Sunday, December 6, 2009

Glass Etch Vinyl

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This new pupit was dedicated at our church this morning.  It was purchased in memory of our Pastor's mom who passed away this summer.  Her husband was our pastor for 41 years.  They wanted to personalize it and asked me if I could do the vinyl.  I was honored to do it.  Sorry for the crazy background-the picture was taken while the pupit was still in the pastor's office and it's busy wallpaper!



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9 comments:

Annel said...

WOW that is beautiful...I love it.

sue said...

You did such a wonderful job. It is amazing.

Taste it -you know you want to, at luxurycardstore.com said...

Hi Denise,

Your glass etching of the pulpit is both beautiful and breath taking. Where did you get the cross design? (I'm sure it wasn't a Cricut cartridge) and what font did you use? I aspire to be as good as you are and I want to expand beyond my current abilities. Thanks

Denise Hill said...

The cross design is actually the logo on the sign in front of our church. I'm not sure where it came from. The pastor e-mailed me a picture of it and I imported it into inkscape, saved it as an svg file so I could cut it with my scal(sure cuts a lot) program. The font is chaucer, also done with scal.

Taste it -you know you want to, at luxurycardstore.com said...

Thanks, you did a beautiful job.

The Nid said...

Denise,
You did a fantastic job on this. WOW! That was very nice of you to do. Beautiful work. Thank you for sharing all your wonderful ideas. I always reference your blog for inspiration :). Have a great day. *tHeNiD* aka Nidia

Sandy said...

This is wonderful!!! Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Very nice! What type of vinyl did you use to get the glass etch look and where did you purchase it? I wouldlike to try some of it. TSM!

Denise Hill said...

I got the glass etch vinyl from a local sign shop, but H&HSignsupply has it too. I'm sure there are several places to buy it.