Pick your favourite font
and type out your guest's name. Print the name on to a piece of
paper and, using a scalpel, cut out the letters - remember, the
simpler the font the easier this will be.
Spray the back of
the stencil with Spray Mount glue and stick it to the underside
of the glass plate . Use the etching spray on the reverse of
the stencil and leave to
dry. Remove the stencil.
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Glass plate, 80p, ikea.com.
Humbrol Glass Etch Spray, £4.65 for 100ml, and scalpel, £11.05,
fredaldous.co.uk. Spray Mount, as before. Dinner plate, 30p;
Regency cut red-wine glass, £1.10; Regency cut white-wine glass,
£1.10; cutlery, as before; and gold charger plate, £4.50, all to
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