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Confetti Champagne Glasses

Confetti Champagne Glasses @amandaformaro Crafts by Amanda

Here’s a pretty way to dress up your glasses for the big New Year’s Eve celebration. They sparkle and shine as the lights bounces off the glitter drips. Your guests will love them! A fun way to usher in the new year with friends.

FYI – air drying is 21 days HOWEVER you can still use these once they are dry to the touch. Just don’t put them in the dishwasher until they are cured. You can carefully rinse them out and let them air dry. :)

Confetti Champagne Glasses @amandaformaro Crafts by Amanda

I used [amazon_link id="B008PY3BL8" target="_blank" ]plastic champaign glasses[/amazon_link] for this project and it worked great! You can certainly use glass, but plastic is a lot less expensive, especially if you plan to make several.

Confetti Champagne Glasses @amandaformaro Crafts by Amanda

Turn glasses upside down on work surface. Using the Crystal paint, add one drop at a time around the bottom of the glass near the edge.

Confetti Champagne Glasses @amandaformaro Crafts by Amanda

Keep turning the glass and adding drops, one at a time, on top of the other drops until it stars to dribble down the side of the glass.

Confetti Champagne Glasses @amandaformaro Crafts by Amanda

Do not over do it, you only want the drips to go about half way down the glass.

Confetti Champagne Glasses @amandaformaro Crafts by Amanda

Use the handle end of a paintbrush dipped in the gloss enamel paints to ad dots in between the Crystal drips. Make some of the dots large and some small, alternating colors throughout the design.

Confetti Champagne Glasses @amandaformaro Crafts by Amanda

Add a few tiny dots going up toward the rim of the glass, staying about 2-inches from the actual rim. Allow to dry and follow directions on bottle for curing (usually 21 days air dry or can be baked after 48 hours of air drying).

Confetti Champagne Glasses @amandaformaro Crafts by Amanda

Hand washing with a soft cloth or top dishwasher rack is best!

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Confetti Champagne Glasses

Rating: 51

Confetti Champagne Glasses

What you need:

  • 2 champagne glasses
  • Americana Crystal Gloss Enamel paint - Crystal
  • Americana Gloss Enamel Paints
  • Festive Green
  • Saffron Yellow
  • White
  • Baby Pink
  • Lavender
  • Razzle Berry
  • Calypso Blue
  • Black

What you do:

  1. Wash and dry champagne glasses thoroughly. Turn glasses upside down on work surface.
  2. Using the Crystal paint, add one drop at a time around the bottom of the glass near the edge. Keep turning the glass and adding drops, one at a time, on top of the other drops until it stars to dribble down the side of the glass. Do not over do it, you only want the drips to go about half way down the glass.
  3. Use the handle end of a paintbrush dipped in the gloss enamel paints to ad dots in between the Crystal drips. Make some of the dots large and some small, alternating colors throughout the design. Add a few tiny dots going up toward the rim of the glass, staying about 2-inches from the actual rim.
  4. Allow to dry and follow directions on bottle for curing (usually 21 days air dry or can be baked after 48 hours of air drying).
  5. Hand washing with a soft cloth or top dishwasher rack are recommended.
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15 Responses to Confetti Champagne Glasses

  1. 1
    julie says:

    Amanda I am usually a big fan but this tease is too much! These glasses are adorable but we don’t have 21 days to air cure.:( But I will sure remember this for next year!

    • 1.1

      I know! I’m sorry about that Julie. BUT just so you know, you CAN use them as soon as they are dry, you just can’t put them in the dishwasher or wash them vigorously. So you STILL could make and use these! :)

  2. 2

    […] I really wish I had time to make a set of these confetti painted champagne flutes for New Year’s Eve! […]

  3. 3
    Carmen M. says:

    These look like so much fun… Will need to remember this for my Daughters 21st birthday in March!

  4. 4

    How cute, Amanda! These would be great for any celebration!

  5. 5
    jet says:

    Happy new year.
    this is awesome, love it, well done. i will try to make one.
    Thank you for the tute and the sharing;-D

  6. 6
    Josie McHale says:

    Great idea! I love what you did with the confetti design champagne glasses. So going to try that with mine. Definitely makes it way more festive!

  7. 7

    […] Click for Tutorial […]

  8. 8
    Deanna says:

    I’m planning my Girl Scout year for next year. This is perfect for my Cadettes on our New Year’s Eve Sleepover! AWESOME idea! I’ve used a few of your ideas with my troop.

  9. 9
    Barbara says:

    Terrific

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