Tracy also shared a flute that has a simple spiral design etched around. I would like to add that champagne flutes will probably be much easier to place stencils on the glass in comparison to wine glasses. This is because flutes don’t have as much multi-directional curves. Wine glasses are shorter in height so the glass tends to curve vertically in addition to horizontally which can cause ripples in the stencils as I talked about here.
She provided the below details about these etchings:
Tracy also shared the below wine glass set etched with snowflakes in various sizes. I liked this photo idea also because it is a great way to market these if you are selling them.
I sandblasted these glasses using 60 psi with aluminium oxide. I made the stencil using a program with my silhouette cameo, weeded the lettering and masked the glasses with vinyl before I sandblasted.
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