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Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Redneck Wine Glasses



I have been seeing these Red Neck Wine Glasses everywhere and have been dying to make some:))   They are so easy and so much fun.   I even painted a small label with chalk paint for a fun extra touch!






Supplies Needed:

Jelly jars (canning jars)
Clear candlestick 
JB Weld (clearweld for glass)
Black Chalk paint
Raffia








Following the directions for the JB Weld, mix it well in a disposible container and using the little wooden stick apply the clear weld around the top of the candlestick.











Turn the jelly jar upside down and center the candlestick on the bottom of the jar and press down.  Let set for at least an hour or better yet overnight.












We made several for gifts for family and friends.  They can be decorated or painted with chalkboard paint and tied with a little raffia or ribbons



















23 comments:

  1. These would be great for a western theme party too!! Thanks for sharing!!

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  2. How cute. . Thank you for sharing with us at our Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop

    Angel @ sewcraftyangel.blogspot.com

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  3. How fun these look! I love the raffia for that extra touch. And I'll bet their cheaper to make than buy.
    Debbie :)

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  4. I love these glasses, they are just so fun and cute. I have a few friends that I have wanted to make these for BUT haven't gotten around to it, I guess I better get busy . . . huh? I love your idea of the chalkpaint and the chalk . . . I think I may borrow it.
    Have a great day.

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  5. Your ideas are so creative and fun. It instantly crossed my mind that the same thing could be done with Red Solo Cups...to even a Red party theme...hmmmmmmmm... Love visiting your page.
    Blessings from Marie @ http://123craftcafe.com

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  6. I love these. My parents got me one of these when I was visiting them in Florida last year...they know me too well!

    I love that I know how to make them myself now. :)

    -andi

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  7. I love these and frequently give them out as gifts. They really are cute and easy. Thanks for sharing and thanks for linking up with us at the TGIF link up.

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  8. So fun, I've seen them before but I think you've added such a lovely touch with the raffia and chalk paint. In Australia they would be called Bogan wine glasses and being a country that makes a lot of wine I can imagine these would make a fun fab gift. Thanks for linking at freaking awesome Fridays

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  9. What a fun idea! This is the first I've seen of them :)

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  10. You have made Duck Dynasty proud my friend♥

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  11. These are a riot! I can think of lots of folks for whom they would be a great gift!

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  12. I have been seeing them around also. Will have to do some for Christmas since I make all of our 19 family gifts. My art class just did an upside down wine glass candle holder with Santa's face painted on it. We base coated with enamel and then used acrylics for the face. Fun project. You can see it on my Art and Crochet Page.

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  13. Cute! I've seen them with regular Ball jars, but I like the quilt design better! Feminine in a Redneck sort of way...!! Love the chalkboard label too!
    Stopping by from Grand Social :)

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  14. Super cute! Love the chalkboard labels with them. Thanks for sharing at All Things Pretty!

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  15. cute! Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop xo

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  16. These are hilarious and might come in handy come Christmas time!! I'm hosting a Wall Decal giveaway that you should enter! http://homecomingmn.blogspot.com/2013/08/wall-decal-giveaway.html

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  17. Evelyn,
    These are so darn cute. Coming from Wyoming, they fit right in. I'll have to show my mom, she'll love them too!
    Thank you for sharing on Tuesday Trivia. Pinned and I'll share on my facebook, I have a lot of Wyoming friends. (You know that cowboy thing, lol)
    Have a great weekend.
    Hugs,
    Wanda Ann @ Memories by the Mile

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  18. I LOVE these. I saw something like them at Bass Pro but yours are much more fun. :D Thanks for sharing on BeColorful.
    p

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  19. This is the best quality because this made with industrial adhesive not sold in stores which is applied and cured in an optimal factory environment these are not home made. These phenomenal glasses are great conversation pieces and are so popular that they are considered essentials for all occasions where the 'shine flows.

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  20. Very nice, I love them
    Ciao
    Norma
    http://voglioilmondoacolori.blogspot.it/

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Thank you so much for your sweet comments:)))