Christina and the rest of the bridal party wanted to give Cynthia something special at her bridal shower. They asked Crystal Swan Etchings to etch Cynthia's wedding invitation on something permanent. I engraved it on a square vase making for a memorable and useful keepsake.
Engraved Plant Holder for Mom or Grandma
This 5" H x 5" Ceramic Round Tapered Light Purple pot is the perfect little plant holder gift for Mom. Change the “We” to “I” , tell me if it’s for Grandma or Mom and add the children’s names to the heart.
(Plant not included)
Engraved logo on Rum Bottle
Etch your logo on a wine or liquor bottle. A great way to give back to your client while also advertising your business.
Here, Toni, picked a bottle of rum for Megen and John's Jamaica bound destination wedding.
Add your own names to this ceramic planter
Add as many names as you like to this 6" H x 6" x 6" square ceramic pink vase. Names will be arranged to create the shape of a heart. Don’t worry, all kid’s names will appear an equal amount of times. Shown here with roses but could also hold a potted plant.
(Flowers not included)
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Etched Ceramic Planter
Crystal Swan Etching's Mother's Day line of gifts are here. Add her children’s names to this 6" H x 6" x 6" Ceramic Square pink planter. Hearts can be made smaller to add more names. Only has one child? I’ll take one heart away and make the other larger. Shown with wheat grass, pink Gerbera daisies and wire but can also hold a potted plant.
(Flowers not included)
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Engraved Johnnie Walker Red Bottle
Joe's friend Bob loves Johnnie Walker red. So for his birthday, he picked up a bottle at NetCost Liquors, Staten Island, NY and asked Crystal Swan Etchings to personalize it for him. I took the label off and recreated it especially for Bob and sandblasted it into the bottle. I added some gold paint to match the rest of the labels and now Bob has his own "private stock".
Annie Buthorn has a BFA in Graphic Design from Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY. She traveled to Santa Fe, NM and was taught by the very best in the glass etching business, Ruth Dobbins of Professional Glass Consultants. In 2010 she opened Crystal Swan Etchings, taking pride in etching all different kinds of glass mediums.