Etched Monogram Wine Glasses

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When in need of a gift for a retiring friend, Stephanie from Full of Great Ideas had to look no further than her bottle of etching cream. She was inspired by some stemless wine glasses from Pottery Barn to add an etched monogram to her own store-bought glasses. I love this gift idea! Pair a bottle of wine with these classy-looking glasses, and your mom will think you totally stretched the budget for her. Don’t worry… I won’t tell {wink}!

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Etched Glass Snowflake Candle Holder

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Tara from Suburble shares at Crafts Unleashed how she gave some dollar store candle holders a wintery makeover with etching cream. For one of the holders, Tara created unique snowflake stencils for each side using her Silhouette Cameo. The other features a fun candy cane-esque diagonal stripe that was easily achieved with painter’s tape. Tara says, “ Wouldn’t these votive candle holders look so sweet wrapped up in cellophane and gifted to a hostess this holiday season? Or make a pair (or a trio…) and present them as a personalized gift!”

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Etched Glass Easter Egg Ornament

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When Jill from Create.Craft.Love laid eyes on some monogrammed glass Easter egg ornaments, she knew it was time to break out the etching cream. Jill created an initial stencil with her Silhouette, adhered it to her glass egg ornament, and then applied the etching cream. Ten minutes later Jill rinsed it off and had a simple and elegant take on the classic Easter egg!

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Monogrammed Etched Glasses

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Natalie from Sophisticated Yellow shares how to easily update a set of old glasses or stemware with an etched mon0grammed. Natalie created her own stencil using a sticker label and then simply brushed on etching cream. Within a couple of hours, she had a full set of fabulous wine glasses. Natalie suggests stocking your bar with these custom glasses or giving them as gifts with a nice bottle of wine.

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Mercury Glass Lamp

When Bethany from Pitter and Glink couldn’t afford $259 for an etched mercury glass lamp from Pottery Barn, she decided to make her own version. Bethany shares how to get the same look using a glass vase, lamp kit, spray paint, and faux etching paint. This would be a great way to give new life […Read More]

Silhouette Hurricane Vase

Myra from My Blessed Life wanted to make her own silhouette hurricane without breaking the bank. Conveniently, Myra already had a silhouette shot of her two-year-old son saved on her computer. She created an outline of the silhouette and then cut it on frosted vinyl for an etched glass look. Myra applied the vinyl to […Read More]