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Now onto your regularly scheduled program...
To say I have a slight obsession with this etching cream would be an understatement. My husband is pretty much convinced every piece of glass in our house will eventually be monogrammed! Here are a few more examples of what you can do with this stuff!
I found these adorable little salt and pepper shakers for $1 at Michaels. I etched an "s" and a "p" to give them a little more personality!
Here is my Pottery Barn knock off. The Apothecary jar was purchased at Michaels with a 40% off coupon. I etched a "W" on for our last name, White.
Sorry, hard to see on camera!
Here's the Pottery Barn version
Pottery Barn- $49
Here's another fun way to add some personality to your stemless wine glasses.
Dollar General- Set of 6- $6
I made these for my parents since its quite a wine-fest when all the siblings and their significant others get together at their house. This way you don't have to bother with wine charms. You just have to remember which number you have...which tends to be a problem towards the end of the night after several refills!
Look similar to these, don't they!
Pottery Barn set of 6 - $72
Don't tell my parents but I got theirs at Dollar General for $1 each! That's quite a savings over the PB glasses!
Kristen from http://updownleftrightbastart.blogspot.com/ had mentioned that she uses this stuff! It gives the look of etched glass but in a spray can. It's much easier to use then the etching cream. I would recommend it for things that you will not be running through the dishwashers since its not permanent.
And how great is this idea from Meri at http://twofive365.blogspot.com/. She monogrammed a glass pie plate so that when she brings pies over to a party the hostess won't "forget" to return it because her name is right there on the bottom! Love that idea!
If you need a tutorial on how to use the etching cream...here is my post on that!
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