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How to Make Mason Jar Wine Glasses (2 pics)

One can never have enough stylish Redneck wine glasses.  I know that you can go out and buy them but why when they are so easy and cheap to make.  Face it you don’t have to use new mason jars you can use an old jelly jar or pickle jar or an glass jar (spaghetti jar).  As for the candle stick holders well you can get those pretty cheap, hell most fancy dollar stores even sell them.

All you need to due is glue them together with a good glass glue.  In my opinion E-6000 works the best, stays clear and isn’t expensive (you can get it at Walmart and most home improvement stores).  When you glue it flip the jar upside down and glue the candle stick on it and give it at least 24 hrs to dry but follow the directions on the glue.

Bottom line is when finished they shouldn’t cost you more than 2-3 dollars.  Have fun and get crafty!

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6 Comments to How to Make Mason Jar Wine Glasses (2 pics)

  1. Love this! I have seen these sold for $10-20 at festivals!

  2. Sue M. on May 26th, 2012
  3. OMG MY SISTER IS GETTING MARRIED AND I’M HAVING HER BRIDAL SHOWER AT MY HOUSE. SHE IS SO REDNECK THAT I HAVE TO MAKE THESE NOW FOR THE PARTY. OK OFF TO DOLLAR TREE AND WALLY WORLD!

  4. LISA on May 26th, 2012
  5. Oh quit reposting Pinterest–!

  6. Lee on May 26th, 2012
  7. this is too cool … love it they’ll look great for our 4th bbq …and no worry’s about breaking em

  8. enia on May 26th, 2012
  9. Stupid and ugly.

  10. anon on May 27th, 2012
  11. Awesome, my friends up north will love them!

  12. MikieMike on May 30th, 2012

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