How to Monogram a Hurricane : Eddie Ross, teacher

When our fav KC blogger mentioned that Eddie Ross would be teaching a class here, we knew we had to be a part...once we heard it involved a monogram, we were thrilled! We gathered at the fabulous Creative Candles. Greeted by Eddie & Jaithan, we mixed and mingled, then got to work.

hurricane, vase, whatever you want to monogram
Armour Etch
contact paper - cut to 8.5 x 11
exacto knife
paint brush
printed out monogram - on 8.5 x 11

While nothing can compare with Eddie & Jaithan's step-by-step direction...hand holding...wine pouring we're going to try to give you our interpretation. We're going to do it again, for sure!
Step 1: Tape Contact Paper, grid side down, over your monogram, onto table.
Trace monogram with Sharpie.

Step 2: Peal contact paper off and apply to hurricane.
Make sure it's straight and no air bubbles...easier said than done, but important!

Step 3: Using your exacto, cut your letters out & peal away, leaving letters exposed.
Clean surface area with paper towel, sprayed with Windex.

Step 4: Apply Armour Etch with paint brush - you want it thick, but not dripping.
Let stand for 10 minutes.

Step 5: Rinse off Armour Etch, remove contact paper & tape, clean glass with Windex.

Eddie helping fellow blogger friend

Our fav KC blogger at work!

Loving my teachers - such a fun day.
Thanks Eddie & Jaithan, come back to KC soon!

Another play-by-play from Anne Potter...
a little more organized in her description!


Anonymous said...

What a sweet post! thank you so much for joining us at the workshop! We had so much fun meeting you!
Eddie + Jaithan

karen said...

I can't wait to do this project!

ANd I love La Plates!

Erin said...

I wish I was crafty enough to do things like this. You amaze me!

Following you now, but didn't see a "followers" widget...or am I blind?

Looking forward to your shindig next week!

ashlina said...

they are such an amazing pair, arent they???
LOVE them! and those monograms are amazingness! love. your. blog.