Okay, I apologize to all of you that look forward to my email or blog posts daily. I assure you I have been crafting, just haven't had much computer time. It seems that when I can actually get onto my computer someone is using it. I know, you are probably saying "well, it's your computer, so use it". Well, easier said than done...so, I finally have some computer time, so here is something I created.
A friend of mine is in a wedding coming up and she is a bride's maid. She wanted to get them something special and of course came to me. At first we were going to etch some wine glasses like I did for my daughter's wedding. The saying was a bit too much for the glasses though. You know how much I love garage sales and I had gone with my daughter a couple of weeks ago and found these awesome wine carafs. They were $1 a piece and I snagged 3 of them up. I tried etching on them, but it wouldn't take. I've ran into that a couple of times before. I'm not sure why some glass takes, but others doesn't.?? so, vinyl to the rescue!!! The wedding colors are hot pink and black and I love those colors together. I used my SCAL to cut the letters using the Georgia font and made some letters bigger than others. I really love the way it turned out. My friend is going to buy some black and pink sand and then they can layer their love. If and when I get a picture of it filled I will post it.
Aww! What a unique gift! I'm sure they will cherish it :)ReplyDelete
Brenda, this is such a whimsical and unique gift idea! What a nice surprise for someone receiving this!!!ReplyDelete
Super cute!!! I really like the different sized letters. That is a great look. TFS!ReplyDelete
What a fantastic gift. I love the varying font size and how you placed them. The carafe is a wonderful shape. What a great deal. You are so creative.ReplyDelete
I really love it! its a really great gift, :)ReplyDelete
Love this...so unique and pretty!ReplyDelete
What a perfect gift. I love using vinyl but haven't done much with words, this turned out great.ReplyDelete