Cameo 4, Cameo Pro, Silhouette, Silhouette Projects, Uncategorized

Etched (Engraved) Tumbler with Silhouette

Have you seen the etched powder coated tumblers using CitriStrip?

I’ve seen it popping up on social media and we always like to try something new!

It turned out fantastic!

I bought all the supplies needed and then set up to record how we did it, whether it was going to turn out or not, we were going to share.
We had so many microphone issues it took us several attempts to get it recorded.
All we could do was laugh!

Check out the full video HERE on the Swift Creek Customs YouTube channel.

We had a bit of fun while making the video!
You never know what you might see or hear in our videos.
We hope to bring you more project videos in the near future.
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Having a Silhouette machine makes it so easy to do custom things!

I cut a stencil using the Silhouette Cameo and Oracal 651 scraps.

When cutting a stencil vs a decal, you weed out the design so you are left with the negative space open, instead of weeding around the design.

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Want to try it out?
Here are the supplies we used in the project:
4 Pack Travel Tumblers from Amazon
CitriStrip paint stripper – found at Lowe’s or Amazon
EK Tools Reverse Tweezers
– Cameo 4 cutting machine found at Silhouette retailers:
Silhouette America
Michaels
The Vinyl Spectrum

I love finding new ways to etch!

This process is the same as etching on glass with Etchall etching cream. Just a different product used for the etch process.

Check out more details on etching glass or slate here:
Glass Etching Silhouette Class

Love trying new things and testing!

I would love to see what you are creating with your Silhouette software or machines!
Feel free to post on my Facebook group at 
Silhouette Secrets with EllyMae.

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Enjoy !

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