Wine glass vinyl ideas

Wine glass vinyl ideas DEFAULT

If you are interested in starting a small business from home the Cricut Vinyl cutter is a great investment.  There are so many uses for this machine it is incredible.  The first project I tried was these novelty glitter wine glasses. They were so easy to do and are very popular, so you will not have a problem selling them.  I did some research on which vinyl cutter to buy and it came down to two machines. 

The Cricut Explore Air 2 and the Silhouette Cameo while both machines are great the Cricut Explore Air 2 was more suited to my needs.  Many of these vinyl cutting machines require cartridges and monthly subscriptions to use, and Cricut Explore Air 2 can be used either way.  

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Find suitable wine glasses

I started using any size wine glass, but soon figured out big is better. The glass that I found the most suitable were ml and bigger.  The reason for this is you have a larger area to work with so you can use a larger font, which is more effective. Using the smaller glasses I found I got more creases in my vinyl.  There are so many different styles on the market at the moment the stemless wine glasses are very popular so included them in your range.  

Novelty wine glasses

Prepare the surface

Make sure you buy the dishwasher safe Mod Podge. The first questions asked by my customers was &#;are the dishwasher safe&#;.  Customers seemed to be put off a bit when they have to wash them by hand.  The only downside to using dishwasher safe Mod Podge is that it takes 28 days to cure.

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To start, add some masking tape around the stems so that you can get a nice clean edge where the glitter ends.  I have seen some of these novelty wine glasses that are taped only halfway down the stem.  This way is easier to do, but my personal choice is to do the whole stem.  You can put a bag over the wine glass to protect the surface getting fingerprints. all over them. This just helps keep the wine glasses looking like new.

Novelty wine glasses

Use a soft brush to add the Mod Podge to the wine glass.  I have found the brushes that work best are makeup brushes, am sure all you ladies out there have them lying around in makeup drawers not knowing what to do with them.

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Add the glitter

Add a thin layer of the Mod Podge to the wine glass, don&#;t be tempted to do one thick coat. It works better if you build up the layers, the end surface is smoother.  It is also easier to see where you have missed adding the glitter.   Protect your surface with newspaper (nothing worse than having glitter everywhere).  A plastic container works well to catch the excess glitter, simply hold the glass over the plastic container and pour over the glitter.  I would highly recommend using fine glitter for this project.  Regular glitter can feel too rough on the hands even when sealed.  Leave glass to dry 1 to 2 hours between coats.

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Two coats work great with the fine glitter, excess glitter can be put back into a storage tub ready for your next project.  You might think it would work better to put the finished wine glasses in the sun to dry, but this is not the case.  I put mine on a bedroom windowsill to dry but it faded all the glitter and it looked all washed out.  After 2 hours use a soft brush and dust off all the excess glitter.  Add two more coats of Mod Podge to make them dishwasher safe.  Even though I taped up the glasses the very top was still a little uneven, you can use a craft knife to remove any rogue glitter.

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Design your decals

The great thing about this project using the Cricut Explore Air 2 is you don&#;t need to be talented or creative because you are just using fonts.  There are many websites that sell fonts but you can get free fonts to use from Dafont or fonts.  But make sure you check the description first, not all fonts are free for commercial use. In design space type up what you want to have on your glass and select your font.   If you want to add a graphics there are many websites that offer free SVG cut files and graphics that can be converted into SVG cut file using Inkspace.  For wine glasses, I keep my decal size to 3inches length by 2 inches deep that is a good size for the ml wine glasses.

Novelty wine glasses

I tried a few different types of vinyl for this project and found Oracle was far superior to Cricut and Silhouettes vinyl.  

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Put the vinyl on the cutting mat and push the &#;make it &#;button in design space.

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Weed the vinyl

Once the designs are all cut, using a Cricut weeding tool or a craft knife to remove the excess vinyl leaving you with just the text you will be transferring.  To transfer the image I personally have found that the cheaper brands of transfer film work best. Alternatively, you can use a piece of tape that has been used a few times and is not so sticky.  A new piece of Cricut transfer tape seemed too sticky and I had trouble at times getting the vinyl to transfer.

