DIY Cute Monogrammed Glasses + Silhouette Portrait Giveaway!

How to make monogrammed cocktail glasses perfect for any party! #diy

Hey Y’all! You’re in for a treat today. I’m sharing another fun DIY using my Silhouette Portrait AND giving one away! There is also a snazzy little sale so if you have wanted one, now is the time! I love my Silhouette because I make cute things like these ornaments, monogrammed napkins, and these cute ideas too. I’m southern so monogramming things is in my blood! Why not wine glasses? There are lots of occasions when a monogrammed or personalized wine glass is quite fabulous. For instance: bridal showers, bachelorette parties, birthday parties, girl’s nights, beach weekends, neighbor gifts, you name it!

How to make monogrammed cocktail + wine glasses! Personalized Wine Glasses using the Silhouette Machine! Cute gift! How to make monogrammed + personalized wine glasses!

I happen to love aqua + pink so I used the turquoise vinyl (there is also gold, frosted, and tons of other colors). So I monogrammed some wine glasses (you could also use these for water, cocktails, juice, etc) and served them up on a pretty tray. It took me less than 10 minutes to make them! I just used inexpensive $1 glasses from the dollar store. These would be perfect for sorority or bridesmaid gifts too, don’t you think? So easy + so cute. I picked a font (you can use all the fonts you already have on your computer), cut, and stuck it on! Couldn’t be easier.

Here is a cute way to use vinyl letters on glass bottles to jazz up that bar cart too! You can write anything!


Use your Silhouette Portrait or Cameo with Vinyl
Pick any font you like!
Create the text and size to your desire.

How to make a monogram with the Silhouette!
Cut on your vinyl, peel off, and stick!

Now for the fun stuff! You can win a Silhouette Portrait by entering below! The giveaway will end on April 24, 2013 so you can still purchase with the discount codes if you aren’t our winner. The codes will run through April 26, 2013, however, so be sure to purchase in that time frame!

If you’d rather pass on your luck + purchase it now, here are the sales!


1 Silhouette Portrait™ + 1 roll of black vinyl, 1 roll of white vinyl, and 1 roll of transfer paper: $139.99
1 Silhouette CAMEO® + 1 roll of black vinyl, 1 roll of white vinyl, and 1 roll of transfer paper: $269.99
All premium vinyl bought outside of a machine bundle is 25 percent off with code PIZZAZZERIE!

Visit the site here to shop away + use code PIZZAZZERIE for the discounts.

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  1. 43

    I would label my homemade laundry detergent I just made :)

  2. 44

    So cute!

  3. 45

    Fingers crossed!

  4. 46
    Nikki Campbell says:

    I’d love to make monogrammed mason jars!

  5. 47

    I’d love to make some subway art for my house!

  6. 48
    Mari Davila says:

    Labels for jars, bins and push pops! :D So exciting!

  7. 49

    Yay! And thanks! Signs, cards, and anything else I can think up! :)

  8. 50
    Ann Barnes says:

    Wonderful ideas!! Good luck everyone but I hope I win!! Lol :)

  9. 51

    I want to decorate some old drapes I have…plus 1000 other things ;)

  10. 52

    I want to make some chalkboard labels! Among many, many other crafts.

  11. 53

    Super cute! TFS!

  12. 54

    I have so many projects in mind that I would do if I had the portrait – wall decor, car window decals, cards, scrapbooking pages. Have a friend who has the cameo and she loves it – so versatile!

  13. 55
    Hanna Clark says:

    I would use this for so many things in my classroom!

  14. 56

    i would decorate my mason jars for my wedding

  15. 57
    Elizabeth G. says:

    I would make labels to organize my pantry!

  16. 58

    Party decor!!

  17. 59

    I would definitely make a monogram for a new set of wine glasses, and some labels for baking containers.

  18. 60

    To organize, for parties, scrapbook layouts, card making, and the list goes on and on!!!

  19. 61

    I would use it for my son’s birthday party!

  20. 62
    Jeannine DiBart says:

    I would first use it for a Mother’s Day brunch that I’m having at my house!


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