If you are a WINE LOVER or just looking for the perfect gift for the wine lover then you are in the right place!
I made these personalized wine tumblers for guests at a bachelorette/bridal shower party and I am excited to show you how to make your own! The cost for eight tumblers is around $30 + the cost of the minimal amount of vinyl used for the tumblers. Each tumbler costs less than $4 to make. I also included several free wine quotes that can be used with a cutting machine or however else you want to transfer the image.
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TOOLS FOR WINE TUMBLERS
SUPPLIES FOR WINE TUMBLERS
- Wine tumblers – I used these
- Oracle 651 outdoor vinyl – I used metallic gold
- Transfer tape – I used this
Step 1) I created several wine quotes and then printed out a couple to test on the wine tumblers for sizing. Once I got the sizing down I did some test cuts on the vinyl to make sure it would cut correctly. For the Oracle 651 I used the cut setting of Blade 1, Speed 5 and Thickness 10 on my Silhouette Cameo 3.
How to Transfer Vinyl Using Transfer Tape
I made the cuts with my Silhouette Cameo and removed the negative space (part of the stencil that will not be used) with my weeding tool. A toothpick works well too. Get your Wine Quotes Printable here (personal use only). I applied transfer tape to the vinyl lettering, smoothed it out with a credit card and gently removed the transfer tape. The vinyl lettering sticks to the transfer tape. No worries if the letter or part of a letter doesn’t adhere. Just place the transfer tape back over it and rub it again with the plastic card. For the names I used Jonitha Script Font. For the wine quotes I used the Amy font.
I filled up a wine tumbler with water to create a line in which to center the stencil. Center and place the transfer tape vinyl letter side on the tumbler. Using a credit card again rub the transfer tape with vinyl lettering on the tumbler then gently remove the transfer tape and the vinyl lettering will adhere to the tumbler. Repeat for the other side of the tumbler. I was able to reuse the transfer tape two more times. Here is the final product.