Last February we introduced you to Eye Kandy (now Studio 50), a small at-home company based in Florida where artist Kimberly Cass produces custom designed, monogramed, name and dated glassware. Kimberly hooked me up with the most adorable WinoBee glass (you likely see it in many of my pics, like the one here on the right) so I had to include her amazing work within our "12 Days of Wino."
Now, if you're going to drink, you better drink in style. Add some flare to your stemware with the custom design, colors, themes, images and copy you want painted on. Here are a few great thoughts we have for your special gift:
- Paint the bottom of the glass a solid color and include a name in a bright color atop. Adding personalization to your gift makes it that much more special to your recipient. It's also great because it alleviates the need for wine charms... they'll always know which glass is theres!
- For the perfect wino couple, custom monogram the glasses and pair with their favorite type of wine.
- For sassy winos, create a themed glass based on your recipients favorite activity, like talking, shopping or playing sports. Spruce it up with feather boa strips or charms and pair with a sassy bottle of wine that matches your theme, like Bitch Wine or Purple Cowboy (they may not be the best tasting, but they make the overall package super fun).
Cost: $12.50/glass or $13.50 (custom)
Where to Buy: Studio 50
GIVEAWAY -- We want to give you the opportunity to gift someone special (or yourself) with a little flare this holiday season. Leave a comment on this post telling us what type of wine you'll be toting to your festivities and you could win this super jazzy, eco-friendly tote designed by Studio 50 to lug your booze in (value $15).
Open to US residents only. Winner will be selected on December 13, 2010 and product will be mailed directly following information is obtained. Please accompany your comment with appropriate email address for follow-up should you win. Good luck!
Other: Delivery to all U.S. States available. All glasses are insured against breakage.