Monogrammed New Year's Eve Glasses

New Year's Eve is fast approaching and the perfect opportunity to offer beautifully monogrammed 
gold glasses to your guests.

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I began this project using inexpensive wine glasses.

Champagne flutes are also perfect for the occasion.

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Using Washi tape I sectioned off a spot on my glass for a square design. 

I used letter stickers and centered an "S" in the square.

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You can use gold metallic paint, or glitter paint if you prefer, and a sponge applicator are all you need to stamp the paint onto the glass.

New Years Monogrammed Wine Glasses www.homeroad.net

Another design I tried was a circle cut from vinyl. 

I applied the outside of the circle to my glass, centered the monogram "S", then painted over the monogram. 

Before the paint was completely dry I used a pin to gently remove the vinyl and the sticker.

You might even want to try glass etching cream instead of the paint!

New Years Monogrammed Wine Glasses www.homeroad.net

The result is an easy and inexpensive project creating beautifully monogrammed glasses perfect for your New Year's Eve Party. 

New Years Monogrammed Wine Glasses www.homeroad.net

New Years Monogrammed Wine Glasses www.homeroad.net

After curing time, these glasses are hand washable.


Cheers!

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Comments

  1. beautiful glasses Susan! Good luck with the segment!

    Hope you had a wonderful Christmas, and wishing you all the best for 2014!
    gail

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