Ready, Set… Upcycle! Wine Gift Ideas

November 14, 2014

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The holidays are a great time for us to show our loved ones how much we care. What better way than with a handmade gift?! Here are some great DIY gift ideas for the wine lovers on your list. 

Make your own mulling spice sachets and give them in a pair or set of wine glasses with a bottle of your fave Missouri wine for mulling (Chambourcin works exceptionally well). Instructions here from HappyHourProjects.com

DIY wine bottle stoppers are an easy inexpensive gift option, and so easy to customize! Stay festive by using ornaments or think outside of the box with decorative door knobs or painted figurines. The possibilities are limitless. Instructions here from PartiesforPennies.com

Glam up some wine glasses. Champagne flutes are especially fun for this project, but you could use any glass that strikes your fancy. Instructions here from SomethingTurquoise.com. (They’re even dishwasher safe!) 

Whip up a set of wine glass coasters to eliminate the dreaded red-wine-ring and identify which glass belongs to whom. This is an easy sewing project that is super easy to customize for the recipient’s tastes. Instructions here from Muslinandmerlot.blogspot.com

It’s true, wine glasses are beautiful. If you’re an ambitious DIY-er looking for a project that will really make an impression, consider this gorgeous wine glass chandelier. Instructions here from Marc&Mandy.

Does someone on your list like to entertain? This wine barrel inspired tray or lazy Susan will be the perfect DIY gift for them. Instructions from LilBlueBoo.com

Customized wine tote by simply sewing a seam down the middle of a basic tote bag… viola! You have a two bottle tote bag. This tutorial from InfarrantlyCreative.com includes customizing the bags with a silhouette cutting machine, but if you don’t have one, try making stamps out of corks and customizing the totes that way. Or simply use a pencil eraser for a pixilated, ombré look like this one shown on VandCO.

Missouri wine pairs well with DIY gifts from the heart (and hands)!