Bride and Groom Etched Glasses – Wine and Champagne Flute!

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Etched custom wine glasses champagne flute for wedding bride and groom

This project was made for one of my best friends, Megan and Brett are getting married on December 1st (YEAY!!!!). They had a pre-wedding celebration as they are having a private ceremony in Hawaii. I wanted to give them something fun and since it was a classy affair, I though wine glasses for dinner and then champagne flutes for the toasts.

I’m going to give this tutorial with 2 sets of instructions. You don’t need a $400 sandblasting cabinet to do these (I have one for refinishing old hardware in my house remodel), you can do them just as easily with etching cream..

Supplies:

Step 1: Wash, clean and dry your glasses thoroughly.

Step 2: Put your stickers on the glass where you want them, know that anything WITH stickers or tape on it will NOT be etched but anything exposed will.

stickers ready for sandblasting etched wine glass weddding bride groom custom

Step 3: Tape around where you don’t want to etch. I typically make a square or stripe are to enclose the stickers so that there is a nicely etched border.

stickers ready for sandblasting etched wine glass weddding bride groom custom

Step 4: Sandblast or Apply the armor etch per the instructions on the bottle and wait the designated time OR if you sandblast, your done right away.

stickers ready for sandblasting etched wine glass weddding bride groom custom

Step 5: Remove the tape and stickers and check out your awesome, thoughtful, custom gift!

stickers ready for sandblasting etched wine glass weddding bride groom custom

stickers ready for sandblasting etched wine glass weddding bride groom custom

At some point I need to do a post on my fascination with the sandblasting cabinet I got to help refinish a bunch of vintage hardware and lighting for the new house (1928 bungalow). … more on that later.

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