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A Party Favor Guests Loved!


 

Shell etched on two sides of square glass bottleUndersea seahorse etched on two sides of glass bottle.

This square bottle + a little imagination=one popular keepsake!

       Our customers selected two designs and etched this lovely bottle for party favors for their beach-themed Fourth of July celebration!

       Egress Etch simple scallop shell pattern 06-25-715 was used on two sides of the bottle. Opposite sides featured a seahorse, seagrass, and shell pattern 06-26-743.

       Our clever etchers filled the bottle with a cinnamon sugar mixture (it looks like beach sand but is an all-time favorite when sprinkled on toast!) and added a tag that said, "Sugar and spice, you've been so nice...thank you for sharing our day!" The tag included an explanation of the bottle's ingredients and was tied to the neck using ribbon that matched the color theme of their party.

       Our customers write that their friends were delighted with the creativity and practicallity of these favors. "After using the cinnamon sugar, my best friend filled her bottle with colored bath oil and set it in her guest bathroom!" Mary Anne told us.

       We are inspired by the lovely ways our customers use glass etching to create special gifts for family and friends!

Please note: Some of our customers have expressed frustration that they have not been able to find similar bottles in their area. This and other etchable glass containers in all shapes, sizes, and colors can be found online at: Specialty Bottle.

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