Anthropologie Inspired: DIY Monogram Tumblers

December 12, 2016 at 2:00 AM Leave a comment

Anthropologie Inspired DIY Monogram Tumbler

Turn on the Christmas carols and pour yourself a cup of hot chocolate! It’s time to sit down and get cozy for a holiday craft!

Every year I find it difficult to shop for the men on my list. They fall into two extremes:

  • Their wish list is non-existent
  • Everything on their list is way out of my price range

Anthropologie Inspired DIY Monogram Tumbler

Therefore, I’m left racking my brain for a gift they would enjoy, but never think to put on their list. Last year I chose to go down the food route with Chocolate Covered Bourbon Oreos. Because let’s be real, you can never go wrong with food! But this year I was in the DIY mood and wanted to switch things up a bit.

Anthropologie Inspired DIY Monogram Tumbler

Therefore, I bring you these Anthropologie inspired monogram tumblers! They were surprisingly simple to make and only cost a fraction of the retail price! They would be perfect as a stand-alone present, but if you want to go all out you could package them up as a mini cocktail gift set.

Here’s how you can make them at home:

Anthropologie Inspired Monogram Tumblers

You will need:

  • Glass tumblers
  • Gold Ultra Gloss Air Dry Enamel paint
  • Sponge brush
  • Alphabet stencils


  • Wash your glasses with warm, soapy water and let dry
  • Tape your stencil in the middle of the glass and use a sponge brush to apply a thin layer of paint
  • Once dry, apply a second coat of paint
  • After an hour, gently peel away the stencil
  • Set aside to cure for 4 days


  • Tumbler can be hand washed with soap and water

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