Halloween Wine Glasses (Candle Holders)

HALLOWEEN WINE GLASSES (CANDLE HOLDERS)

Materials Used: Dollar Store Wine Glasses, Glitter Blast Spray Paint HERE (Colors used, Citrus Dream, Diamond Dust, Orange Burst, Starry Night, Grape or Fierce Fuchsia) , Felt, craft foam for witch hat, Sharpie (black and red), Cheese Cloth or Similar material, Rafia, Hot glue and Hot glue gun, and Misc. embellishments. (looking for the glitter spray CLICK HERE for where I purchase mine)

Directions: Make sure your glasses are clean then simply spray them with the glitter spray and let dry for 24 hours. Once dry you can embellish them any way you want to, I used things I had around the house.
TEMPLATE: HERE is a very basic template for the felt pieces.
NOTE: When spraying these you must treat it like any spray paint, you need to do it in coats and spray at a slight distance, if you get to close or spay too much in one spot at a time then the paint/ glitter can run. Shake the can VERY well before spraying to mix the glitter, this also helps to keep the can from clogging. If you live in a cold/ damp climate you need to take caution when spraying it may not tack up if its too cold out (you can spray them in a garage or somewhere warmer to help, but be careful of over spray in this case).
NOTE: These are for decoration purpose only, not meant for actual food use.

 IF YOU LIKE THESE MAKE SURE TO CHECK OUT MY OTHER WINEGLASS CREATIONS HERE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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5 Comments

  1. KATT

    I Love this! Awesome 😉😉😉

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  2. Shauna Bee

    The witch looks like Broom Hilda from Bugs Bunny cartoons! Needs a couple of the old style bobby pins

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  3. Sheena S.

    So cute &creative!

    Reply
  4. Kelly

    Any words of wisdom of how you sprayed the orange/green glitter for the fall wine glass? I love the blending look!

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    1. Sheena (Post author)

      Hi there, I spray mine in two parts, I spray the first color on the base of the glass (wide portion) then I spray the stem with the second color and fade the stem color down over top of the base color, this gives it the faded/ blended look 😉

      Reply

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