Where I live in Brooklyn, New York, it’s pretty common to find yourself drinking and eating out of all kinds of mason jar-based receptacles on any given night. My favorite one of all is the mason jar goblet (also known as the “redneck wine glass”), but after searching online and finding them being sold for upwards of $10 each, I decided to try my hand at making them myself. The process is insultingly easy, and will be well worth it when you see your friends’ reactions. Read on and follow our simple 3-step DIY tutorial to make one or a dozen of your own!
DIY Mason Jar Wine Goblets
Here’s what you’ll need to get started…
– a mason jar
– a glass candlestick holder
– E-6000 or other permanent glass glue
Wipe down your glass candlestick holder and mason jar to remove any oil or residue that might prevent proper adhesion.
In a well-ventilated area, apply the glue to the top rim of the candlestick holder, and then carefully place your mason jar on top, ensuring that the jar rests squarely atop the candlestick holder.
Allow the mason jar about 24 hours to adhere to its new base. The best thing about this DIY is that it’s so inexpensive. Each glass cost us less than $6.00 to make!