Wine Cup Upcycle
A promise is a promise, so here it is...the wine cup upcycle. If you follow me here, you'll remember the post that showed you how to remove adhesive from sticky labels. I used the wine cups as an example and I promised to show you how I upcycled them. If you missed it, click HERE. Let's take a look at my first project:
I put an empty wine cup in the middle of my Pairpoint Silver Bowl, surrounded it with Pinecones and a little greenery (yes, it really is blue...I think it's a blue spruce shrub)) from the garden. I added a set of 10 battery-powered lights to the bowl and a battery-powered tea light to the cup. Have another look:
Here's a better look at the bowl:
I didn't stop there, though. Out came some craft supplies...
Brushed some Mod Podge on the cup:
Applied some paper napkins, don't forget to separate the layers so you only have one!
Smoothed the edges:
Until it looked like this:
The top edge was trimmed off, a second coat of mod podge was applied, and some gold trim was added to make it look like this:
A battery-operated tealight was added to this one too. Then I made another one with different napkins:
It was difficult to get a good pic of the light shining through. You'l have to trust me, they look really pretty!
There are a few more ideas floating around in my head, so don't be surprised if you see these wine cups again, but these seemed appropriate since the holidays are here and, it's winter. Have a great weekend everyone and stay warm!
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Adorable! And I love your napkins and the trim!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Kim. I have a few more that still need ideas...and, chances are, there will be more! LOLDelete
Your centrepiece is beautiful and I love what you're doing with the wine cups .... and totally envious that you can actually buy wine in cups like this!!ReplyDelete
Check with your local liquor store, Kate. I wouldn't have known about them, but the owner recommended them to me. Thank you for stopping by!Delete
Wonderful upcycle! I just love Mod Podge - so great to work with and you can create so many fun things. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Chas. Mod Podge certainly is great stuff... Always a pleasure to have you stop byDelete
Great way to upcycle bottles. I just discovered decoupage with napkins this year and I love it. Thanks for sharing on MM.ReplyDelete
Decoupage is one of my favorites! Thanks for stopping by the Cottage.Delete
Great idea!! Very pretty!! Thanks so much for stopping by!!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Debbie!Delete
So Cute! I have never tried decoupage with napkins. It looks fantastic.ReplyDelete
It's not hard at all, you should give it a try! Here's a link to by tutorial with a few tips:Delete
Thanks for stopping by and if you have any questions, I'd be happy to help.
These are adorable! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Cecilia.Delete
this is so adorable, my mother loves birds I am sure this tree would be one of her all time favsReplyDelete
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Thank you, Angie.Delete
This are so adorable. I love those peacock napkins. Please stop by Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop since you are my feature.
Have a wonderful holiday season.
Thank you, Bev. I will!Delete