This hand made tiki bar sign looks great. A simple etched mirror makes for a handsome sign. There’s not a lot to it. A nice font and frame. We mask the backside of the mirror with a rubber mask and then we give it a light sandblast. That’s it!
Second Surface Etched Mirror Signs!
Sometimes when we are just working for fun we get to do things that we don’t often do, or use techniques that we don’t often use. In this case, we have some good friends in our neighborhood who have a cool back yard tiki bar and they just wanted something interesting to put outside during the summer for parties and such. We decided to reverse etch into the second surface of a mirror and then mount it with a custom handmade mahogany frame. I found a really cool saloon style western font and then added the inline with the decorative floral corner dingbats. Something like this takes anyone’s tiki bar to the next level, for what it’s worth. Either way it’s just a really cool custom sign and we had fun designing and creating it for our friends in Annapolis.