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Cheers to 2014: Disney-Inspired Glassware to Toast to the New Year

Happy New Year! Well it’s the start of another new year, so it’s the perfect time to look back and reflect on all that’s happened in 2013, a time to make resolutions and set our goals for what we really want to accomplish in 2014. We raise up our glasses to you and wish you the best year of your life, because why not? We bid 2013 farewell and propose a toast to this shiny new year that has all the promise of being a magical one. Clink. Clink. Clink. And speaking of a toast, we’ve found some glassware that will have you saying ‘Cheers’ more often this year!

We came across Durban Decor while browsing Pinterest and immediately loved Jessie Durban’s Disney-inspired work. I mean what’s not to love? She paints Disney characters on anything from shot glasses to champagne flutes! We’ll drink to that! You probably never knew you needed a Kermit wine glass until you see it. Click through the slideshow below for other glassware that Disney fan cannot live without!

Here are some quotes to inspire you as you ring in the new year. CHEERS!

Images used with permission by the lovely Jessica of Durban Decor. Isn’t this Disney-inspired glassware a fabulous find? We want one of each please! She can also do custom painted designs including stuff for weddings and bridal parties. Follow the artist on  Twitter and Pinterest.

The items in this post are not officially affiliated with the Disney brand. 

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