Hand Painted Wine Glasses: 51 DIY Ideas
How to Paint a Wine Glass
Glass painting fanatics can take their artistic skill to the next level revamping their old stemware. All you need is an inexpensive wine glass, paint brushes and dollops of acrylic paints, chalk paints, various shades of nail polish, or just colorful sharpies to create a stunning décor craft with umpteen designs. Here are some cool ways to decorate the glasses for a sassy look.
Prep up for a festive weekend painting a set of wine glasses combined with savory foods and loads of entertainment.
The dull wine glasses covered with colorful dots provide a warmer glow adding a tipsy charm to your Thanksgiving dinner with family. A wacky tip for upping the decor appeal is inverting the glasses and placing candles on them. So now you have your version of scintillating candle holders.
On one hand, hold a palette with blobs of acrylic paint and mix and match the colors to decorate the glasses with the other using cotton swabs.
Blooming with delight are the sleek wine glasses given a floral touch to turn your kitchen shelf into a mini garden and to amplify the décor value as well.
A bachelorette party can never be celebrated without some flavored wine. Why not make the wedding eve day of your best friend extra special with exotic wine glasses given a touch of your special creation, making the grape juice taste better?
Rather than sending your children to a glass painting class, you can give a quick demo at home, pulling out the old set of wine glasses etched with unsightly logos from the shelf and adding few strokes of paints to make them decoration-ready, and also creating a new summer craft.
Play up with loud colors to make the glasses wear an explicit look gushing out a contrasting effect when filled with varied wines. Don’t you think the pretty glassware is adorable enough as a farewell gift for your favorite teacher?
If there is one friend in your group having a fetish for glass-painted decorative centerpieces, then you may consider gifting on her engagement day a couple of wine glasses embellished with stunning paints.
Amid the myriad marriage preparations and back-to-back ceremonies, something special should be planned for the bridesmaid as well as the mother of the bride. How about painting their names or initials on a wine glass and serving a drink or two in it?
As opposed to abstract designs, you can decide a theme to ornate the glasses that would serve as breathtaking décor accents sans any additional expenditure. Be careful when baking the glasses in an attempt to dry the paints inside the oven to avoid any breakage.
Enticing enough as a present for mother’s day, the glasses richly soaked in metallic gold paint exude a misty glam when laid on the table.
Visually stunning, the slender wine glasses swirled with glittery coats are suitable to primp any modern table setting rather than just serving as mere wine holders.
You can paint these stemless wine glasses with paint brushes, or Q-tips, whichever you like. There can be no wrong way of doing this project.
An Easter afternoon is best enjoyed with sumptuous lunch along with some wine delights served in glitzy glasses. Go ahead painting a bunch of luscious grapes and leaves to blend with the drink.
Are you looking for an unconventional theme to celebrate Valentine Day with your girlfriend? Arrange an outdoor candlelight dinner beginning with unscrewing your favorite beverage and pouring it into the hand painted glasses.
Beautify your plain, old glasses that are locked up in the kitchen cabinet with a dash of vibrant color themed for a special occasion at home.
The shades of green and red on the glasses signify that X-mas is here to stay for the entire month. Add more uniqueness by hand painting a snowman, Santa Claus or the quirky Grinch on the glass.
Another way to creatively upgrade your stemware collection with polka dots following a simplistic approach.
Here, the trick is to attach letter stickers to the glass and smear them with glitter paints for a glitzy effect or just simply fill it with beautiful sayings.
Whether a grand wedding party or a baby shower at a friend’s house, monogrammed painted wine glasses are indeed fabulous to give away to the maid of honor or just for a unique décor. At the same time, you can opt for a beach theme, painting lush coconut trees, starfish, or funky flip flops.
Imagine sipping some red wine in a rose-tinted glass. Indeed, a heavenly feel.
If you are up for some Halloween mischief, then get your paints and brushes ready to dress the wine glass in the eerie way.
Wine glasses that come without the stems can also be adorned with a wide assortment of paints.
Isn’t it a pretty glass to pour some wine and have on a freezing night while reading a novel?
The ones having a flair for wildlife can whip up a leopard printed-magnum opus with metallic paint in the same way.
Grab those sharpie pens lying inside the table drawer to design the glasses for some festive cheer. If not drinking, then you can decorate the glass with tiny LED lights.
Another theme, your kids are going to love. Just paint the base and stem with glittery pink and draw the cute little kitten on the glass.
There are tons of themes such as music, retirement, and tennis racket you can choose from for designing the wine glass with paints, especially when your kids participate in the fun-filled activity. Next time, you are hosting a cocktail party make sure it turns out to be a colorful one courtesy the flamboyant glasses scattered around.
Published on February 8th 2016 by Michelle Anderson