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Prep the wine glasses

To transfer the image to your glass you need to prep your glass first. Clean the glass with Isocol or something similar to remove any residue on the glass.  Use a hairdryer or heat gun to heat up the surface of the wine glass first, this helps the vinyl transfer easier.

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Place the transfer film on the wine glass and rub the text using a felted scraper or Cricut scraper tool to remove any bubbles in the vinyl.  Adding the words to a curved surface can be tricky. You can cut some slits into the transfer tape, which will make it easier to transfer.  Remove the transfer film by starting at the top corner and pulling it down on itself.

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And that is the novelty glitter wine glasses done.  You can order boxes for the wine glasses to sell them but that will chew into your profits.  A cheap option is to use clear cellophane with a rubber band or ribbon.  If you are giving it as a gift you can even fill the wine glasses with chocolates.

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Here are some of the novelty wine glasses I made, but you can put anything on them.

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Novelty wine glasses

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Quick and Easy Holiday Gift Idea: Sassy DIY Wine Glasses

Hey y'all,

It&#;s that time of year again&#; the season of giving and fun we call the holidays! I absolutely love using my Cricut and even though I received this bad boy last Christmas I&#;m still learning all of the fun things i can use it for.

Of course, I had so. many. ideas. of cute Christmas presents I could make&#; so that&#;s where I started. I wanted to make a sweet and sassy present for my step-mom and she absolutely loves wine so wine glasses were the perfect present!

I scoured the web/Target/Pinterest/asked friends for sassy wine puns and maybe I just love a good pun but I thought these were particularly punny.

I&#;m half-convinced I could win a good dad-joke competition.

Anyways we&#;re getting besides the point&#; we&#;re making sassy DIY wine glasses! The best part? I&#;m partnering up with 13 other bloggers who know how to make amazing things with their Cricut for a little Christmas Cricut Party!! Scroll to the bottom of the post to see what other fun projects we have in store for you (and if Cricut&#;s are your thing stay tuned because this Cricut party is about to become a monthly thing).

Materials:

Stemless Wine Glasses (I picked stemless but really you can use any size or shape you like!)

Foiled Vinyl (If you&#;re not sure what color you like a multi-colored foil pack is a great starter)

Transfer Tape

Cricut Explore Air 2

Cricut Cut Files

That&#;s it folks!! Let&#;s get cracking!

Ready to jump right in? Get started by grabbing your cricut cut files here and then press &#;make it&#;.  This particular file has four sayings: Cheers, I&#;m on Cloud Wine, Rose All Day and Wine About It.

The steps to cut foil vinyl are the same as any cut file but I always need a refresher course so I pulled up my how to cut glitter vinyl with the cricut post to follow along. Maybe one day I&#;ll have this down like the back of my hand but for now I still needed a few refreshers!

I always love to watch this baby cut&#; especially foils! They&#;re just so pretty!!

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These particular fonts are very small and delicate so make sure that you&#;re careful when moving to the transfer tape&#; maybe I&#;m missing a step but this took a while for me. I had to use my little weeding tool to make sure each and every last swirl transferred.

I definitely wouldn&#;t use a super sticky mat for this one!

I don&#;t know about y&#;all but I absolutely love how these turned out!! I hope my step mother loves them&#; they took quite a while to make! Of course, now they have to make the cross country trip to Colorado&#; wish them luck!

I filled them with packing peanuts and surrounded them with those little bags of air but I&#;m still worried they&#;ll break!

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Are you looking for an easy, inexpensive, thoughtful gift idea? Cricut community member Vanessa Teran created a custom-etched wine glass for her son&#;s teacher&#;s birthday. Not only was this her first time etching glass, but it gave her results &#;beyond&#; what she expected. It&#;s simple and straight forward with no special after-care needed &#; a professional-looking personalized gift for less than $5!

