Bride & Groom Champagne Flutes

Bride & Groom Champagne Flutes

Posted by DecoArt on Jun 5th 2014

There's no denying that we're entering PRIME wedding season, and there's a good chance you know someone getting married or will be attending a wedding soon!  Usually the bride & groom are registered, which makes gift giving a bit more simple, but sometime its nice to add a gift with a bit more meaning...and what's more meaningful than something you've handmade for them!?

Items Needed:

  • Water Basin
  • Paint Brush
  • Toothpick
  • Paper Towel


Starting with the groom's glass, begin by painting a straight line around the circumference of the glass, then outlining the shape of the tux using Americana's Frost Gloss Enamel in White

TIP:  I always paint with toothpicks when I'm working on tiny, detailed projects.  Toothpicks enable you to keep lines slimmer and straighter.

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Once you've outlined the grooms tux, use the small paint brush to fill in the remaining space with one light coat of the Frost Gloss Enamel in White.

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Finish the groom's glass by adding a bow tie using the Multi-Surface paint in Black Tie.

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Moving along to the bride's glass, use the Frost Gloss paint in White and a toothpick to draw scalloped curves around the circumference of the glass.  Draw the curves into whatever shape you'd like the brides gown to be (I drew mine into a simple sweetheart cut).

Use the Frost Gloss Paint in White and a paint brush to fill in the remaining space.

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Polish off the bride's dress by adding a simple necklace!  Use a toothpick to place small dots above the dress.  I used Americana's Glamour Dust Paint in Ice Crystal (if you'd prefer the necklace without the sparkle you can use Americana's Multi-Surface paint in Cotton Ball instead).

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Once both glasses are complete, bake them both in the oven for 30 minutes at 325 degrees.  Once cooled, they'll be ready for their toast, cheers!

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