New Year’s Toasting Glasses

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Well, here were are, at the end of the year. One of the joys of our New Year’s celebration is welcoming friends into our home and having a bit of wine or champagne. I was thinking about that old phrase “Make new friends, but keep the old; one is silver and the older is gold.” So I made some silver and gold toasting glasses. They are super easy to make and you can make them in about a half-hour- no kidding!

#FabulouslyFestive New Year's Toasting Glasses

You’ll need:

  • wine glasses
  • masking tape
  • glass etching cream & paintbrush
  • glitter
  • Beacon Surface Makeover  glue (it dries tacky!)
  • disposable cup & paintbrush

First, place the masking tape about 3 inches down from the rim of the glass. Then use the etching cream to etch the bottom part of the glass and stem. (This part is optional, but I like the way it looks.)

#FabulouslyFestive New Year's Toasting Glasses

The instructions on mine said to wait 5 minutes, but I found 10 was better. And if it turns out splotchy, just repeat the process. Rinse the etching cream according to the directions, and then dry the glass. #FabulouslyFestive New Year's Toasting Glasses

Next, paint the bottom of the stem with the Surface Makeover Glue. It dries SUPER tacky, so be careful not to get it on your clothes. (It washes off with soap and water while it’s still wet. After the glue is dry (it will go clear) sprinkle on your glitter.

#FabulouslyFestive New Year's Toasting Glasses

Now you can brush off the extra with your fingers and make sure you’ve covered all the sticky bits.

NOW… fill with wine and enjoy!

#FabulouslyFestive New Year's Toasting Glasses

Cheers!

#FabulouslyFestive New Year's Toasting Glasses

 

 

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2 Responses to “New Year’s Toasting Glasses”

  1. Caryn S. (Scrapnsing) Says:

    Does the glitter wash off?

  2. Jenny Says:

    I washed them by hand and the glitter held tight!

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