Shot glass carrier


#1

Due to more of my wife’s work shenanigans I bought her six similar shot glasses at the thrift store. In a burst of inspiration I made a custom carrier for them. Beginning to end this project took about 1/2 an hour and I am quite happy with it. The blue tape denotes the 1.5 oz fill mark. I am going to replace the bolts with something prettier later.


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#2

I love the detail you put into these things - the circular cutout theme really works!


#3

Thank you. I just noticed yesterday how many circular things I cut with the Glowforge. My desk is littered with little disks of wood, acrylic, and even leather.


#4

That is so cool! It’s like an itty-bitty beer carrier! :smile: :+1:


#5

I see a design like this in my future. Very nice!


#6

Nicely done. You might be able to engrave a line in the glasses too. The curved shapes make your design interesting. :relaxed:


#7

Glowforge confetti :smile:


#8

Very cool. Always great to see something practical and fun!


#9

Looks great this is a smaller scale of a soda stream cartier I have drafted in fusion


#10

When I saw the title of this post I thought it was going to be a carrier for engraving multiple shot glasses. (And indexing them in sync)


#11

Wow, I’ve been really impressed with how quickly some of the ideas go from concept to finished. Love the design asthetic.


#12

I wrote that tutorial a few months ago:


#13

Hey. Did you get that salt cellar at the spice store at Pikes Place Market? I have one just like it.

And filing this away as a design for when I start making thins for myself rather than always testing new products and designs.


#14

There is a good chance I did. It has been quite a while though.