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Martini Glass Charms

This is Jennifer Ingle with you today and I am going to show you how to create some super fun martini glass charms!

  1.  To begin, cut 1 ¼” circles from white paper using your die cut machine.  (You can use punches or other means if you have them.)

  1.  Cut 1 ½” circles from the creamy cardstock in the color of your choice.

  1.  Stamp sentiments and images onto the white circles.  I chose to do four sentiments and four coordinating images so I could pair them on the glasses.

  1.  Adhere the white circles to the red circles.

  1.  Punch a hole at the top of each circle, add jump ring.  Tie a length of elastic string to each jump ring.  Make sure these are large enough to stretch over the bottom of the glasses you intend to use them on, but small enough so they don’t easily slip off the glass.

  1.  Tie a colored bow on each jump ring to accent each charm.  Add a bit of color to each image with markers.

  1.  Slip two coordinating charms over the stem of each glass and there you have it!  A fun, and interesting set of handmade martini charms!  If you plan to use them more than once, I suggest laminating them after they are colored.

These also make fun little take home favors for your guests or even a great way to add something fun and handmade to a wedding table or GNO activity!

Go make something fabulous!

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  1. Ruth G

    Thanks for showing how to make these! I love the bright colors! So fun!

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  2. Connie L. Riley

    Jennifer, these are a great idea for gifts and something that can be tailored to the decor of anyone's taste!  I love them!

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  3. Denise Bryant

    Really cute charms! I love the ribbons to adorn them! Adds a great splash of color too!
    DeniseB

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  4. Miriam Prantner

    These are cute and so easy! Love!

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  5. sue wisniewski

    I'm not a drinker but a good idea.  maybe could use them for deserts.
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

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  6. Barb Ghigliotty

    Such a fun idea ~ Thanks so much for your inspiration!

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  7. rush

    what a neat idea!  thank you for sharing.

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  8. Lucy

    These would make a great gift for friends who actually drink martinis (or wine).  I suppose I could always drink my lemonade or water or coffee in a stemmed glass.  They really are cute — and so easy and inexpensive.

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  9. Johanna D

    Awesome idea – there's so much you can do with these, for all different themes/occasions! 

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  10. Linda R.

    These are just too cute!  Thanks for sharing!

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  11. Sue D

    Very fun idea!

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  12. Donna Sue

    Very nice & easy project!

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  13. Kim H

    Great idea, love that you can personalize them too.  Thanks for sharing a chance to win.

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  14. sharon gullikson

    Good idea. They are cute AND practical.

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  15. Karen L K

    What a great idea!

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  16. ava

    great ideal

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  17. Melinda Wilson

    Great idea and these would be so easy to personalize with the person's name.

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  18. Kristie Maynard

    These are so darn cute!  So easy that they can be made for any party or occasion wth out a lot of expense.  TFS! 

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  19. kathy/NorthCarolina

    These are great, and you could adapt them to any occasion: baby shower, wedding shower, birthday party, etc.  Thanks!

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  20. lalo

    So cool!!!  Need to make these!!!

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  21. Nicole Martel

    LOVE this! Very neat!

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  22. Charlene

    Love this…elastic string, be mine!

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  23. AnnetteH

    Fun & Super Easy!
    I especially like that guests could take them home

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  24. Charlotte Zweigoron

    In most cases, the strongest thing I drink is coffee!!  However, I do have stemmed glasses for my everyday glassware so this would work for me.  It is such a cute idea and so simple!!  I could make these for card club or any occasion where we have extra folks around.  Others I've seen were just too expensive…  these would be personal and inexpensive!!  TFS!!

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  25. Anita A

    What a fun gift idea!

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  26. Charlotte Zweigoron

     Really cuye

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  27. Jamie Greene

    This is a great idea!  Really cute:)

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  28. steph d.

    cute idea.  i have to try your elastic cord :)!  tfs! 

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  29. Christina

    Very cute! 

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