Festive Confetti-Dotted Glasses

Anthropologie Inspired Confetti Glasses Kreative Recap

Anthropologie’s fun, colorful confetti glasses have caught the eye of many DIYers. Cassie from Kent Heartstrings sure couldn’t resist these pretties; however, the steep price tag was more than she wanted to pay. She says, “…$30? Paaalease. I don’t have that kind of money, but a few bucks into thrift store glasses and a package [...Read More]

Gold Dotted Glasses for $5

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As the name of her blog implies, Brittany from Addicted 2 Savings 4U is all about getting the high end look for less – like for under $5! She did just that when she recreated these glitzy dotted glasses inspired by Anthropologie. Brittany bought four glasses from the dollar store and then dotted away with [...Read More]

Dotted Glassware

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Intrigued by Anthro’s confetti glassware, Linda from It All Started with Paint decided to recreate her own using 99 cent thrift store glasses and glass paint pens. Linda’s daughter joined in the fun of dotting all their fun, party-worthy glasses. While this is a way easy project, it does require some patience since you will [...Read More]

Jute Covered Green Glass Jars

Heidi from Fostering a Creative Life has a love for jute that runs deep. When she saw some jute covered demijohns from Ballard, she knew she needed them and set out to find the perfect green glass jars. Heidi says, “The key is finding the right glassware to use and perfecting the technique of tight [...Read More]

Painted Confetti Party Ware

Instead of recycling her glass bottles and jars, Amanda from Crafts by Amanda turned them into this fun, colorful party ware. Amanda simply rinsed her jars thoroughly with rubbing alcohol, drew the desired design on the jars with her 3D writers, and baked them in the oven. And there you have it – party ware [...Read More]

Addison Candle Holders

Ashley from Purple Paisley Pinwheels created some stacked candle holders from some glassware found at Hobby Lobby.  The beauty of these pieces is that they can be used year round but look differently for each season or holiday. Her original inspiration came from the Addison Candle Holders at Pottery Barn which range in price from [...Read More]