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How To Make Eco-Friendly Rustic Wine Glasses


It’s been a while since I dived into a eco-chic DIY project.  My latest project involved upcycling peanut butter jars into rustic wine glasses.  Bonus: I have included my summer White Wine & Elderflower Sangria.

Mason jars have been the latest trend, and often used at rustic weddings or rustic soirees and dinner parties.  Well, move over mason jars, because peanut butter jars are the new rustic eco-friendly glass on the dinner table.  Whilst, I love mason jars repurposed as a drinking glass, I thought why go out and buy them just to be eco-friendly and on trend, when I can easily repurpose peanut butter jars?  When living an eco-friendly lifestyle it is great to find creative ways to upcycle, recycle, reuse and repurpose items you already have.  Recycling glass jars is fantastic! However, you can also repurpose the jars into trendy eco-chic drinking glasses.

It’s been one hot summer, so cool down with a refreshing glass of White Wine Sangria with Elderflower.

Make Your Own Rustic Wine Glasses


What you will need: Peanut Butter jars and chalkboard spray paint.

Step 1: Thoroughly clean the peanut butter jars.

Step 2: Spray paint the lids with chalkboard spray paint.

Step 3: Decorate with chalk. Use and enjoy! Cheers!

Summer White Wine Elderflower Sangria



What you will need: White Wine, 1/2 orange, 1 lime, 1 lemon, Elderflower

How to make it

Step 1: Pour the white wine in your pitcher

Step 2: Add ingredients: 1/2 orange, 1 lime, 1 lemon and 2 parts Elderflower.

Step 3: Leave a few slices of lime, lemon and orange in the pitcher for extra flavor.

Step 4: Chill for 2-3 hours or leave overnight

Step 5: Enjoy! Cheers



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