DIY Monogram Wine Glass – Perfect & Easy Birthday Gift! 

I love making gifts for my friends for their birthdays and this year I decided to make a monogram wine glass! These were so easy to make an I absolutely love the end result. This would also make for a perfect hostess gift!
What you will need: 


Wine glasses

Masking tape

Stickers

protractor

Etching cream

Paint brush
How to make them: 

Step 1: start by washing you’re wine glasses and once they are completely dry lay out the shape that you want your letter to be inside of. You can do any shape you want but I chose a square.

Tip: I tried to make a square on my cutting board and then transfer it to the glass but that didn’t work out. Instead I placed the tape down directly on the glass and made sure I had straight lines with a ruler and protractor to ensure I had the perfect square! Pretty happy I kept my protractor kit from elementary school lol


Step 2: Place the letter or initials you want to use in the centre of your shape.

Tip: Lay down a piece of masking tape where you want the bottom of your initial to sit to ensure its level and in the centre

Step 3: Place a thick layer of etching cream over your sticker so you can’t see your sticker beneath. Follow your specific brand of etching creams instructions but mine said to leave it on for 6 minutes and then rinse it off in the sink.

Step 4: Remove the tape and stickers and dry the glass and your DIY is complete!

I packaged these up for my friends with fun tissue paper in the glass and a baby bottle of wine! I then wrapped them in cellophane and tied them with gold curled ribbon.

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