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  • Carly Jonell

    DIY Confetti glasses. - Dollar store glasses + $2 acrylic paint + clear nail polish = Anthropologie's Confetti Tumblers, or candle holders!

  • Annika Bell

    Craft night- transform dollar store glasses into anthropologie-inspired confetti glasses. Nail polish for colours and clear top coat to seal it (or you can use the real stuff and get some glass paint)

  • Zuly Diosdado

    I need to do this with my WINE GLASSES! Craft night- transform dollar store glasses into anthropologie-inspired confetti glasses. - good gift idea, too!

  • Lorri McKinzie

    Going to make these for gifts, Think I will make them into candle holders so I wont have to worry about the paints and sealer. Craft night- transform dollar store glasses into anthropologie-inspired confetti glasses. - good gift idea, too!

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