7 DIY Glass Pitcher Makeovers For Your Summer Bar

7 diy glass pitcher makeovers for your summer bar cover

This is the last month of summer, well, it may last a bit longer and make us happy in September, too, but hurry up to have gorgeous summer parties and fun anyways. For hosting parties you’ll need a proper bar cart and of course there’s no bar cart without a pitcher – serving drinks in it is very comfy. I’ve gathered a bunch of cool glass pitcher makeovers that are to make your bar cart brighter and bolder, perfect for summer parties, take a look!

A pitcher is an indispensable part of your bar, especially if you love refreshing drinks and juices. You can make a colorful and fun pitcher using colorful acrylic paints. Splatter the paints chaotically on the pitcher and make a bold item for the bar. Spruce up the bar and enjoy!

DIY splatter painted drink pitcher (via akailochiclife.com)

DIY splatter painted drink pitcher (via akailochiclife.com)

This bright and glam pitcher will fit not only a summer party but also holiday ones as they are often about gold. If you want to give your serving gear a golden makeover, but don’t want to commit to it year round, then this easy and removable tutorial is for you! Spruce up your pitcher with gold dots and make it brighter and when you want it back to basics, just remove them – so easy!

DIY pitcher with removable gold polka dots (via thecraftedlife.com)

DIY pitcher with removable gold polka dots (via thecraftedlife.com)

Summer is coming to a close and soon visions of pumpkins and PSL’s will fill your feeds and favorite blogs. But first here’s a colorful summer project for you! This DIY palm leaf drink pitcher is so cute and the perfect for an end of summer party. While it does require the use of a vinyl cutting machine, it really is too cute not to try to make yourself. And if you are an overachiever, you can even make a set of glasses to go with it with your extra vinyl. Optionally you can use the extra smaller leaves to decorate a few glasses as well to have a whole set of custom-made palm leaf drink serveware. Now who else is ready for a little end of summer party and a drink?

DIY palm leaf drink pitcher (via akailochiclife.com)

DIY palm leaf drink pitcher (via akailochiclife.com)

Abstract patterns like these have become more and more popular, and this tutorial will show you how to use vinyl to make a simple DIY Matisse pitcher inspired by the French artist. Adding vinyl to glassware can be a permanent or temporary change, and this pitcher can be safely washed by hand. Use your favorite bright colors to bring this Matisse pitcher to life and add color to your bar cart. This particular DIY is an IKEA hack with a teal IKEA pitcher but you may use any other that you like. Enjoy!

DIY Matisse vinyl pitcher (via www.clubcrafted.com)

DIY Matisse vinyl pitcher (via www.clubcrafted.com)

Everybody is currently obsessed with all things 80’s including the music and graphic patterns that were so popular back then. And here’s a project create DIY 80’s design drink stirrers and pitcher using polymer clay and adhesive vinyl. I’m totally head over heels about the bright prints on the pitcher – it looks so bold, cool and stylish, don’t you think?

DIY bright 80s inspired pitcher design with vinyl (via akailochiclife.com)

DIY bright 80s inspired pitcher design with vinyl (via akailochiclife.com)

This retro-inspired barware set is ideal for those who love florals and enjoy retro patterns, as this set is spruced up with floral decoupage. If you don’t like blooms, try some other detailing and stick to the tutorial to find out how to decorate your simple and plain barware set and make it cooler.

DIY bright floral decoupage on glasses and a pitcher (via jaderbomb.com)

DIY bright floral decoupage on glasses and a pitcher (via jaderbomb.com)

Ombre effects are more popular than ever and if you want to slightly incorporate them into your home décor, here’s a way! This is a barware set spruced up with neon pink and an ombre effect, so bold and so cool! These are hand wash only! As with any hand-painted glassware, they should be handled with care.

DIY neon pink ombre glassware (via studiodiy.com)

DIY neon pink ombre glassware (via studiodiy.com)