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Anthropologie Inspired Confetti Glasses // DIY // Old Fashion Recipe

Friday, August 22, 2014




I fell in love with these glasses at Anthropolgie. They are colorful, fun and a great size. But $30? Paaalease. I don't have that kind of money, but a few bucks into thrift store glasses and a package of paint pens...I am pretty darn happy with this equivalent.

Supplies:
Glasses- Found these at the thrift for $1 a piece! Also found some cute ones at the 99cent store
Paint Pens- this brand was called "Painters" that I found at Joann's (and used my coupon!) for about $10 (but with coupon about $6).**You can use a lot of different brands, just make sure it says it can be used on a glass surface!**

Project Total: $10 !!!


Dot Away....I would focus on one color. Let it set and dry for 2 minutes- you can even work on another glass, by the time I was done with 4 glasses, the first one was dry. Then you can choose another color and continue to dot away....
Keep on Keepin' on.....to get a "full" dotted look I did A LOT of them. I also switched from medium to fine pen widths for variety.


I think the Fiesta Colorful one is my favorite! 

For best results let them dry for an entire day then...
To seal the paint put glass in a cold oven and set it to 350 degrees and let them "cook" for 30 minutes, turn oven off, let the glasses cool down in the oven then take them out and let them cool
I recommend hand-washing these beauties


My Summer drink of choice this year has been the Old Fashion, oh man is it good. Love me my night cap and the Hubs makes a perfect one! Now I have some fabulous new glasses for my favorite drink. Enjoy! Cheers!




Want some more confetti glass inspiration? Come check out the fun had at Kreative! Many women made their own versions of these glasses!


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30 comments:

  1. I LOVE this idea! I can't wait to try it. :)

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  2. Oh my gosh...those are adorable!! Love DIY stuff! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. these are so cute! i love anthro, and love diy hacks! :)

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    1. Best combo then...anthro and hack! win win ;)

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  4. I had no idea its so incredibly easy to make these! Thanks for sharing! :)
    CocoDrizzle

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  5. I love these ... and it's always good to have a drink recipe to go with pretty classes ;-)

    Stacy

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    1. Oh yea, its really all about the drink in the end ;) !!

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  6. What a fun way to jazz up some standard glasses!

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  7. These are absolutely adorable! Love the idea!

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  8. Really a great idea. What do I look for in the paint pens? Can you give brand and type? I would love to try this!

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    1. You can buy a lot of different kinds of paint pens, just make sure it specifies that it can used on glass. This particular brand is called "painters" and I bought them at Joanns =)

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  9. those are so cute! very clever. and seriously, even if your loaded, who needs to spend $30 on a drinking glass?!?

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  10. These look totally doable! Thank you so much for sharing at Thank Goodness It's Thursday {aka TGIT}! I'm so glad you did because it led me right to your blog and I am loving so many of your ideas and blog posts! :)

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    1. Thanks for coming over Becky! Always love sharing over at TGIT =)

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  11. These are SO pretty and look so fun to make! I definitely need to give it a try. Old Fashioneds are my fave, too:)

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    1. Thanks Ginnie! Old Fashions are the best!!!

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  12. soooooo gorgeous! thanks so much for linking at Twirl and Take a Bow! ox

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  13. Cassie, your glasses are even prettier than the Anthro version!! Thank you for sharing how to do it, I was wondering about "setting" the paint, good to know. I have a box of really inexpensive wine glasses I keep in my basement for parties and the holidays and such, I think this would be the perfect thing to do to jazz them up!! Thanks for sharing at Best of the Nest.

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    1. Thanks Lisa, your so sweet! Happy jazzing up your glasses =)

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  14. Super cute, Cassie ~ you have my wheels spinning, I think these would be great to make for my neighbors Christmas gifts! :)

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  15. I actually saw glasses just like these the other day in a store and they were crazy expensive! Great project! Thank you for sharing them at The Wednesday Roundup, they've been chosen as a feature for this week. Congrats! I hope you'll pop over again this week. http://foodyschmoodyblog.com/wednesday-roundup-week-41/

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  16. Hi Cassie! I just wanted to let you know that I LOVE your Anthro Inpirred Confetti Glasses, and I'm featuring you as one of my Rockstars this week from Creativity Unleashed!

    As a Rockstar you're in the running for this week's MEGA Rockstar! Grab your friends and come vote at http://www.theboldabode.com/2014/09/letters-rockstars-creativity-unleashed-week-35.html

    The MEGA Rockstar gets loads of love including:

    1. Shout outs on all my social media houses.
    2. A bucket full of Pins to my biggest group boards
    3. A big sidebar ad proclaiming them the MEGA Rockstar of the week
    4. And a feature in my weekly newsletter!

    Congratulations and Good Luck!!!

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  17. Would you believe I could not figure out which were the ones you created and which ones were $30? They look really awesome. I think the next time I go to the dollar store I'm going to grab four glasses and re-create this. Are you want Instagram? When I re-create this I'm going to send you a picture on Instagram I will tag you <3

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