DIY egg nog giftset

A DIY Egg nog giftset? Everyone needs one, don’t you think??
Well, I do. So…I headed over to my thrift store and picked up some glasses (they actually don’t even match, but are close) and a flask.

I used some paint and stencils from that fabulous stash of Martha Stewart Paints to make this look all vintage and dorky.

Isn’t it great!


NellieBellie: DIY vintage eggnog giftset


If you want to get a lovely vintagey, dorky Egg Nog giftset all your own (or to give as a gift) here’s what you need to do.

1. Find yourself some glasses that seem “vintagey”.

2. Find yourself a bottle, flask, pitcher…whatever. Something for the egg nog.

—I would recommend looking at your local thrift store for these. Or garage sales. Or free boxes. And, if they don’t match perfectly…that’s okay.

3. use some vinegar or alcohol to clean the glass. Dry well.

 4. place your stencils.

5. paint.
6. cure. The paint tells you how on the back of it. Follow the directions. It’s easy.

(tip. to put a new cork into an old bottle I used a vegetable peeler to cut the bottom of the cork down enough to fit it)

Look at your crazy cool Eggnog Gift set and be proud that you made it. Cause it’s so stinking cool you just can’t stand it!

the end.

go rule the world!

Do you love to give gift sets? Try my Bubble Bath gift set for another fun gift idea!

DIY eggnog gift set. a tutorial by NellieBellie

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  1. Jen @ Four Marrs & One Venus says

    What the What? How clever and cute is this?! This is why I follow the guts out of you- amazing ideas!!!

  2. octoberfarm says

    I love this egg nog set. I was trying to locate the stencils and I found the one for the trees and the deer but I can’t find the letters or the large dotted circle. What stencils did you use for them?
    Take care :o)

    • miznelliebellie says

      I used Martha Stewarts.
      Those circles were silk screens (not the adhesive stencils).
      The letters were adhesive stencils from Martha Stewart as well.
      Love those adhesive stencils!

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