Happy holidays! I can’t believe it’s almost 2016, it’s been quite the year for me, lots of amazing things have happened this year and lots of new opportunities have come my way. One of the reasons I haven’t published a new post in the past month is because I booked my first wedding, I have been hired to do wedding centerpieces and because I have been so busy planning the wedding decor, I haven’t had a chance to create some new tutorials for you all. However, I cannot wait to share the centerpieces, I’ll post photos on the blog soon.
With New Years coming up, I wanted to create these cute and easy Pop, Fizz, Clink glitter stir sticks, they’re the perfect addition to a glass of bubbly. They’re so quick to make, they literally took me 10 mins.
Gold glitter card stock
Glue gun or strong adhesive glue
1. First, I found a fun font that I thought would look good when cut on glitter stock. I downloaded the Armonioso font which you can fine here.
2. In your Cricut Design Space, add text and start off by writing the word “Pop” using the Armonioso font. I bolded the font as well to make the letters a bit thicker.
3. Once you have your word written out, using the letter spacing option in the edit section in your Cricut Design Space, move the letters closer together. You want the letters to just touch each other so that when you weld the word the letters are connected.
4. Once you move your letters close enough to each other, click the Weld option. The letters should now be connected. Do steps 2-4 for the words Fizz and Clink.
5. Once you weld each of the words, you are ready to cut. They should look like mine in the image above.
6. Now that Pop, Fizz and Clink have been cut, grab some wooden dowels, I bought mine at the dollar store. Size your dowels so that they’re the appropriate size for your glass, I had to cut mine.
7. Using a strong adhesive or glue gun, glue Pop, Fizz and Clink to the dowels. That’s it, easy right?!
If you want to add some additional sparkle to your bar cart or table, try glittering your champagne bottles.
Hope you all enjoyed this sparkly and fun tutorial. If you tried this tutorial, I would love to hear from you. Let me know your thoughts in comments below!
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