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How to Make Your Own Gold Tumbler & Glasses for Your Next Entertaining Gig

Gold glasses and tumbler DIY how to

Are you tired of your current glassware situation? Revamping drinking glasses is a super easy task and it is amazing how in only a few steps, you can turn those old glasses into a stylish one-of-a-kind set. This glass and tumbler DIY will have you ready to go for the next stylish party you host.

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Make Your Own Gold Tumbler and Glasses for Your Next Party

Materials Required:

  • Any old glasses
  • One tumbler
  • Gold permanent vinyl
  • Transfer paper
  • Cricut machine
  • Scissors
  • Measuring tape
  • Rubbing alcohol (optional)

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Make Your Own Gold Tumbler and Glasses for Your Next Party

Step One: Measure, Clean Your Tumbler & Glasses 

Start by cleaning the tumbler and glasses with warm water and soap and then let them dry for a few minutes. You can clean the exterior of the glass with rubbing alcohol afterwards. Then, grab your measuring tape and measure the glasses and tumbler to calculate the size of your design.

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Make Your Own Gold Tumbler and Glasses for Your Next Party

Step Two: Design Shapes & Cut Them 

Using a Cricut machine and permanent gold vinyl, you can cut different shapes and styles in only a few minutes. As soon as the designs are cut, remove the excess vinyl very carefully.

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Make Your Own Gold Tumbler and Glasses for Your Next Party

Step Three: Prepare the Shapes Using Transfer Tape

Grab your transfer tape and place it on top of the design sheets. Using your scissors, cut them all one by one.

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Make Your Own Gold Tumbler and Glasses for Your Next Party

Step Four: Add the Gold Vinyl 

Transfer the gold vinyl pieces one by one to the glasses and tumbler. Make sure you use a scraper to eliminate any bubbles that may occur while transferring them onto the glass. Then remove the transfer tape and voila, your DIY tumbler and glasses are complete!

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Make Your Own Gold Tumbler and Glasses for Your Next Party

Step Five: Tips to Maintain Your Set

Now that you’ve finished transferring all of the permanent vinyl, it is important that you only use the glasses and tumbler to serve cold drinks (hot beverages will deteriorate the glue of the vinyl in the long run). Lastly, always hand wash your new glassware set.

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Make Your Own Gold Tumbler and Glasses for Your Next Party Make Your Own Gold Tumbler and Glasses for Your Next Party Make Your Own Gold Tumbler and Glasses for Your Next Party

Images courtesy of Maca Atencio



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