Wine glass: $4 for four (minimum) from Dollar Tree
Etching cream: ~ $10 for a 3 oz. bottle from Joann, Michaels, or Amazon
Cricut vinyl: starting at $ per roll

Total cost per wine glass: $ or lower.
The etching cream and vinyl will last more than four glasses so as you create more custom gifts, it&#;ll cost less per item!


Here&#;s how to make a custom etched glass of your own

Using a Cricut Explore Air 2 to etch custom glasses

You&#;ll need the following for this project:

*Colored glass may not etch. Colored glass that has been treated with a coating prevents the etching cream from working. However, true colored glass, where the glass is colored through and through, typically still reacts to the etching cream.

+Note that these instructions are specific to creating a stencil with a Cricut. You don&#;t necessarily need a Cricut machine to make this project, but it&#;ll help create a more precise stencil for better results.

Clean the surface

First, prep you glass surface by cleaning it with the isopropyl alcohol to remove fingerprints, dust, and grease. Let it dry completely after a thorough cleaning.

Glass etching prep

Make a vinyl stencil with your design

To cut a stencil with your Cricut machine, you&#;ll need to put it on a canvas in Design Space. Vanessa chose the phrase &#;lesson planning juice&#; for her son&#;s teacher, Mrs. Ortiz. She&#;d accompany the custom-etched glass with a bottle of her favorite wine.

Vanessa used a free font from dafont.com. Recreate the same look with the Simple Script font.

After you place your text in Design Space as you want it to appear, outline it to make your stencil a &#;sticker.&#; Don&#;t forget to size the entire design to your surface! The outline will make it easier to attach to the surface of your glass and limit your weeding surface.

Lesson Planning JUICE stencil on a canvas in Cricut Design Space

Then, &#;make it&#; on your Cricut machine, and weed your design by removing the negative spaces of vinyl.

Apply your stencil

Take the weeded design and apply it to the clean glass surface using transfer tape. Carefully adhere the stencil to the glass surface by pressing firmly to smooth over the entire design. Push the bubbles down and smooth out the design as best as you can. You can also curve the design which may help it adhere better to rounded surfaces. Border the design with masking or painter&#;s tape to protect the rest of the surface.

Creating a custom etched wine glass with a vinyl sticker and masking tape

Pro tip: Hold your stencil and glass up to the light to see if there are any accidental holes or tears in the vinyl. These spots may accidentally get etched along with your design if it is exposed to the etching cream. Cover them with tape to prevent unsuspecting etches.

Etch the glass

Safety first. Dawn your protective gear before handling the etching cream. It is an acid, after all, that uses a chemical reaction to remove the surface of the glass to etch it. Make sure your work area is room temperature (about 70°F / 21°C), well ventilated, and easily accessible to running water.

Shake the etching cream to redistribute anything that may have settled in the container. Then, use the small paint brush to apply a thick coat of cream to the stenciled surface making sure to fully cover it. Keep in mind that the the cream reacts the minute it hits the surface. Try your best to safely quickly and evenly apply the cream for best results.

Etching cream on a vinyl stencil to create a custom wine glass

Let the cream sit without disturbance. Vanessa left the etching cream on for exactly three minutes and found perfect results. Armour Etch actually recommends anywhere from one to five minutes depending on the product. A little trial and error will help perfect your results as they will vary with the amount of cream you apply and the base material. High leaded glass, such as crystal, is more resistant to the cream (and in some cases, may not etch at all).

Leaving the etching cream on too long will cause it to &#;scorch&#; the glass. Not leaving it on long enough may not allow it enough time to etch properly. Prolonged exposure will also eat away at the vinyl. We recommend referring to manufacturer directions and advise not leaving it on for more than five minutes in general.

Remove the etching cream

Rinse the etching cream off when ready to move onto the next step. Vanessa washed the cream away with the addition of dish soap, not just water. This worked well for her.

