Wine glass charms are practical and pretty! These DIY wine glass charms are easy to make in just minutes and are the perfect touch for holidays and gatherings!
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Y'all, as I was preparing everything for Friendsgiving this year, I realized that we have never hopped on the wine glass charm bandwagon. So every time we have friends over, we are constantly getting our wine glasses mixed up (and not because we are drunk, but because they all look the same). Well, I decided to remedy that this year by making my own DIY wine glass charms. They are so cute and easy, I'm sad I didn't think of them before! These are soooooo simple to make, you can still make them in time for Thanksgiving and certainly in time for any Christmas gatherings you are hosting!
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DIY Wine Glass Charms
- Cricut or other cutting machine *at the time this post went live the Cricut Air Explore bundles are $30 off–fantastic deals to be had! Click here to check them out!*
- Pens that fit your cutting machine
- I used Cricut pens (Gel Tip 0.8 Glitter Black and 0.4 Tip Sour Apple)
*My tutorial is based on using a Cricut machine and Cricut Design Space, but it can be adapted for other machines and design software.*
1) If you want to use the exact design I designed for my wine glass charms, start by clicking here to download the winter laurel graphic–it's absolutely free.
2) Then, click here to access the template I created in Design Space and follow the steps in the video below for the rest of the tutorial :)
After you carefully remove the wine glass charms from your cutting mat, slip them on your wine glasses and you are all set! I love how they turned out. Check them out.
Now go make some so you can enjoy wine with your friends and family without worrying about getting your glasses mixed up :)
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