Moms Of Tulsa »

DIY Ornament Glasses

Veronica Beeler
 Meet Veronica Beeler.  She is a sister to 4, momma to 3, teacher to 2, and wife to 1.  She has
a love for home decor, shifting furniture, crafting, and kids.  She collects globes and couches, yep, you
read that right, couches!  The old, smelly, well loved ones are the best.  She homeschools.
She spends her weekends with her sister catching up on chores, planning events, doing/building projects,
running all over Tulsa with their bambinos.



And she is the craftiest mama we know!  Today she is sharing with us how to create these darling
DIY ornament glasses!



I am excited to share with you how to create Holiday Cheer in a Glass!
Are you hosting a holiday party?  Are you having family over for Christmas breakfast?  Do you want to make a cute gift for a friend, teacher or neighbor?  I am giving you a super easy, inexpensive and quick idea to create for all kinds of holiday events.  I recently hosted a crafting event for my friends, and we used these lovelies to drink our mimosas.
DIY Ornament Glasses

To make the ornament drinking glass, you will need:
Large plastic ornament (or glass if you are brave)  (mine are 4″ from Hobby Lobby Christmas craft section, $1.99)
– Clear shower curtain rings  (Walmart, Target, Dollar Tree, etc. around $1 for a set of 12)
– E6000 glue (from any hardware store, Walmart or craft store)
– Decorative paper straws (mine are from Target, but look in the party section of any store)
DIY Ornament Glasses 1
Step 1: Remove tags and lid from the ornament, and wash it with soapy water.  Dry the exterior of the ornament thoroughly.
Step 2:  Squeeze a thin line of glue around the shower curtain ring.  Keep it thin so the glue will not run down the sides of the ring.
DIY Ornament Glasses 3DIY Ornament Glasses
Step 3:  Place the ornament at an angle on the ring.  I put the seem of the ornament on the clip section of the ring, in order to create the same angle for each glass.
DIY Ornament Glasses 4DIY Ornament Glasses 4DIY Ornament Glasses 5

Step 4:  Place the top on the ornament and pull the tab up in order to put the straw inside.  That’s it!

You can serve any drink in the glass by removing the silver lid and pouring directly into the ornament.  Mimosas for the Mama’s, milk for the kiddo’s!
DIY Ornament Glasses 2
Now, that is a lot of Holiday Cheer in a Glass!
Disclaimer: Consume beverages out of plastic containers at your own risk.  See our terms and conditions for more information.
Jenny Collier Jenny Collier (44 Posts)

Jenny Collier is a mom, wife, and lifestyle blogger. She is the owner of Gray Monroe(an online boutique for women). She is passionate about making memories with her family, community, making a house a home, and documenting her days. Connect with Jenny here: BlogPinterestInstagramFacebook