Thursday, July 13, 2017

Etched Wine Glass Tutorial: How to impor your own designs into the NEW Cricut Design Space!

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Hey, ya'll! I think by now you must all know how much I love my Cricut Air 2! 
FYI, you can get free shipping in US with code CHRISTMASINJULY, until Aug. 1st!

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I've made some fun decorations as well as signs with it and shared here with y'all!

Mickey Mouse Party Decor
Bookish Crafts

One of the best parts about the Cricut Explore Air 2, (besides how pretty my mint machine is) is that it easily cuts my own designs.

Both of the above were designed on Photoshop, then imported into Cricut Design Space.  Design Space makes it super easy to create your own designs, even handwriting or artwork, and cut it on the machine! Yes. I just said, "even handwriting"! Imagine the possibilities...taking a loved one's note and turning into one of a kind artwork, or using your own fonts that go along with your brand and using the machine to make stencils or vinyl decals for all of your brand's needs!

The other thing it does is turn my fun (you guessed it) book-inspired designs into incredible statements of my passion for said books! Today, I'm show you how I make my custom (ACOTAR-inspired) etched stemless wine glasses. Yes, the very same ones available for sale in my shop!

Night-Court Insignia Etched Wine Glass
Aren't they so awesome!? If you read the book series, I promise that they're even MORE awesome. :)

More importantly though, I'll be teaching you just how to import your VERY OWN design into DS3! I promise it's SUPER easy and if you watch the video, you'll be able to do in no time. You'll also see all of my secrets to making these sweet etched glasses and maybe be inspired to make your own version inspired by YOUR favorite book, or movie...the possibilities are quite endless as I mentioned above.

So here you go!


Hope you enjoyed it! Please feel free to leave any questions either in the YouTube comments section, on SM or here on the blog!

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