DIY Olympic Torch

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Olympic Torch

I was so excited after I made these DIY Olympic Torches today and just couldn’t wait to show them to you!  They are crazy easy, too! 

Okay, so I never thought I would purchase one of these and especially not two of them…

olympic torch

Yep, those are neon pink yard plastic “drinking” glasses from Dollar Tree!  So pretty right? Hee hee :) I was so excited when I found them!  I can only imagine what the sweet old lady in front of me in line was thinking about how excited I was. 

Now, don’t get me wrong, I’m not judging those who like these, but the hubs and I have no late night “keggers” planned any time soon!  But, aren’t they perfect for Olympic Torches?! I made two of them to place on the food table at our party this weekend!

Here is how to make some for yourself…

  • plastic drinking glass from Dollar Tree
  • some metallic spray paint
  • three sheets of tissue paper (yellow, orange, and red)

olympic torch spray paint

Simply spray paint your glasses.  I used Rust-oleum’s Hammered finish spray in dark bronze.  Once they are dry,  stuff all the tissue paper inside the top of the glass just like you would a gift bag!  That’s all folks!  This was such an easy one and it looks fabulous! 

olympic torch

olympic torch

Won’t these be perfect with the DIY Olympic Rings

Be sure to check out our Gold Medal Treats, too! 

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Trish Flake

Hey y'all! I am Trish and the creative voice behind Uncommon Designs. I adore party planning, holiday celebrations, and all things crafty! I am so excited to share my creative adventures with you!

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  1. says

    This is such a cute idea!! Isn’t is amazing what you can make from unexpected things from the dollar store..Have fun at your party this weekend!


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