Vacu Vin Created the Cutest Party People Glass Markers

Vacu Vin Glass Markers

Wine glass markers have been around for a while. Although they are previous attempts to identify any type of glass at parties, Vacu Vin is the first that targets kids and adults with their Party People Glass Markers.

The Dutch creativity emerges with 12 cute characters that they referred as party people. Each figure attaches with a suction cup to any smooth surface. I got a sample from Cadosphere, an online gift store.  They work very well.

These colorful markers are dishwasher safe. It is a fun product that will cheer up any party. One thing for sure, it will entertain the kids for a while. For all these reasons, it makes a wonderful hostess gift.

3 characters from vacu vin party people glass markers

The Tests I made

I did not encounter any problems. In fact, my husband commented on how secure the character stuck to our drinkware.

I wanted to test it further. I left one glass marker on a hot tea served in a cup and another on a water glass filled with ice to see how long they would stick. In these extreme scenarios, the suction eventually gave up. My husband drank his tea at a normal speed and as I recalled, he had no problems.

I give the Vacu Vin Party People Glass Markers the AHWKV’s seal of approval.

Other uses

For a kid birthday party, ever kid could bring home the figure he/she got. Or wrap them in cute bags as an affordable surprise party favor. Each figure costs 66 cents.

Whenever you wish to randomly pick someone name or assign something to people, you could use the characters as identifiers. Simply make in advance 12 tags with a picture and name of each character. Make your tags durable to reuse them at other events.

+ Vacu Vin Party People Glass Markers $7.95 CAD for pack of 12
+ images from Vacu Vin

  • Devilish
    March 5, 2009 at 05:33

    If only you could have 24 different characters….you know…for theme parties like Christmas.

    Wouldn’t that be great?

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