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How to Glitter Wine Glasses with LESS MESS & Add Vinyl Decals!

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Wine glasses make great gifts, and they’re so easy to personalize! Vinyl-decorated glasses are popular, but glitter wine glasses have been popping up everywhere, and I can totally see why. They look so chic, especially when you add a matching vinyl decal or monogram for a gift set! But as with any glittery project – I was nervous about how much glitter would get on the glasses compared to my workspace. I came up with some great techniques to keep the glitter contained!

Credit for the dry erase marker tip goes to Lisa Schilling — check out her video at

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* 1 Each 15 oz Stemless Wine Glass –
* 1 Roll Cricut Silver Adhesive Foil –
* 1 Pack Cricut Adhesive Vinyl Brights Sampler –
* 1 Pack Cricut Adhesive Vinyl Tropical Sampler –
* 1 Roll Cricut Green Shimmer Adhesive Vinyl –
* 1 Roll Cricut Red Shimmer Adhesive Vinyl –
* 1 Roll Cricut Glossy Black Permanent Adhesive Vinyl —
* 1 Roll Cricut Gold Permanent Adhesive Vinyl –
* 1 Container The Glitter Guy Glitter – I used:
—— Midas Touch –
—— Under The Sea –
—— Gritty –
—— You’re A Mean One –
—— Ice – — use code JENNIFERMAKER for a discount at check out!
* 1 Container Black Glitter –
* Dishwasher safe Mod Podge –
* A method to cut your vinyl: I used the amazing Cricut Maker 3, but you can also use the Cricut Maker, Cricut Explore Series, or Cricut Joy –
* Cricut Green StandardGrip Mat (12″ x 12″)
* Brayer Tool –
* Weeding Tool –
* Scraper Tool –
* Scissors –
* Cricut StandardGrip Transfer Tape –
* Cricut StrongGrip Transfer Tape – if you use shimmer vinyl on glitter glasses –
* Isopropyl Alcohol –
* Coffee Filters –
* Dry Erase Marker –
* Ruler –
* Painter’s Tape –
* Paintbrush – A flat wide paintbrush worked best for me. Not a foam brush. –
* Nitrile Gloves –
* Plastic Cups –
* Plastic Tote -OR- Cardboard Box – large and deep enough to help contain the excess glitter
* Design #447 (My free SVG/PDF/DXF design files (available in my free resource library at )

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Introduction: PixelBytes (my child!)
Music: Cute by Bensound (licensed, royalty and copyright free)
Videography: Jennifer Marx on a Panasonic Lumix FZ-1000 DSLR 4K camera
Design: A Jennifer Maker original!

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