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DIY – Monogrammed Champagne Flutes

DIY Etched Monogrammed Champagne Glasses Wedding Favor

If you’re getting together with friends for New Year’s Eve, or even hosting a New Year’s Eve party, you have to make one of these etched champagne flutes for each of your guests. This was such a fun DIY and I was a silly little schoolgirl over the results. These DIY etched champagne flutes turned out beautiful in person… it was difficult to pick up the etching in a pic with all of the reflections on the glass, but they really are so fun and look very high quality. These monogrammed champagne flutes are also perfect wedding favor, gift for the wedding party to toast the newlyweds, or a valentine’s gift for your significant other!

Now I want to etch everything lol. The actually process of applying the adhesive stencils, the tape and the etching cream only takes a couple of minutes per glass. The majority of time is spent letting the cream sit on the glass, rinse, and then you’re all done. They look amazing. I’m going to monogram a few of these for friends that I’m getting together with tomorrow night. It will be a fun surprise.

DIY Etched Monogrammed Champagne Glasses Wedding Favor

I picked up the Martha Stewart Etch Cream Wedding Kit because I liked the designs and the “CHEERS” text. It also includes the etching cream, an etching brush, and some protective gloves. I also picked up the Martha Stewart Glass Adhesive Alphabet Stencils so I could add my friends monogrammed initials on one side of the champagne flute, and “2015” on the back of the glass.

DIY Etched Monogrammed Champagne Glasses Wedding Favor

I used $1 champagne flutes from Target. You can also pick them up at your local Dollar Store.

DIY Etched Monogrammed Champagne Glasses Wedding Favor

The Martha Stewart stencils are perfection! They are adhesive so you don’t get any etching cream or glass paint under the letters! They form perfectly to the shape of the champagne glass so you don’t get bubbles and are reusable!

DIY Etched Monogrammed Champagne Glasses Wedding Favor

Apply painters tape all around the stencil so that you don’t get etching cream outside of the stencil.

DIY Etched Monogrammed Champagne Glasses Wedding Favor

Apply a very liberal amount of etching cream so that you do not get brush strokes. I piled it on way thicker than the actual stencil.

DIY Etched Monogrammed Champagne Glasses Wedding Favor

I stenciled “2015” or “CHEERS” on one side of each champagne flute, and monogrammed initials on the other side of the glass.

DIY Etched Monogrammed Champagne Glasses Wedding Favor

I want to make these monogrammed etched champagne flutes for everyone I know lol. They are PERFECT for New Year’s Eve or as wedding favors. You can also use the stencils with glass paint instead of etching cream. Glass paint, available in so many shades, is beautiful for monogramming a painted trinket tray or jewelry dish.

DIY Etched Monogrammed Champagne Glasses Wedding Favor

I also picked up some sequin covered scrapbooking paper and cut it into squares to use as coasters. The sequin coasters and confetti stars add a super festive sparkle to the table!

What are you all doing for New Year’s Eve? Does this look like a fun DIY you’d like to try? What else would you etch?

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