12 Days: Shrink Plastic Wine Glass Charms (and Giveaway!)

Jul 21, 2019Stationery, Gifts & Packaging6 comments

12 Days: Shrink Plastic Wine Glass Charms (and Giveaway!)

Jul 21, 2019Stationery, Gifts & Packaging6 comments

Eat, drink & be merry!

Of course, the holidays aren’t just about cards! Some crafters like to create special keepsakes as gifts, or for home decor, or to really put that personal touch on a party. When I saw the Catherine Pooler Holiday Charms stamp set – I knew exactly what I’d be making first – wine glass charms! And, I couldn’t be happier with how they turned out!

Read on to find out how you can win a set from me!

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You could win a set of these charms!

I’m giving away prizes every day of 12 days – you’ll have all 12 days to sign up and leave comments for extra entries! The giveaway is open INTERNATIONALLY!

GIVEAWAY DETAILS: Fill out the Google form ONCE to be entered into all 12 daily giveaways and the grand prize (a $25 gift certificate to Scrapbook.com). https://forms.gle/t8tuiDDZwUUoq6tNA

Winners for each day’s prize and the grand prize will be selected at random using a random winner generator. EARN EXTRA ENTRIES by leaving comments on 12 Days You Tube videos and Blog Posts. Winners will be announced on YouTube and the blog on August 5th, 2019.

This giveaway is solely sponsored by Nicole Watt and not affiliated with YouTube, Facebook, or Instagram in any way.


My Project

I’ve always loved the idea of wine glass charms. They can be so cute and really are a helpful little thing to keep drinks in the right hands at a party. I didn’t have any holiday themed ones, so I thought this would be a perfect time to give my idea a try. 

The Technique & Design

I have to admit, the charms really shrunk more than I thought they would, but in the end, I think they turned out to be a great size! I did have to go shopping for all of the beads and charm wire (they’re hoop earring wires), which was a fun time at Michael’s down an aisle I don’t normally frequent!

The nice thing about making the shrink plastic charms (besides how fun it is to watch them shrink up) is that the coloring is super easy and doesn’t have to be precise. This is something the kids could do with you helping with the heating and shrinking part. Then, put them to task stringing the beads and charms while you close off the ends!

Don’t forget to leave a comment at the end of the post to qualify for my quarterly giveaway!

Project Tutorial Video

I’ve got a detailed look into today’s project. Save it in your Watch List over on YouTube so you have it handy when you’re ready to make your charms!

I’m giving away a set of the charms to one lucky winner, so be sure to stop over on YouTube and leave a comment for an extra entry! Check out the details below the video…

Comment to WIN!

Don’t forget to fill out the Giveaway Form and leave a comment here, and a comment over on YouTube for an extra entry to the giveaways. It is open internationally!

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Every month, I give away a sweet surprise to one lucky commenter. So, don’t forget to leave a COMMENT on today’s post to enter!

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12 Days: Shrink Plastic Wine Glass Charms (and Giveaway!)