December 29, 2011

DIY Disco Ball Wine Charms {New Year's Eve}

These disco ball wine charms only take minutes to make, which is great considering most of us are probably still recovering from the hustle & bustle of the Christmas season.
 First, you'll want to gather up your little disco balls.  I found my gold beauties in the Christmas sale aisle at Michael's. They're practically giving away their holiday items for free!  They're packaged as vase fillers, however, little styrofoam balls covered with sequined ribbon will work too.

With a large embroidery needle or wooden skewer start poking holes through the center of half of your disco balls {leave the other half unpunctured!}. Then take two of your hole punched disco balls {I used various sizes} & string them onto some pretty ribbon.

Then tie your ribbon around the base of your wine glass & cut off the ribbon tails. If you want to add more disco balls to your charm {it helps it look more festive!} then grab a few of the non-hole punched balls and adhere them to the ones already on the ribbon with some hot glue.

There you have it! Nothing like a little glitz & glamour.
I'm thinking these would even look great strung around the neck of a wine bottle for a hostess gift!

By the way, I'm writing this tutorial on my brand spanken new laptop! It was an early birthday gift from the hubz.  What a week! First, the silhouette machine and now a new computer. I'm not sure what's up with all this spoiling but I have my suspicions he's going to ask me to donate like a kidney or something soon. Or maybe my brain....I catch him every now & then admiring my intelligence. Yep, that must be it. He wants my brain.

Wishing you all the joys of the new year! 

PS. If you haven't stopped by the "Best of 2011" party yet to link up your favorite post of the year, then get to it!

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Meg {henninglove} said...

these are darling jennifer!! i love your creativity and of course your blog. so thankful to have gotten to know you dear friend!

Tonii said...

These are TOO cute! What a darling idea, thank you so much for sharing!

Kristin said...

Very cute idea!

Regina of Live Delightfully said...

Adorable!!! What a fabulous idea!

Shannon said...

Those are too cute! Love this.

And thank you for comment on my blog. Please be sure to keep in touch.

Lindsay @ Delighted Momma said...

What a COOL idea! Love this!!

Janette said...

Oh my garsh! I have that exact same blue ribbon.. Isn't Michaels amazing??? I practically hand them my paycheck every Friday....And this is a greaaaat project! I think I shall attempt! I only have 6 wine charms..but I have 12 wine glasses. I'm not good at math, but I know somethings not wright here..oh look, I stink at spelling too... haha..okay im leaving now because I just left a really long and random comment on a stranger's blog and I feel a little weird now...I apologize vehemently.

Have a great weekend!

Janette the Jongleur

Hollie Ann said...

super cute idea!!

Clairejustine said...

Great idea,thanks for joining our hop :)

Friendship Bracelets said...

These dazzling balls charm on the wine glass are looking super cute.Its a innovatve idea to make a new year,s eve special.

betty said...

they are so cute! what a beautiful decoration idea

Sarah said...

This is such a cute and simple way to dress up plain wine glasses! I better head over to Michael's and see what's left! Lol! Great job Jennifer! The wine charms look great! And congrats on the new computer! It's always so fun to play with new "toys"! :)

AudreyN said...

These charms are so adorable! I would have never thought of them :) Happy 2012!

Tonia @ said...

Super cute! I should get out there and shop some of those clearance sales but I don't feel good enough!

jewelry appraisers said...

Wow these collections are simply gorgeous I love them all!Great idea.

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