DIY Fruit Glasses on The Hallmark Channel’s Home and Family Show

DIY Fruit Glasses on The Hallmark Channel's Home and Family Show

As much as I am looking forward to the fall, I am trying to embrace the bright and fresh feels of summer while it is here. These DIY Fruit inspired glasses are pretty stinkin’ cute if I do say so myself. These are so easy, you can get your kids involved, or even throw a party with your friends and include this craft as a fun thing to do while hanging out.

I will post the video soon!

DIY Fruit Glasses on The Hallmark Channel's Home and Family Show

DIY Fruit Glasses on The Hallmark Channel's Home and Family Show

 

Materials for Watermelon Wine Glasses
  • Stemless wine glasses
  • Light green acrylic paint
  • Dark green acrylic paint
  • Painters tape
  • Paint brush
  • Black paint pen
Materials for Lemon Champagne Glasses
  • Champagne glass
  • Yellow yarn
  • Super glue or E6000 glue
  • White paint pen (I have been using craft smart paint pens)

Directions for Watermelon Wine Glasses

1) Apply the painters tape around the center of the glass, making sure it is on tightly to achieve clean lines

2) Apply the dark green paint with a paint brush, allow to dry

3) Apply another layer of the dark green paint and then immediately, using the same paint brush, apply some of the lighter paint making sure not to blend too much. This will create the look like lines like a real watermelon

4) Allow to dry, then remove the painter’s tape

5) Use the black paint pen to draw “seeds” onto the glass as desired

6) Tip: don’t draw the seeds too close to the top of the glass where you would drink to avoid any paint chipping or wearing away

Directions for Lemon Champagne Glasses

1) Apply a small amount of glue onto the bottom of the glass and attach the yarn, holding it until it dries and stays on its own

2) Apply more glue and wrap the yarn tightly around the glass about half way up

3) Cut the end of the yarn and secure with more glue and

4) Tip: make sure to only apply glue where the yarn will be since the super glue could leave marks on the glass

5) Use the white paint pen to draw “seeds” on the glass as desired

6) Tip: don’t draw the seeds too close to the top of the glass where you would drink to avoid any paint chipping or wearing away

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