Saturday, December 28, 2013

Happy New Year painted party wine glass tutorial

Ring in the New Year with an easy to paint confetti party wine glass.  Quick and easy to paint just like a coloring book and when you bake them in your home oven they are top rack dishwasher safe although I recommend hand washing. Having a party? Set your table with these party-centric wine glasses, put some noisemakers and a napkin in each one and your guests will have a party favor to use again and again.

You will need:

Wine glass

Alcohol and paper towels

Paint pen for glass in black

Various colors of enamel acrylic paint pots for glass (You can get them in paint pot sets of several colors) 

Small paintbrush

Home oven

1.  Wipe down your wine glass with alcohol to remove any oils.

2.  Using the paint pen draw little squares and triangles all around the wine glass.  In between         the shapes make some curl (Streamer) shapes. Add as many as you like.  (See photo tutorial for streamer step-by-step)  Let dry.

 Step 1:  Follow the steps on your wine glass to make the streamer, it helps to do it on a piece of paper to use as a guide

Step 2

Step 3

Step 4

Finished streamer, add little squares and triangles for the confetti

3.  Use a small paintbrush to fill in all the squares, triangles and streamers with different colors.  Let dry. 

Fill in the streamers with two colors.  Paint the top of the curl a darker shade on top and lighter under and then fill in the confetti with various colors all around. Just like a coloring book!
4.  Place your wine glass/glasses on a cookie sheet and set your oven to 350 degrees.  Bake for 30 minutes (no it will not melt) let the glasses cool in the oven. These glasses would be great for Birthdays too!


  1. I've always wanted to do this! Thanks for the detailed tutorial. Stop by and make a wine carry bag to go with the c

  2. We love this, Crystal! Thanks for linking it up in the Crafty Showcase. We are giving you a Facebook shout out later today! Happy New Year!

  3. I love the way they turned out! I've wanted to try something like this. Thank you for linking up to Tips and Tricks!


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