So after a long week I was sitting with a bottle of wine or two while editing images that resulted in getting home at 3am for the eighth day in a row and considering the even longer weekend ahead.
My family busts glassware by the box, so breaking the last of even the 99p for four tesco champagne flutes is a problem, which I did, someone annoyed me impressively and flutes are fragile... Well, if they had longer necks it wouldn't have broke...
Anyway I thought a little sugru might fix it and add a bit of novelty to the glass itself.
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Step 1: Set the Top in the Wine, Find Materials
So if the glass breaks with wine in it, set it in the wine bottle, now go look for:
Step 2: Moisturise!
Cut the sugru packet then...
Rub your hands well with moisturiser.
Step 3: Set the Glass
Take the sugru and wrap it round the base stalk first, line them up.
Rub the sugru in to the cracks until the glass can blance and support itself, set it in a corner for 24 hours, and it will be good as new... ish...