If you’re into drinking wine, then chances are that you have your favorite cup or glass that you enjoy to drink out of. However, what if you wanted to take it to the next level, and personalize the glasses that you use for your wine drinking? If this sounds intriguing, then this is the article for you. If it doesn’t sound intriguing, then this is the article for you, too.
After all, although painting your wine glass may seem like a strange concept, allow us to explain why it is a good idea:
- It’s fun
- It offers a rare opportunity to allow you to flex your creative muscles
- It creates a conversation starter when you have friends over
- It creates a glass that is unique only to you and isn’t owned by anyone else in the world!
Sold yet on this idea? If not, then maybe you will be won over by one of these remarkable wine glass painting ideas.
Before You Begin: Here’s What You’ll Need
Just as painting a wine glass is a specific kind of craft, there are specific tools and materials that you will need before you start your creative journey. Here is a list of them:
- Glossy enamel paint
- Green painter’s tape
- Permanent markers
- An oven (for baking and “locking in” your design)
- Miniature jewels (optional, for bedazzling)
- Glue gun (optional)
- …and, of course, wine glasses!
15 Unique Wine Glass Painting Ideas
Holiday Themed Wine Glass Painting Ideas
These festive wine glass painting ideas are perfect if you plan to entertain this holiday season and want to have special glasses ready for all of your guests! Pro tip: you can even design each one with a specific guest in mind.
1. Glitter and Glam for the Christmas Season
One of the best things about this wine glass tutorial from Heart Love Always is that it can be catered to any holiday that you celebrate during the winter season — it doesn’t necessarily have to be about Christmas. It also gets bonus points for being achievable using only metallic Sharpie markers. Not only does this mean that it is a bit easier to do than painting, but it also means that there is less mess involved in creating these beauties.
Some of the possible designs that you can color on your winter-themed wine glasses include Christmas trees, wreaths, mistletoes, or even twinkly lights. So long as you are drawing in a metallic hue, your glass is sure to look festive!
2. Eggs Galore for Easter
One of the best things about the Easter holiday season is the pastel color palette that goes along with it. Whether or not you celebrate any Easter festivities, there is nothing that lets us know that spring is in the ear like soft hues of yellow, purple, blue, green, and orange.
These Easter painted wine glasses from Kenarry take the meaning of cuteness to a new level with adorable images of bunnies and Easter eggs. Follow along to make a special glass collection that you can take out every spring.
3. St. Patrick’s Day Wine Glass
Although it may seem like it’s strange to associate wine with St. Patrick’s Day, the traditional drink of Guinness is not necessarily to everyone’s liking. If you’re more the type to sip wine at a St. Patrick’s Day party, It’s best that you show up prepared with a glass that has been decorated for the occasion. This simple yet stunning shamrock adds a unique and appropriate accent to any wine glass.
Floral Themed Wine Glass Paintings
Flowers are one of the most popular things to draw, which is great because they also tend to be some of the most fun things to draw! Here is a sampling of some of the most attractive flowery designs to draw on your wine glasses.
4. Dandelion in the Wind
Okay, so a dandelion may technically be a weed and not a flower, but we can still appreciate the beauty of this dandelion here. We love the way that this drawing makes it seem as if the dandelion is in motion, swaying in the wind.
5. Beautiful Garden
Why paint a single flower when you could paint an entire garden? We love how this wine glass painting takes it to the next level by incorporating leaves and branches into a beautiful painting that shows off a variety of flower types.
If you’re looking to add more color variation to your painting, then this leaves you the opportunity to certainly do so, as you can incorporate any type of flower that you’d like into this particular design.
6. Peek-a-Boo Flower at the Bottom of the Glass
This is a very creative take on a floral wine glass painting! Instead of featuring flowers painted on the side of wine glasses, this version shows floral designs on the bottom of the wine glass, which allows for an extra special treat when you or your guest peer into your glass once your drink is finished.
Animal Wine Glass Painting
There is a reason why so many of us prefer to furnish our houses with paintings that feature animal drawings or animal-inspired drawings. Animals are adorable! Here are a few ways to add cuteness to your wine glasses.
7. Busy Bee
Save the bees! Not only are bees a pivotal part of our ecosystem, but they also make for an eye-catching focal point thanks to their beautiful black and yellow stripes. This is an example of a great way to incorporate a love for bees into your wine glass, with an adorable grassy background and a flower that is “beeing” pollinated.
8. A Simple Butterfly
There is no denying that a butterfly is among the prettiest insects, and this wine glass really captures the reasons why. With their feminine wing shapes and vibrant colors, adding a butterfly to your wine glass is a wonderful way to impress visitors. Plus, the possibilities are truly endless — you can make it your own!
9. Wine Glass Giraffe
A giraffe may not be the first animal that you think of when you think about painting one on your wine glasses, but there is plenty to admire about these gentle giants. Not only are they tall and elegant, but they also have a delightful pattern that rivals that of a cheetah or leopard! We love how they look on a wine glass.
Geometric Wine Glass Paintings
Shapes may seem boring at first, but there is absolutely nothing boring about these vibrant designs. Math has never looked so good!
10. Retro Rectangles
This glass painting is giving us 90s vibes in the best way possible. Although it may seem intimidated at first glass, painting this particular design is not difficult, just a little time consuming. It’s a great project for a rainy day!
11. Trendy Triangles
If you think that the above pattern is a bit too busy for you, you may be interested in something more tame like these triangles. Even in spite of their simplicity, we believe that these glasses are still eye-catching in the best of ways — not to mention that they are a great project idea for beginners.
12. Fun Dots
Sometimes, when it comes to painting your wine glasses, less is truly more. That’s one of the things we love most about these minimalist black dot DIY wine glasses. After all, the faster that you can paint your wine glass, the faster you can get to drinking your wine, which is a win-win as far as we are concerned!
Initials Wine Glass Paintings
One of the main reasons why some of us apply crafts to our accessories is because it gives us the opportunity for personalization. We love these wine glass ideas that incorporate initials into the design of the glass!
13. Friendship Wine Glasses
Decorating a wine glass to have your initial is a great activity for a night in with friends. This effect may look complicated, but it is actually easy to achieve by using painter’s tape and a basic understanding of pointillism. Use the same font type to give you and your friend the impression of a matching pair!
14. Three Initials Confetti Glass
If you want to really make sure that folks know your wine glass belongs to you, you’ll want to personalize it with your three initials: first name, middle name, and last name. This wine glass shows how a colorful background of confetti-like designs that really make your initials pop.
15. Bedazzled Initials
If you would like to add a bit of texture to your personalized wine glass, then you may be open to the idea of bedazzling. This example shows us how it is possible to take your status as a glamourista to the next level by adding miniature jewels to your glass in the shape of your initials.
Of course, if you do decide to use this technique while decorating your wine glass, you will have to take care while washing it so as to not damage the jewels. This means hand washing it only, as well as handling it with care.
Leave a Reply