Champagne Toast Glasses Instructions Designed by Cynthia Kimura
We wanted something special for Maggie and Sam to toast with at their wedding, so we made these coral champagne glasses. We used pictures from travel magazines as inspiration. Use postcards, pictures or just a vivid imagination to come up with your own designs. There are two schools of thought when it comes to gluing the crystals with E6000. Our designer likes to put a dab of E6000 glue on a piece of cardboard and gently dip each crystal in the glue before placing on the glass. You can pick them up with a Perfect Positioner or knotting tweezers. Others prefer to use the E6000 tip and dab the glue on the back of the crystal before placing it on the glass. Either way, E6000 is a messy product, but it will hold beautifully. Work slowly and with patience so that your crystals do not slide too much on the glass. You do not want extra glue to show. We will list the components for this design, but it will be hard to duplicate exactly, so we encourage you to use your own designs.