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tips & tricks // stemless wine glass name tags

stemless wine glass name tag

For me, DIY should really be called PSS: Problem Solving Solution. These quick-and-easy, name tags were the result of having friends over for drinks and needing a way to tag everyone’s stemless wine glass. You can write the names ahead of time, or pre-cut blank pieces for guests to write on themselves. I love the endless possibilities Washi Tape has brought to my entertaining arsenal and have found that it is always a good idea to have a few rolls handy for entertaining emergencies. Enjoy!

Stemless Wine Glass Name Tags


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  3. Alie says

    I don’t think it is that you “need” a stemless wine glass – the point is that with regular wine glasses you can use those charm things, and you can’t do that on a stemless. So this is a way to identify whose glass is whose when you ARE using stemless.

  4. This would be a nice, neat, and pretty idea for water glasses too than writing ugly with markers. I’ve been seeing so much about washi tape lately; gotta get one from Michael’s and see what it’s all about!

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  7. I LOVE this idea! Definitely a “why didn’t I think of that moment!” I will definitely be trying this at our next dinner party. Thanks for sharing!

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  16. They don’t come off with condensation after a few hours of sitting there (for cooler beverages or ice water?)

  17. Hi Hannah, I haven’t had a problem with them coming off. I apply them when the glasses are dry and they haven’t curled. If the tape you are using isn’t tacky enough, I would suggest placing the label on top half of the glass above the pour line. Hope that helps and thanks for stopping by. -Jen

  18. Yes, that helps. Thank you . I just bought some washi tape today and a gold sharpie to mark our glasses for Thanksgiving next week! Thanks for the idea! I am excited to try them out.

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  23. Thank you so much! Love that you find it helpful and can’t wait to share more finds this summer!

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