DIY Chalkboard Wine Glasses

DIY Chalkboard Wine Glasses on counter

When your hosting a party do your guests ever forget which glass is theirs? Instead of buying expensive wine glasses, we decide to DIY them. Making your own DIY Chalkboard Wine Glasses will save you a ton of money and look amazing!

DIY Chalkboard Wine Glasses DIY Materials


  • Wine Glasses
  • Chalkboard Paint
  • Chalk Pen
  • ModPodge
DIY Chalkboard Wine Glasses DIY Paint Base

Grab Your Supplies

This is a little messy so be sure you have a piece of cardboard or an old plate handy. You want to start with painting the entire base with chalkboard paint.

Wine glasses upside down paint bottom

Place the glasses upside down and paint the bottom of the glass. Allow to completely dry. I did two coats of paint on each glass. You can also add a piece of tape on the stem if you want to be a bit of a perfectionist and ensure your paint doesn’t run. Chalk paint is pretty thick so we didn’t have that issue.

Wine glass painted drying on plate

Once the chalk paint was dry you can coat with ModPodge. This will make them dishwasher safe. Allow that to dry completely before using.

Finished DIY Chalk Wine Glasses

These DIY Chalkboard Wine Glasses will be the hit of your next party. You can get all of your supplies at your local Dollar store. Use a chalk pen to write your guests names on their glasses.

Can you imagine these in different colors for each holiday? Spring you could do pastels, red for Valentine’s Day or Christmas. Gold for New Years Eve, so many options.

Be sure to follow us on Pinterest, TikTok, and Instagram for more inspiration! Check out our DIY hobnail milk glass vase.

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