Pistachio

A design concept by Elaine Burns

Decal Designs

After discovering that my grocery store now carries my favorite sodas for cocktails, I’ve been spending more time playing with the tools of my bar cart and decided it was necessary to add some missing key pieces.

While I have quite a collection of glassware in my cupboards, I didn’t have any rocks glasses to compliment my highball, coupe, collins, or wine glasses.

Photo by Erin Fikentscher

Photo by Erin Fikentscher

Using my new favorite home decor tool, I purchased a plain set of glasses and found inspiration on the Cricut Design Space to make a whimsical, lacy decal design. The Design Space makes customization easy to suit your individual projects. For my glass decals, I used the tool to adjust the image to the perfect size for my glasses.

I also added an acrylic serving tray to my cart as well - essential for entertaining guests and corralling all of my smaller tools on the cart when I’m not entertaining.

Photo by Erin Fikentscher

Photo by Erin Fikentscher

Here, I had to customize the design more significantly - I went for a simpler, smaller decoration so as not to distract from the intricate glassware.

Sticking with gold accents tied together my new adds to my existing collection and compliments the packaging of my liquor and mixer staples.

Having never used the Cricut for decal purposes, I was impressed with the ease of transfer and durability of the materials. The projects were quick and added the fresh update I needed. The Cricut proved to be an exceptionally versatile tool - used to make floral garlands a few weeks ago and now elevating the serving ware in my kitchen!

All photos by Erin Fikentscher.

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