DIY Hand-Painted Glasses
These Hand-Painted Glasses were an easy project for a girls’ night and Pringles® sent us some of their new Pringles® Tortillas to try out with our margaritas!
Sometimes Melinda and I just need a break and that means girls’ night! Nothing is better than sitting around gossiping with the girls over drinks and snacks. This month we had a girls’ craft night and had all of the ladies over to get crafty making some hand-painted margarita glasses. It was the perfect excuse to whip up some margaritas…for inspiration of course!
Girls’ night is all about relaxing and having a good time so that means no cooking or baking! Margaritas require chips and salsa so we served Zesty Salsa Pringles® Tortillas, no salsa or dip needed, they are that good. Pringles® have always been my favorite chips and Pringles® Tortillas are crunchy corn tortilla crisps, in that same iconic Pringles® shape. They are seriously awesome. We whipped up some margaritas to go with them and we were ready to start painting!
For our project we used enamel paint to paint our glasses. Enamel paint can be baked on so that the design won’t wash off the glasses even in the dishwasher. I was a little worried about how well it would work on the glasses but I wasn’t disappointed, the paint went on easily and we were even able to wipe it off if we made a mistake (some of us are perfectionists, not naming any names…Melinda!). We all had a great time coming up with our own designs. When we were all happy with our margarita glasses we put them on a baking sheet and put them in a 375°F oven to bake for 30 minutes. Once they baked and cooled the paint was set and the glasses were dishwasher safe!
It was such a fun night with the girls, paint, drinks and Pringles® Tortillas and now we have margarita glasses for girls’ night next month!
Make sure to join the Pringles® Twitter Party on Tuesday, March 10 at 5:00 PM PST/8:00 PM EST. Super fun prizes packs will be given away, which include everything from a margarita mixer, to juicer, to margarita glasses. (Each of the four prize packs is valued at $125.00.)
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Pringles®