These DIY Lego Minifigures wine charms will surely be a conversation starter at your next party.
Time to raid your kid’s Lego bin! Just tell the kids it’s more important for your party guests to not drink from each other’s glasses than it is for them to play.
Lego Minifigures wine charms let grown-ups have fun, too. Make a bunch for guests to attach to their wine or beer glasses to keep their germs to themselves.
I find Lego Minifigures to be a bit pricey, so this is a great craft for using toys kids no longer play with, or, instead of Legos, use any comparable toy figure.
TIP: Sometimes ebay has great deals on Legos, too.
You can make wine charms out of anything. I did try using my hot glue gun on these, and I found the glue just didn’t stick to the suction cups.
So Gorilla glue won in the end.
You’ll notice, too, in the video that I use a stick to apply the glue. You don’t have to do this. It’s just that my glue was all jammed at the tip, as all the glues in our house are.
Need more Lego fun? Make your kids a movable Lego table. And here’s a roundup of 25 awesome Lego crafts for kids and adults. But wait! There’s more! Upcycle Altoids tins into adorable Lego kits. Great for a travel game or party favors.
Or, need more wine fun? Check out this post on how to paint wine glasses.
how to make DIY Lego Minifigures wine charms
you will need:
what to do:
Use the Gorilla glue to attach a suction cup to the back of a Lego minifigure. That’s it. Let dry overnight.
- Lego Minifigures (or comparable toy figures)
- Gorilla glue
- mini suction cups without hooks
- Use the Gorilla glue to attach a suction cup to the back of a Lego minifigure.
- Let dry overnight.