Glassware is cheap.
You can pick it up for a few bucks at a dollar store or Target. And, as it turns out, it’s also pretty easy to turn ordinary, unexciting glasses into something cute and fun! Check out these great tutorials to make some customized glasses that you’re sure to love.
Festive Gold Flutes via KristiMurphy
These plain tumblers were given some gold lettering, and are so festive now! Your guests will love to enjoy a refreshing drink from these, and they’ll be super impressed that you made them yourself. But who says you have to tell them?
Chalkboard Wine Glasses via JustShortOfCrazy
You never want to get your drinks confused. Chalkboard paint to the rescue! Great for writing names and doodling doodles.
Anthropologie Confetti Tumblers via RadicalPossiblity
Anthropologie always has the best stuff–and the biggest price tag. This clever crafter has figured out a way out of spending a ton of cash, and these glasses look just as good!
Frosted Tumblers via VickyBarone
For a retro-y feel, check out this frosted tumbler tutorial. With a little paint and tape, this look is easy to accomplish.
Glitter Champagne Glasses via SomethingTurquoise
These glasses are classy and cute. Make your champagne glasses as sparkly as the wine that goes into them!
Colorful Lines Tumbler Tutorial via Decor4All
Add just a touch of color to your glasses with this tutorial. Make a matching set, or use different colors to help keep track of whose is whose on party night.
Updated Thrift Store Glasses via BHG
Customize your glassware with names or sayings. This tutorial is easy as pie to follow, and the results are adorable.
DIY Vintage Pyrex via NellieBellie
Martha Stewart glass paint is great, and this tutorial is too! It walks you through the steps to turn those boring Pyrex containers into something worth looking at.
Colored Mason Jars via LilyShop
If you know how to dye glass a different color, you can pretty much write your own ticket in this world–or, at least, have some really pretty glassware.
Metallic Glass DIY via SarahHearts
What a pretty way to dress up plain old glasses! They’re also way cheaper than the $34 glasses they were made to look like.
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Have you ever tried any DIY glassware projects before?