Wine Glass Charms

November 9, 2006 - 10:45am

Wine Glass Charms
Difficulty: Difficulty 2/5 (2/5)


  • Beads
  • 24 gauge craft wire
  • Wire cutters
Wine Glass Charm Supplies


  1. Cut a piece of the wire about 6 inches in length. You won't use this much wire, but it's easier to work with too much wire than not enough.
  2. Using the small tips on the wire cutters, round one end of the wire.
    Curled Wire End
  3. Thread on the beads in the order you want them. If you are using a hanging bead, be sure it is in the center of the pattern. After you have beads on there, you can curl it in a circle to see if you like the pattern and the size of the Wine Glass Charm.
    Beads Threaded on Wire
  4. After you have all the beads on there and are happy with the result, take the wire cutters and trim the excess wire leaving just enough to make a loop at the cut end of the wire.
    Wine Glass Charm End
  5. Curl the two ends together and shape the charm with your fingers into a circle.
    Wine Glass Charms
  6. Now you are ready to put them on a wine glass. To attach them, just open the two ends, place on the glass, then tighten the two ends.
    Wine Charm on Glass
  7. You could also package them in a small bag from your craft store and give a set as a gift. I would recommend making a set of 4-8. This allows for your receivers to use them with friends over.
    Wine Glass Charms in Bag
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Great project!

Posted by Chuck Hays (not verified) on November 11, 2006 - 4:28pm

What a cool project!

This looks like an easy, fun

Posted by Anonymous (not verified) on November 13, 2006 - 7:57pm

This looks like an easy, fun project. I especially like the charms. They add an interesting touch.


Posted by Andrea on November 13, 2006 - 8:07pm

Glad you like it! This is one of my favorites. I have given it as gifts and use ones I have made for myself all the time! Hope you get a chance to make some!