Stainless steel sinks or a plastic pail with water are preferred. Porcelain and enamel sinks may dull over time due to the chemicals present when washing away the etching cream. Use your paint brush to help wipe off the etching cream, if needed, or double this time as an opportunity to also rinse the brush.

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Reveal the final etch

After the glass has dried, remove the tape and vinyl stencil to reveal your etch. Clean the glass again with isopropyl alcohol.

The etch will be at its best look after it has been rinsed and completely dried.

No special after care instructions needed, Vanessa promises. Just wash the glass as normal. No need to coat the etch with anything, either. The effect is as seen in photo.

This was Vanessa&#;s first time etching and it was so simple that she has become &#;obsessed with the results.&#; She&#;ll be etching a Father&#;s Day present next that her son helped design.

Father's Day Etched Mug Design with Avengers Theme

&#;For my next glass etching project, I will attempt a personalized father’s day gift for my husband. He and our 6-year-old son share a love for the Avengers series, so our son created this design in his own writing.&#;

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Putting vinyl on wine glasses and other curved glassware is something that many Silhouette crafters struggle with.

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Today I'm going to share 7 tips for adding vinyl to wine glassesso it's straight.

Tips for Adding Vinyl to Wine Glasses

First things first: pick the right design. You want the Silhouette design to be the right size. If it's too big you will definitely have trouble getting it straight on the glass so I say simple and small-er are best.

If you are adding a monogram to a glass I find it easiest to cut each letter separately instead of welding them together for this very reason. Smaller designs are easier to position without wrinkling, bubbling, and warping.

I was making glasses for a friends for a girls' weekend.  She originally asked for a multi-line "Keep Calm and Drink Wine with Your Besties" saying on each glass.  Her other idea was #Forever

I immediately thought the suggestion of the Keep Calm phrase would be too big of a design.  Sure it can be done, but I didn't want to set myself up for a disaster knowing that the #Forever39 option she liked just as much and would be a lot less stressful!

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Best Vinyl for Wine Glasses

Use the right vinyl. You want to cut on permanent adhesive outdoor vinyl like Oracle This vinyl can withstand washing (by hand). It has a stronger adhesive on the back to give it a better stick which is ideal for smaller designs.  I'd recommend either a pack of Oracal vinyl from Amazonor Swing Design- but check the prices!

Cut your design, weed, and then get ready to apply the vinyl to the wine glass.

But before you do, fill the wine glass with water.  I filled mine about half waybut how much water you use all depends on where you want your design placed.  The water line is a guaranteed straight line of reference.  I usually use painters tape, but on a wine glass there's risk it would not be level because of the slightly conical shape of the glass.

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Use clear transfer tapeto move your design from the vinyl backing to the glass.  Use the least amount of tape as possible. So cut the tape and the backing down as close to the vinyl as you can before peeling off the tape to transfer it to the glass.

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Place the middle of the design downon the glass first lining up the bottom edge with the water line (left below).  Then work out from one side to the other making sure the bottom of the design is always level with the water line. (I apologize, in advance, for the really bad picture)

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If you're having trouble with the design curving up or downwards slightly, use scissors to clip up into the transfer tapebeing careful not to cut the vinyl.  This just gives you a little wiggle room allowing the design to bend slightly back towards the water line.

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When the entire design is on the wine glass, carefully remove the transfer tape and burnish the vinyl down again with a Silhouette scraper.

If you are doing more than one wine glass, pour all of the water into the next wine glass. This will ensure that all of the designs on every wine glass are in the same spot (so long as you don't spill any water while pouring)!

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And yes, I add my "PS Hand Wash Only" stickers, made with my Silhouette and white sticker paper to all wine glasses with vinyl to remind peoplethey're not dishwasher safe. Read the Silhouette Sticker tutorial

Update: if you just watched my Facebook Live on putting vinyl on wine glasses, you can download the free (Don't) Stop Whinin' Silhouette designhere.


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