DIY Wine Glass Charms

The concept for these charms is that each beaded ring is unique so that you can identify your glass at a party.

DIY Wine Glass Charms

What you need

Memory wire or Jewelry wire
Beads
Charms
Pliers



Instructions

Start by cutting the wire into 1 1/2 inch lengths this will be enough to go around the stem of the wine glass.
Using Nose pliers, create a loop at one end of the wire. This will form the clasp.

Thread on your beads in the desired pattern.

Create a small hook on the other end.
Attach your choice of charm. You can either do this now, or in the middle of threading the beads depending on the type of charm you have.

Place it around the glass and thread the hook through the loop and nip it closed with your hands or the pliers.
If you do not have the charms you can use larger decorative beads or even a handmade poly clay bead or charm to use as the identifier.

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Comments

  1. just what I needed

  2. cherryberryloves says:

    awsome

  3. thank you very much, was very helpull, I just wish that the picture would be a little bigger

  4. great idea ,for kids at christmas so they know which glass is theres ,wont get confused and mum is happy that they are safe to drink there soft drinks .

  5. I love this idea. My daughter and granddaughter come to visit often and the three of us are always mixing up our glasses. I had to make them bigger to go around because they aren’t wine glasses. I alternated beads and used thin copper wine to write our names and finished with beads. No more confusion and my granddaughter loves them!

  6. bunnylovely: Excellent. Will have a go at making some, cheaper than bying ready made ones and more personal. Thank you.

  7. CraftBits (Shellie Wilson) says:

    I will try and update this picture ASAP.

  8. “A picture is worth 1000 words…” but this picture is wayyyyy too small to be worth anything.

  9. excellent site
    easy to understand
    regards Sally

  10. love it

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