DIY Sparkling Holiday Wine Glasses

Disclosure: this is a sponsored post by Plaid for which I was compensated monetarily and with products. However, the opinions are completely my own. See full disclosure here.
I am tackling my holiday gifts one at a time and starting early, since I have so many handmade gifts to do this year. While most of my gifts are fabric related, I decided to do a few outside of my box:-). I don’t know about you but I love a bit of sparkle during the holidays; sparkle on clothes, on decorations and anything needing some shine. If haven’t tried Mod Podge from Plaid as yet, you are missing out! This stuff will glue, seal or finish almost anything! What makes it even better is now they have added sparkle in it. Mod Podge plus sparkle is a “must have” for crafts. I decided to decorate some wine glasses with my glitter Mod Podge and FolkArt paint. Its a super simple project that can be done in just a few steps. I love how they turned out. I think I may want to keep these instead of giving them away as gifts.

 
 

Here is how you can make your own sparkling holiday glasses.

Supplies: Mod Podge Extreme Glitter, FolkArt Paint, Wine Glasses, Stencil and Sponge. 

Step 1

Mark off your working area using masking tape. I used painters tape for my project.

 

Step 2

Apply desired colored paint in the masked areas with a craft sponge. Remove masking tape. I did a few coats of paint to get a deep finish on the color.

Step 3

Apply Mod Podge Extreme Glitter over the painted areas with sponge. The more you apply, the more sparkly the paint will look. I applied about 3 coats to my paint. I let my Mod Podge dry about 1 hour before touching to be safe.
This is for the HO HO wine glass.
This is for the JOY wine glass

 Step 4

Apply your stencil in your desired location and paint in your colors using your FolkArt paint. I did about 2 coats to get it nice and bright. Remove the stencil right afterwards.

 I thoroughly enjoyed working with this Mod Podge and can’t wait to try something using fabric for some of my sewing projects. This project totally inspired me to step out of my sewing box more often! I am hooked for sure:-). You can get updates on new products and as well as tons of crafting inspirations by following Plaid through Facebook, their Blog and by signing up for their Newsletter.
Disclosure: this is a sponsored post by Plaid for which I was compensated monetarily and with products. However, the opinions are completely my own. See full disclosure here.

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