It’s a late post today, but I wanted to share an incredible resource for holiday home DIY ideas and share my DIY wreath wine glass charms. Hometalk.com as well as CountryLiving.com have teamed up to host an enormous link up that shares wonderful DIY home projects perfect for the holidays. Both, Hometalk.com and CountryLiving.com, will showcase their favorites! Have a new holiday project to share? Link up at the end of this post so that you can have your own DIY projects seen by Hometalk and CountryLiving! Use #HomeforChristmas to share your ideas over social media! I’ll be sharing over Instagram, so be sure to follow me if you haven’t already.
To kick off the link-up, I’m sharing my easy DIY wreath wine glass charms. I like to think I can be the hostess with the mostess, but frankly there are some things that I just forget when I’m entertaining. Wine glass charms are one of the most important things to have on hand when hosting holiday dinners and parties. Each charm is assigned to a specific guest and makes it easy to identify their wine glass amongst the sea of wine glasses.
No need to buy these charms when you can make them on your own! Show off your love of the holidays by making these wreath wine glass charms.
I used a 6 pack of mini wreaths purchased at Michael’s craft store, a set of jewelry rings, and some stud stickers also from Michael’s.
Remove the bow and hanging string from the mini wreath. Then, hang the wreath on the jewelry ring.
Use a glue gun to attach the stud stickers to your mini wreaths. Have fun making designs with the stickers. Remember that each wreath should be different so that your guests can identify their own wine glass charm.
This project is so easy and very customizable. In fact, this would be a great project to have your guests do at your holiday party! Or, have your guests keep the wreath wine glass charms as a party favor.
I can’t wait to show off these DIY wreath wine glass charms at my next dinner party! What do you think is a must have entertaining item?
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