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Saint Wine Charms

These DIY wine charms are heavenly.

Saint Wine Charms
Saint Wine Charms
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Saint wine charms are an excellent gift to make for friends! If you're looking to make a unique wedding shower gift or Christmas present, this is the perfect option. With basic earring hoops, crystal beads, and charms for all your favorite saints, you can make the best wine charms ever. It is so delightful to go to a friend's party and decide which saint you want to identify your glass. Are you forgetful? Maybe you should opt for St. Anthony, the finder of lost things. Maybe you're a new father, so St. Joseph's your man. These DIY wine charms are sure to be the talking point at any party!

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueBeadwork


Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • A selection of saint medals - you can find these at your local Catholic book store or church gift shop
  • Package of inexpensive wire earring hoops
  • Crystal beads in colors and styles of your choice
  • Jewelry pliers

Saint Wine Charms


  1. Open your wire hoop and thread beads, then your wine charm, then more beads on. Note: you want to make sure the beads closest to your charm are large enough that the charm doesn't slide over them. Make sure the beads are symmetrical on both sides of the charm!

  2. Try a variety of bead colors and styles so party guests can identify by the beads in addition to their saint if they so choose.

  3. Use your jewelry pliers to curve the end of the wire so the hoops lock into place.

  4. Use them at your next party for a fun way to identify your wine glasses!

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These are very nice. It is pretty , easy and inexpensive to make. That covers all of my requirements for a DIY project. I have a lot of left over beads so I don't have to purchase any. I have a ton of charms to use also, so I am ready to get started.

These are genius! Kudos to whoever came up with this great idea!

I made these charms with a friend and they were very cute and easy! I think St. Anthony is the right choice for me, since I am always losing things. This project is a great way to use up leftover beads!


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