December 28, 2012

Paige Crafts Four: Embellished Glasses for New Year's...or whenever!



Welcome to Paige crafts number four!
Paige has named today's project: "Glitter Glasses and Feathers (and Sequins)", which I think is appropriate. We both had fun with this one! And we thought they would be fun for a New Year's party!

(If you're new in town, "Paige Crafts" is where, well, Paige crafts things. And then blogs about it.)





Embellishing glasses is so fun, and we probably could have gone on forever creating different versions if we hadn't run out of glasses. By the way, we got all of our glasses at the dollar store and popped the cheap-o lenses right out. In case you're wondering where to get them!

And here is Paige in her own words (with Mommy in Blue) to introduce the project and explain how it works!

"Glitter glasses and Feathers (and Sequins)" 
By Paige 

"Hello everybody, my name is paige! You know, the one who did the stitching, right?"
And, um, I made some glasses, they had feathers and sequins (those were the fabulous ones) and there were also ones with glitter: gold glitter, pink glitter and...I don't know, kind of like silver glitter? And it was so beautiful, I kind of liked it. One of my ideas was flowers, it was so pretty and I was thinking you would like to do flowers and stuff if you want.

First you glue the glasses with the glue stick, then you put on the stuffies that I told you about (glitter) on the glasses. And then you put the (clear) nail polish on and let them dry and it is fabulous!

I hope you have a very nice time doing it, it was so fun. You might have to use the very hot glue stick, or whatever it's called, then you glue them on. It was so fabulous, I hope you have a nice day. Thank you! I love you. 
Love, paige








To see all of Paige's previous tutorials, click here!
Can I just say how much I love the way this girl talks? I mean, how many times can you say "fabulous" in three paragraphs? Kids are the best.

And speaking of fabulous glasses, check out this awesomeness! Linz at That's So Cuegly turned her daughter's crazy orange glasses into these posh little leopard print frames using nail polish! Love it! Click the photo to go to her tutorial. (I WANT SOME FOR ME!!)


Have fun! And as always, feel free to leave a comments for Paige. I always read them all to her. :O)

Have a great weekend!!

Love,
Disney and Paige

28 comments:

  1. I love all your glasses, Paige. I really like the one with glitter in all different colors...the blues...purplish...pinkish...really pretty. Thanks for sharing how to make them. Happy New Year, Paige.

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  2. Love these glasses! Where do you buy the glasses themselves? I'd love to make them for NYE!

    Jillian
    www.goodmorningsweetums.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks, Jillian! The $ store-just pop out the lenses. :o)

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    2. Thanks for the reply! I will check them out. Have a wonderful New Year!

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  3. Paige! You're so crafty and fabulous! Thank the STARS for glitter! And thank you Disney for the linky love. You are so lovely and so kind!
    -Linds

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  4. Paige! Those glasses are bombdiggity! ;) Way to go, girl. Glitter and Sparkle are my very favorite things. I may have to give some of my old sunglasses a makeover. I have a collection of them, you see, and some of them could use a new look! ;) (and Disney, you were quite right, these would be adorbs for a New Year party) :D

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  5. Paige, you are so stylish and cute! I hope I have a daughter as beautiful and fun as you are. :) What a great idea to make glasses more interesting!

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  6. Dear Paige,
    I am sure that all the girl scouts of my group would love to wear your feathered glasses for a new year's eve party :) Well done
    Cecilia

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  7. Paige, you are so creative! I'm going to have to make some of these for my friends to wear at our New Year's Eve party. Thank you for the idea!

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  8. You guys are both seriously adorable! Your house must be so fun all the time! And Paige looks like a gorgeous little model!

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  9. Wow, Paige, this is another great post! You look pretty kewl in all those stylish glasses - my favorite one is the gold glittered round pair.
    But love them all, thanks a zillion for the tutorial - I bet soooo many girls are going to want to make these now! Thanks, Disney, these Paige crafts are always wonderful...er, I guess I mean fabulous.

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  10. Thanks, Paige. Love your "new" glasses - esp the large hot pink and gold glittery ones. I'm way older than you - even my grands are older than you - but I know some of the girls would really go for these (me, too, in fact). Might whip us all up a pair for NY Eve. Or maybe have a "glasses decorating" party early in the evening before everyone heads to their favorite party place. Have a great New Year! Dana @ Austin, Texas

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  11. Paige, you did such a great job! Thank you for sharing your creativity with us...my daughter Ellie will love making fun glasses like these! xo

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  12. Paige, you are fabulous! Those glasses are really cool--what a neat idea and easy, too!

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  13. CUTEST EVER PAIGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I want these glasses for me, for real!!!

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  14. So so cute Paige. You have such great crafts!!!

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  15. What a funky idea! Thanks for sharing (:

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  16. My five year old daughter walked by the computer as I was looking at your glasses Paige and she said they were "cool" and I totally agree! :)

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  17. Great idea!!!
    Pretty glasses - fun to make and fun to wear.
    I like your blog!

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  18. Paige! These are adorable! You are such a fabulous little diva! So cute!

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  19. Paige these are fabulous! My son will totally want to make a pair!

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  20. Paige! What a fantastic idea - I must say that the pink glitters look fab on you. My daughter will have to make some too!

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  21. totally, totally fun. Cute pics Disney :)

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  22. Hi there! Just wanted to drop you a quick note to let you know I linked to you on AllFreeKidsCrafts :)

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  23. These are awesome Paige!.....This is definitely on our list of cool things to make! I even featured them on my post for tomorrow. BTW, one of my daughter's middle names is Paige, very cute :)

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