Sunday, May 20, 2012

CWC Blog Hop Day 2

Welcome to Paper Crafting World and Cooking With Cricut’s Blogaversary Blog Hop!  Our Design Teams are so excited to bring you a two-day hop that focuses on projects honoring a second anniversary…..cloth, crystal and or glass.

 We think you will be blown away by some of the super creative inspiration and interpretation of our designers. So be sure to come back both days as each day will be a different set of designers and projects!
 PLUS, this hop is the kick off of our week long celebration! Each day for a whole week we will be brining your fabulous projects made by our designers and each day we will be giving away free vintage graphics, digital printables and or electronic cutting files! So you will want to make CWC-PCW  a daily stop for the next week!
 You should have arrived here from visiting my very talented friend Court at Court's Craft Corner.  If you’ve joined us in mid-Hop and would like to check out all the other fantastic projects head on over to CWC-PCW   and start at the beginning.

 I decided to make coffee glasses for the hop. I will be giving these glasses to my mom for her birthday..shhh...don't tell her! ha! She won't see this post probably until later so I'm not worried!


I used the Tie the Knot cartridge for the monogram. Cut at 2.0"
If you have never done glass etching before it is so fun and EASY! You must try! I will have a tutorial soon, so come back and visit me!
There are several prizes to be won so be sure to head over and join the fun at CWC-PCW  
Thanks for stopping by!  I am your last stop on this hop! We would love for you to enter a project at our challenge which you can find here!

Have a SUPER day!

Smiles,

Jill

38 comments:

  1. Love this! Bet your Mom will too, Jill! I haven't etched in a long time -- but I think I'm going to have to soon . . . thanks for the inspiration!

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  2. So elegant and beautiful! I've never tried glass etching...too intimdated!

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  3. Great gift for mom, Jill. I love the shape of the glass mug.
    CWC Hugs,
    Larelyn

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  4. I haven't done glass etching, either, but it always looks so sophisticated. I may give it a try! Yours looks so nice!
    Evelyn

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  5. I just tried glass etching for Christmas gifts last year. I love how it looks when completed and your mug is perfect!!

    Tracy

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  6. The first thought that came to mind is have a jello pudding cup. When you see these elegeant glass they always have more than water in them. Any way your glass is perfect I wish I could learn glass etching. TFS AJ!

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  7. Jill, this project is very stylish, without going over the top! I am going to have to try this very soon.

    Kimmi

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  8. I will have to try glass etching really soon, you have done a AWESOME job.
    TFS
    Tracy-JGsPumpkin@peoplepc.com

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  9. This looks fantastic. Your mom will loves these!!

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  10. These turned out very nice, should be really fun to use.

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  11. Hi Jill!Oh!My!Awesome idea!Love to try it out for on A mug for Father's Day!TFS

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  12. OH sweet! I totally love your Mom's birthday coffee glass mugs! I was going to do glass etching too, but I didn't get to the craft store in time for my etching creme--soo I'm even more thrilled that you've done it! :) Your Mom is sure to adore these, they are wonderful Jill! Hugs xoxo

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  13. What a lovely thing to do for your Mother. I am sure she will just love them especially sense you made them yourself. Thanks for sharing.

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  14. LOve your coffee mugs and I'm sure that your Mom will too! I keep saying that I will have to try this glass etching one of these days and maybe it just got closer.

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  15. cute project, a gift any mother would love.

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  16. lovely glass etching, it looks perfect thanks
    upnurse at aol dot com

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  17. Well, I'm sure your mom is going to love these! I would! Great job on the etching. I haven't quite mastered it yet, but I keep practicing. I'm jealous. LOL.

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  18. Your etching looks perfect. I bought everything to do etching but haven't tried it yet.

    nanettemt at yahoo dot com

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  19. Your mug turned out terrific!! It looks very simple yet elegant. I've never tried to glass etch but it's on my list of stuff to try!!

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  20. Like the elegance of the glass etching. Not done that before & may have to give it a try.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  21. So cute! I'm sure your mom will love them!

    kissmyjen at gmail.com

    justcreativeme.blogspot.com

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  22. Your mother will love her birthday gift (I know I'd love them). Thanks for sharing your lovely project!

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  23. I have some great glasses/mugs that would look great etched. Looking forward to your tutorial. You did a fabulous job and your Mom should be thrilled to get them, if she isn't you can always send them to me!

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  24. Beautiful glass etching! I look forward to your tutorial.

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  25. No I have never done glass etching, kinda nervous to try, going to have to go out of my comfort zone some day. love your project.
    cathyplus5.blogspot.com

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  26. Beautiful glass. Love the etching. I have never tried this. TFS

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  27. Your mom is gonna love theses Jill!! I have not etched anything yet, but it is on my very short to do list!!! :)

    Hugs,
    Michelle

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  28. What a great gift! Love the mug shape and the personalization with the monogram.

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  29. Lynn C. (wordpefectqueen@yahoo.com)May 21, 2012 at 12:51 AM

    Love the monogram on the mug. What a fun gift to give -
    it will just keep on giving her pleasure. Thanks for sharing.

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  30. Here on the Blog Hop - Lovely etching - and great gift idea! ;-}
    Lynden
    http://aneleganttouch-lynden.blogspot.com
    Ldb1408 at aol.com

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  31. I love the idea, thanks for sharing.

    alvinadiaz@msn.com

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  32. What a great idea! Would you believe I have some of these glasses....Oh my gosh you have inspired me once again my friend!
    Shelly

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  33. Your mom is going to love her birthday present!!!! These are so pretty!!!

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  34. This is so pretty, Jill!! I need to learn how to etch glass...the look is fabulous :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  35. What a wonderful present!! Glass etching is so much fun!!

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  36. I like the sample glass above so unique because it made from etched glass. So amazing!

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These comments make my day! Thank you for taking the time!
Smiles,
Jill

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