Glass Etched Flutes

Just a quick pic of some glass etched Champain Flutes made for a happy couple to use on their wedding day! :)

Here is a pic and for information on how to make them, check out my video on Glass Etched Votives.  Follow those steps and you can customize any glass surface!  We’ll be having some fun doing challeges and projects later with this, but for now.  Just another fun idea for a gift you can make for just about anyone!

Monogramed Champain Flutes

Comments

  1. Katty says:

    The article is ver good. Write please more

    • I would be happy to give you any information you would like. My plan is to add something new every day, it may not always be a video, but I am anxious to do as much as I can. With have a 18 month old and a 6mounth old at home, I don’t get many hours in my day to do what I have a passion for in crafting. But any specific questions you have, please feel free to contact me and I will answer them promptly. :) Also I have a video posted on what I used to make these particular flutes if you watch the video Glass etched Votives. I used all of the same materials except for using champagne flutes I bought at Walmart instead of the mini glass candle votives from the craft store.

  2. Gary says:

    How soon will you update your blog? I’m interested in reading some more information on this issue.

  3. lisa kingan says:

    please show me how to do glass etching using transfer paper. also i would like to know what transfer paper is for. one more thing. i dont quite understand the blackout key. is there a video that shows you exactly how to do layering. i am using the noel and i want to make the sleigh however my mind can’t wrap around how to do the colors. red i thnk would be in layers and then there is gray and yellow. how do you figure out what color gets what function key

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