Are you looking for an easy handmade gift idea for the Dad you love? Wine Charms paired with some wine glasses and a bottle of bubbly make the perfect Father’s Day gift. Learn How to Make Wine Charms.
This week is all about Father’s Day, because before you know it, June will be here. May is half way over, Sweet Friends! Can you believe it!
Do-It-Yourself Wine Charms!
Are you looking for a one of a kind gift idea? Wine Charms are such a cute addition to wine glasses! During these days of social distancing and germs being such a high concern, wine charms are the perfect way to ensure you pick up the correct glass. Wine Charms paired with some wine glasses and a bottle of bubbly is the perfect gift for any occasion. I am sure your Dad will love it.
DIY Wine Charms!
Wine charms are so easy and fun to make and I am going to show you how. On this project I am using products I sell at my online store, Create With Cynthia Shop. You can visit my online store here.
MATERIALS NEEDED FOR THE WINE CHARMS WITH CLAY AND MOULDS:
INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO CREATE WINE CHARMS WITH CLAY AND MOULDS.
Step two: Use your scraper to cut a piece of clay from the chunk of Air Dry Clay.
Step six: Once your moulds are created and before each mould has dried stick the charm into mould to create a hole. You can also use a toothpick.
Step nine: Put wine charms back into moulds and adorn your glassware.
Learn How to Make Wine Charms!
Now, if you’d like to watch this tutorial on You Tube, you can check out my video, “Bird Wine Charms DIY!”
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You can also check out my “Five Tips to Using Air Dry Clay!”
Looking for gift ideas for the upcoming Father’s Day holiday. Is your Dad a Wine Lover. Consider creating handmade wine charms and pairing that with any of the items below.
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I hope you’ve enjoyed this easy and simple DIY project, now go out there and Create Something.