing instructions, though. These paints require a 21 day cure time or they can be baked in the oven to speed up the process. Take your first color, and dab dots onto your glass. I decided to go only halfway up the glass, starting from the bottom…
Step 2: Once you’re done with one color, wash out your brush, and continue with the rest of your colors. Let dry.
And that’s it! Couldn’t. Be. Easier.
Thank you all for letting me hang out with you today! Please visit me over at my blog, my original Etsy shop, and my print shop, paper+palette!
Thanks Linda!! I love those! They are so pretty, and such a simple idea too! Linda has amazing ideas on her blog. Here are a few projects I think you’ll love:
These Mod Podge Initial Ornaments are so pretty! They would be perfect for gift giving or just for personalizing your tree this year!
And, I love this Merry & Bright Printable too! So fun for the holidays!
And, I love this pretty gift idea! Make DIY Confetti Soap for stocking stuffers or neighbor gifts!
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