Thursday, June 14, 2012

You might be a redneck

You might be a redneck if you drink wine from a mason jar.

You might be an even bigger redneck if you make your own wine glasses and they look like these

I had seen "redneck wine glasses a while back when I was in a little shop. I thought they were really cool but knew I could make them a whole lot cheaper than $10.00 each.
I bought a case of mason jars for $7.90 (case of 12) and the glass candle sticks from the dollar store for $1.00 each. Then I just glued the two together with E-6000.  Now all I need is a bottle of wine

25 comments:

  1. I have not laughed so hard in a very, very long time. Thank you! OMG! ROFLOL spitting out my nose! These will be a must have for Christmas gifts. And no, I am not kidding. Still ROFLOL. :)

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  2. I love 'em! What is a redneck? Is a redneck a country person? Am I a redneck? I have drank from a jam jar.

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  3. That is hilarious! Of course if you're going to do it in true Redneck style, then I say nix on the wine - go get you some 'shine. *giggle*

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  4. i have had tea from a mason jar many times, and am proud to say i am a redneck. these are glasses for what my mother would say. use these "for good" she saved the good stuff for good times. love them and the photo is beautiful to. we use plastic here so this is one challenge i will not be meeting with you.

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  5. Love it! We saw these in a store down here in Texas and my Mom had a fit over them. Guess I have to make her some now. Yep we're rednecks!

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  6. How inventive! You could always fill them up with ice tea!

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  7. These are great Ann...i never would have guessed you had made them. What glue did you use??

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  8. Hi Ann, LOVE them... You did great --even though you 'ain't' no REDNECK--like me!!!!! ha ha

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  9. First time seeing a glass wine like that. I'm like you if something I can make at a cheaper price I will do it.

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  10. May I come over and have some wine with you? I'll bring the wine. What's your favorite wine?

    Have a terrific day. My best to Duke. :)

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  11. lovely creation,they would spiff up my batch pad.

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  12. Those are awesome! What a great job. Now you definitely need the wine.

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  13. See now that's what I mean about being crafty and clever and imaginative...If I had admired such an item (and truth to tell I don't) it would never occur to me to replicate it, or indeed, even have a clue as HOW to replicate it. Now I have to Google E-6000

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  14. I own a mason jar or two, but only drink iced tea from them. :) I've never seen wine glasses like those before! Happy Thursday Ann!

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  15. Hahahahaaa....only you...
    LOVE IT!!!!
    hughugs

    PS- I see coke floats!!

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  16. I love it!! That would be an awesome addition to a country/shabby chic style wedding.

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  17. Excellent!!! I'll be making some :)
    Thanks for telling us how to do it!

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  18. Those are awesome! I need to make some. We went to a local restaurant last week and they served their soft drinks in mason jars and Brian thought it was the coolest thing!

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  19. Love these! And, how cool that you made them. I'm gonna do it!! :)

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  20. You do have some talent there girlfriend. Love, sandie

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  21. Those are cute! Of course, you could always drink straight from the bottle! ;)
    xo Catherine

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  22. I have a bottle of wine...to bad we can't get together. I love these "wine glasses" Ann...having a lid is a great idea!

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