There is no party without a proper bar or bar cart, and in addition to decoration, you can also buy barware and accessories that are suitable for the party. Today we’re looking at some tutorials on how to make wine and champagne glasses that are perfect for a New Years party.
What better way to start the holidays than with a celebratory DIY! These badass champagne flutes are an easy way to celebrate a Christmas party, and your guests will be hard to believe when you tell them you made them yourself. Go to the source to find out how these glasses are made.
There are tons of DIY gold accent glassware tutorials out there already, but these are simple wine glasses that are a little more festive for the holidays and make a fun little vacation weekend project. They can be easily implemented in a short time. The easiest option is of course to paint on points. Whether it’s perfectly spaced polka dots or a random spotted confetti effect, dots require very little precision, are super cute, festive and chic, and also resemble the fun you’re drinking right now.
Make some etched snowflake wine glasses! The best part about using caustic cream instead of a frosted “paint” is that the caustic cream is permanent. This means you can put these babies in the dishwasher without worrying about washing up all of your hard work. And of course you will enjoy these glasses for years to come! They were pretty easy to make and the result looks so good.
Buy some simple glasses and turn them into a set of very stylish Christmas flutes! Some of them are covered with dots, others are labeled CHEERS. Instead of spending a fortune on them, just make glass yourself! Read the instructions in the source and make your bar awesome! The paint is dishwasher safe! It is recommended to wait 3 days after baking before baking.
These glittering glasses are perfect for an upcoming New Years Eve celebration or a celebration related to that. Adding a little sparkle or personalization can add that “wow” factor to your event. These glasses only need a few supplies and some time. The glitter color is available in different colors and you can personalize the glasses with names, dates or whatever you think is right. Make some of these glasses for your own home or give them away as gifts.
Do you need pretty glasses for a New Years party? Whether you actually put champagne or sparkling wine in these glasses, or you go for mocktails that are suitable for all ages, these are great. This is how cute these would be if you made them for a bridal or baby shower, holidays, birthdays and just plain fun days. You want to be more unusual than usual! You can also find monogram stickers and use them as fun gifts too. Read the tutorial and get inspired!
These are so easy to make and a great way to spice up boring jars that you might have around the house! For every party you get very stylish and modern dipped wine glasses that look very glamorous and bold. Read the tutorial and make them for your parties!
Decorate your Prosecco glasses with a festive and loose gold ombre rim with a tasteless, food-safe gold mist. If necessary, the flutes can be prepared a few days in advance and then simply filled with sparkling wine shortly before the guests arrive. Cheers to stress-free entertainment!
Did you know that if your gemstones start to lose their luster and your silver pieces start to tarnish, you don't have to professionally clean them or pay for a jewelry cleaner with harsh chemicals? Using simple ingredients you already have, you can make your own jewelry cleaner at home! These DIYs will help you make your jewelry glow again. Read it up!
This DIY will leave your jewels clean and shiny in less than 15 minutes. This recipe works best for silver and gold jewelry. If you have any questions about the care of specific gemstones, check out a guide given in the source. Let them shine brightly again!
If your favorite jewelry just doesn't have the same shine instead of buying expensive cleaning solutions or opting for a professional scrub, try this easy DIY jewelry cleaner. With ingredients you already have in your pantry, this preparation costs pennies and doesn't use harsh chemicals - just the power of science. And you can give your old toothbrush a new life by gently scrubbing the jewels after soaking them. Before you know it, your particular gemstones are going to be dazzling.
Save money and time by cleaning your own jewelry! Naturally clean your rings, earrings, necklaces, and bracelets without the use of harsh chemicals. Making your own jewelry cleaner will not only save you money, it will also save you time as it only takes around 10 to 15 minutes.
It's hard not to fall in love with a new piece of jewelry when it's this sparkling. However, it doesn't take long for the sparkle to fade if you wear a piece regularly - or if it just sits in your jewelry box. Ingesting your jewelry for a professional clean does the job, but it's a butt pain. The good news is that professional cleaning is not required. It is entirely possible to beautify your own jewelry with common cleaning products that most of us already have at home. This tutorial will teach you how to clean any type of jewelry. However, note that for soft stones such as opals and pearls, methods involving chemicals or other harsh and abrasive cleaning agents are not recommended.
If you have tarnished jewelry that needs a good cleaning, try making this homemade jewelry cleaner. You probably already have all of the ingredients you need and it will only take about 20 minutes! After this cleaning, your jewelry will look like new. Take a look!
This project is about the purification of real gold and diamonds. This is not for costume jewelry. Baking soda, which is the main ingredient in this cleaner, shouldn't be used on costume jewelry as it can be too abrasive and damage your jewelry. However, there are other easy ways to clean costume jewelry as well. Before trying this DIY jewelry cleaning method, make sure you are working with jewelry that is solid gold through and through to ensure you don't tarnish it.
This project is about cleaning different types of jewelry. These simple recipes can help you make jewelry cleaner so your pieces stay bright and shiny without having to turn to the professionals. The recipes contain essential oils, vinegar, toothpaste. Choose the best idea based on how often you wear jewelry and how dirty it gets. Enjoy!
We all want to know how to clean diamond rings because there really are some more fascinating things than seeing your engagement ring sparkle and dance in the light after it's freshly polished and cleaned. It's only natural to want to keep that bling! And while you can always take it to a jeweler for a professional clean, can you buff it at home? This tutorial introduces some ideas on how to clean such rings at home without harming them. Get inspired!