I find that I'm still etching glass. There's something addictive about it and I continue to find glass sets at thrift stores that are just begging for a little embellishment. At any rate, I etched a set of plain cocktail glasses for one of my husband's colleagues - a whiskey lover celebrating her 40th birthday. I thought they would be a good reminder that age really is just a number.
I used my Slice (and the numbers from the Seasons card) to make the stencils for these etchings (you remove the number you've cut out and use it for something else. For etching, you use the negative space from the cut-out). However, you can also create stencils by printing out numbers from your computer, cutting them out, tracing them facedown on the back side of vinyl (I use Loomtack™) or Con-Tact paper and finally, cutting the number from the vinyl with an X-acto knife or sharp, fine point scissors. You can visit my previous post for the rest of the instructions. One note - use inexpensive glassware because you're bound to make a mistake along the way - mainly leakage. Better yet, practice on a piece of junk glass before you get to the better stuff.
I liked these so much that I etched more for myself. Someone please lock up the Armour Etch before I etch everything in my house!