Love Bug Wineglass DIY

Make your own adorable Love Bug Wineglass. This easy step by step tutorial will show you how to easily make a wine glass love bug which is perfect for a centerpiece, mantel decor or table decorations this Valentine’s Day, or for a wonderful spring or summer craft! If you are looking for an adorable craft project, this is it!
This love bug wine glass was made with hearts for Valentine’s Day. Simply make the circles instead of hearts and you can use this sweet wine glass decoration as spring or summer decor! They can go just about anywhere… round out your centerpiece (or make them the focus of your centerpiece), on a mantel, large window ledge, side table, etc. These love bug glasses can be customized for a holiday (such as Valentine’s Day), a season (such as spring or summer decor), or out year-round.
• Lay down a covering to protect your work surface.


• Paint the inside of your wineglass red with a paintbrush (you can use a foam brush).


• Allow to dry.
• Turn your glass upside down and paint a black stripe down the bowl of the glass with a small triangle shape on the top and the bottom half a larger oval to be the ladybug’s face.


• Allow to dry.


• Once the black paint is dry, paint the rest of the wine glass red.


• Allow to dry.


• Once the red paint is dry, paint a second coat with red glitter paint.


• Allow to dry.


• Paint small black hearts on each side of the glass with a small paint brush.


• Paint two small white dots onto the bottom black oval.


• Allow to dry completely.


• Paint two black dots onto the white circles to give depth to the eyes.


• Allow to dry completely.
• Form the antenna (tips and how to at link below)


• Attach.
• Full instructions for this easy and adorable wineglass craft can be found at the link below!
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  • Pam Graves Pam Graves on Jan 12, 2017
    What type of paint did you use on the glass?

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