DIY Personlized Holographic GLITTER wine glasses - GNO, bachelorette, or birthday party - Great gift idea!

I made several of these the other night for friends and one for a special to visit to see my BFF for a movie and wine night. She loved it!

I love how they turned out!

 I worked that day and had about three hours before I was leaving for her house. I stopped by Target on the way home and found these wine glasses for $4.20 for a pack of 4! Since I wasn't sure how they would or IF they would turn out, I didn't mind using cheap glasses. It was more of a novelty gift anyway.

Mod Podge
Masking tape
Holographic glitter ((ooooh ahhhh....I LOVE holographic glitter)
Wine glasses
Letter stickers (optional)

What is holographic glitter you ask? WHAT!!!??? Seriously!!?? It's just the best thing ever! Like mini rainbows in each tiny speck! NO comparison to regular glitter. Once you use holographic you'll be hooked.

Taped around the glass keeping the tape low enough that the glitter wouldn't be too close to your mouth when taking a drink and high enough that you didn't hold the glitter when holding the glass. Some still comes off even when they are dry.

Placed sticker and applied Mod Podge.

Covered with glitter.
It dries really quick so work fast :)

I used a piece of paper to catch the excess glitter. Didn't want to waste any!

I had to use the inside of the glass to locate the letter sticker and pulled it off carefully before the glue dried. 

Try to removed the tape right after you add the glitter. I didn't want to wait for it to dry and risk it pulling away some of the glitter. 

Once the glasses were dry I scratched off a tiny spot of glue with my nail where it smudged. 

Hand wash only! I wouldn't put these in the dishwasher but I rinsed the outside and hand washed the edge and inside of the glass and the glitter stayed perfectly!

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  2. These glasses look lovely. Do you not have to put anything over the glitter to seal it on?