Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall, who’s the most elegant & functional of them all?
Oracal 8510 (look of etched glass) and 8810 (frosted glass) are privacy films often found in corporate offices or restaurants to provide light-blocking and filtering opacity on glass surfaces as well as elegant understated cut vinyl graphics and lettering.
And while that might be the most common use for these films, it really is just the tip of the iceberg.
There are a host of other decorating and functional possibilities: imagine soft mint-green light slanting in through your kitchen skylight like stained glass, for example. Vinyl “Etched Glass” effects are temporary and removable, which is not the case with real glass-etching techniques that require permanent corrosive creams. Your vinyl installation can be as temporary or permanent as you need it to be.
Check out this blog from the Silhouette School which explains how to cut designs and apply the material, as well as shows amazing uses for it from temporary parental warnings to “BRUSH YOUR TEETH” on the bathroom mirror, to “Glitter” designs on phone cases and bracelets, which are all the rage in the garment heat-transfer-vinyl marketplace.
And here’s just one more crazy idea. It’s wedding season. For your clients or loved ones looking to save a little dough on classy elegant drinkware for their big day, consider a project like this. We applied different colors of 8810 (Frosted Glass) signature decals onto low-cost acrylic drinkware obtained at the local bed and bath superstore, resulting in a functional and elegant keepsake.
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