Crafting is a fun way to unwind and relax, let off some steam and just enjoy some time in a creative space. These DIY glitter margarita glasses are a great way to get your creative crafting juices flowing! Once you are done you can use them to relax even further. DIY margarita glasses make an excellent addition to any bar.
I love making projects like these glitter margarita glasses. There’s not too much too it, the end result is beautiful, and creating them as a gift is even more fun.
Like most of the projects I share, you can customize these DIY glitter margarita glasses to suit your color and design tastes! You can use those glasses to work your way through this book of Crazy Good Margaritas once they’re dry!
DIY Glitter Margarita Glasses
This is a fun, easy to do, craft project. The great thing is that these make an excellent addition to our Margarita Jar Gift Tray project as well! Most of these supplies are able to be picked up at your local craft store on online via the links provided. Don’t forget that the Mod Podge needs to be the dishwasher safe variety AND it needs to cure for 28 days before use. If you are making them for gifts you’ll want to plan accordingly.
Materials Needed for DIY Margarita Glasses:
Directions for Making Glitter Margarita Glasses:
Wipe down the stem and base of each glass with alcohol. Set aside to dry. Do not touch the stem area once you’ve wiped it down.
Using a brush, put a thin layer of Mod Podge on the stem and base of your glass.
Gently sprinkle glitter onto the Mod Podge with a plate under the glass to catch the extra glitter.
Repeat for the desired number of glasses.
To add the additional colors, use a brush width amount of Mod Podge on the stem.
Sprinkle more glitter on the Mod Podge and repeat until you have the desired number of colors. Set aside to dry on wax paper for 2 hours.
Apply a second coat of Mod Podge to the surface of the glitter letting dry completely between coats. Repeat 2 to 3 times. Let glasses cure for 28 days before placing them into the dish washer. Read the Mod Podge instruction for full details on the curing process.
Pour the remaining glitter into the container by bending the paper plate in half and pouring it back into the container.