{DIY} How to Make Gold Confetti Champagne Glasses!

DIY Confetti Champagne Flutes, Kate Spade Inspired!

New Year’s Eve is almost here! I love celebrating with confetti, gold, and of course – champagne! This year, I decided to come up with a way to make confetti flutes! Then it hit me, my adhesive vinyl from Silhouette! Then, the idea was born. It took me 5 minutes and I just love my champagne flutes – they remind me of Kate Spade, don’t ya think? These are just the cutest flutes for ringing in the new year.

Tutorial: DIY How to make Gold Confetti Champagne Flutes!


Adhesive Vinyl (I used gold from Silhouette but you might also try looking at your local craft store or office supply).
Hole Punch
Gold Ribbon (optional: just to embellish your flutes!)

Simply punch the vinyl and peel off the backing. Stick away! You could also use different punches (like stars!) or use a cutting machine to cut out letters (think 12, 11, 10, 9….and so on… for New Year’s Eve). The possibilities really are endless! You could also add a monogram.

Another fun part? You can peel these RIGHT OFF after the party and reuse your flutes another way. Love it!

How to Make Confetti Champagne Glasses!Hope you loved this little idea! If so, please pin + share it with friends!


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  1. Where are those pink napkins from?! I love them!

  2. Where are your flutes from? They turned out great!

  3. Can you think of a way to make this more permanent?

    1. I’d love to see something more permanent as well.


    2. you could punch holes using a hole punch on a sheet of vinyl with adhesive backing and place the sheet on the glass and paint the dots on the glasses using a colored metallic paint. Once dry remove the adhesive and perfecto!

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