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Young Men/Young Women 2009 theme

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The Young Men and Young Women theme for the 2009 year is found in 1 Timothy 4:12 "Be thou an example of the believers, in word, in conversation, in charity, in spirit, in faith, in purity. I have designed a few options for you to share with your youth.
This tile is a fun design. It can be done on 6" and larger tiles. Regular prices are as follows:
vinyl only:
6" $1.25
8" 2.25
10" 3.50
12" 5.00
14" 7.00
18" 11.25
24" 20.00
If you have another size you need, just let me know and I'll get you a price.
This is a board with the 2009 theme on it. Prices are as follows:
vinyl only to fit on a board that is:
4" x 16" $2.25
4" x 20" 2.75
4" x 24" 3.50
6" x 16" 3.50
6" x 20" 4.25

Fonts

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I have thousands of fonts, but here are some of my more popular. If you want a specific font and you know the name, let me know and I'll do my best to find it for you. There will be an extra fee if I need to purchase the font.



Etching on Glassware

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I LOVE the possibilities with Glass etching!  It is a great way to personalize your glass baking dishes so everyone knows whose it is, but also, to be creative and fun.

The process is EASY and can be done in 15 minutes or so -- quick enough to make the wedding gift you bought a LOT nicer and not make you husband annoyed (don't ask me how I know that!)

Steps: 1. Decide on the name you want on your glass dish, and pick font and size (color doesn't matter, you peel the vinyl off) When I create the vinyl, I do it so it is backward, so from the front of the plate, you can read the name.

2. Place the vinyl where you want it on your baking dish:

3. Peel off transfer tape. You can see here that the name is backward

4. Apply the "Armour Etch"


5. Spread it around evenly

6. The Hardest Part -- WAIT 5 minutes
7. Now rinse with water

8. Dry it well and peel off vinyl


Done-- now everyone knows your bakeware


Go to my Etsy Shop to order custom vinyl designs for your glass bak…