My friend Kali hosted a brunch the morning of Liz’s wedding asked for help with monogrammed champagne flutes – done. I had been wanting to use this fun chrome gold that really catches the light so it was the perfect project. These turned out better than I could have imagined and are a great DIY gift for a bride’s new initials!
Monogrammed Champagne Flutes
What you’ll need:
- Stemless champagne flutes
- Gold vinyl
- Cricut Explore Air
- Weeder tool
- Transfer paper
- Scraper tool
I wanted the monograms to be style of the drink spikers I did for Liz’s bachelorette weekend so followed the same steps creating them. Then I imported each png monogram file into Design Space as cut files.
Now you have a bunch of monograms! Once all the monograms you need are imported, cut them on your chrome vinyl with your Cricut on the vinyl setting.
Once all the monograms are cut on the vinyl, cut them out individually. Then use the weeder tool to weed the excess vinyl away. The chrome vinyl is a little more sensitive to bends, so be careful as you pull the excess away.Now your monograms are ready to apply to the glasses. Cut pieces of the transfer paper to cover the monogram and use your scraper tool to get it on well.Then peel the paper backing off the monogram and place the vinyl on the champagne glass where you want it. Press it on well and slowly remove the transfer paper. Voila – monogram applied!Finish applying them on the rest of the glasses and you’re all set! Bridal party is ready for a champagne brunch 😉 I loved how these turned out with that chrome vinyl so I decided to make one for Callee’s wedding day with her new initials the week of her wedding. These are definitely a gift idea I’ll keep handy for future bride friends and their wedding days!
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