Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Etched Halloween Goblets

This was a super fun and surprisingly easy project to do.

Supplies needed:
Masking Tape
Etching Cream I highly recommend Armour Etch Cream.

I cut the phrases using Happy Hauntings. Applied to glass. Poured etch cream on. Waited 8 minutes. Rinsed Cream off and TAH-DAH.

This was my first time using vinyl with my cricut. I lucked out and bought the cricut vinyl at Joann on clearance. The color didn't matter since I planned on using it to etch. It worked perfectly.

Thanks for looking.



  1. Hey Cucu =D
    Thank you so much for following my blog, You are getting me on the Halloween mood!!! Keep up all these creepy, spooktacular projects going. I'm loving them. Please send me your e-mail so I can pass on the petal box file, you should consider updating your blogger profile (it's private) so that you have your e-mail available for bloggers to contact you.
    I really gotta do some etching soon =D I have some wine glasses I got at a Thrift store that would be perfect for projects like this, thanks for sharing.

    BTW, I thought I should tell you that Design Studio is a great tool but you should consider trying it out first. Most of my files are done using Plantin and you can cut Plantin with the trial version. So, try it out!!! Welding is the most important feature of both the gypsy and DS, they give you the power to create anything!!

    Thanks again,

  2. Thanks for subscribing to my blog Giselle and thanks for the great tips as well!

    Yes I got these glasses at the dollar tree ;)

    I will have to look into the profile. I am new to blogging and the cricut lol