Create custom party ware with DIY Party Drinking Glasses! Creative Contributor Chloe from Boxwood Ave. is serving up these adorable Flamingo &； Pineapple DIY Party Drinking Glasses using her Cricut Explore! I think I need to make up a few and put them in my party pantry! If you’；re shopping for a Cricut， use my special affiliate link >；>；>；？Cricut Explore Air？ Machine EVERYTHING Starter Setaccent pillow case baby canvas home decor
Who doesn’；t love flamingos and pineapples？ They are little symbols that summertime is officially here! And along with that， comes pool parties， and if you’；re lucky： flamingo &； pineapple pool parties.
One dayfunny standard pillowcases， I was scrolling through instagram when I saw a set of cactus cups similar to these flamingo &； pineapple glasses， and I thought， “Hey! I can make that!” So， as usual， make it I did. ？ ？
These DIY Party Drinking Glasses are so simple to make with your Cricut Explore Air？， and can be customized any way you like (wait， isn’t that the point of having a Cricut？). I think they’d be cute with names or a monogram， but the best part？ The vinyl comes right off when you’re ready to wash the glasses.
These DIY flamingo &； pineapple glasses are the perfect way to celebrate summer. Whether you’re celebrating poolside， beachside， or anywhere in between， you’re going to love serving summery drinks in these fun cups.
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