Frosty Centerpiece

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This was one of the easiest projects that I've done in a long time. The hardest part was waiting for the paint to dry. It can easily be customized by changing up the color of the mesh bling. I'm thinking of making a set for Valentine's Day using red rhinestone bling.
Happy Creating everyone!
The Dollar Tree got in some new sizes of goblets. They are much bigger than their regular sized goblets. I got 4 large & 1 extra large.
To give them a frosted look, I used RUST-OLEUM Frosted Glass spray paint. I used 3 light coats of paint to get the look I wanted. (let them dry between coats)
This is after 3 coats of paint. They look clear when the paint is wet.
I cut the rhinestone mesh bling into a strip of 2 rhinestones wide for the rim of the goblets. A single wide strip for the stems, and 5 squares of 3 rhinestones wide by 3 rhinestones long. I used hot glue to add the 2 wide strips to the rim of the goblets.
Once the rims were done, I added the single wide strip just under the bowl of the goblet & gently twisted the goblet to get the strip to the foot of the goblet. (spot glue along the way) Then I added the square of the mesh to the end of the single strand, on the foot of the goblet.
This is how it looks when finished. This could easily be customized by changing the color of the rhinestone bling. (Wedding colors, pink or blue for a baby shower, gold for a Golden Anniversary, purple for Easter, Red for Valentine's Day, etc...)
They are ready to be a centerpiece!
I put all 5 of them on a mirror to make the light reflect on to the rhinestones. This thing sparkles like crazy.
This is how the centerpiece looks with votive candles. I like this look best.
This is how the centerpiece looks using battery operated candles.

I told you it was easy to make! I hope you'll give it a try.

Happy Creating everyone!
Suggested materials:
  • Large glass goblets   (Dollar Tree)
  • Rhinestone Mesh Bling   (Dollar Tree, Walmart, or any craft store)
  • RUST-OLEUM Frosted Glass spray paint   (Walmart)
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Sam Schaefer
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