Anodized Aluminum "We Drive Daddy To Drink" Bottle Opener
Made out of lightweight, but strong anodized aluminum, this bottle opener is the perfect gift. The bottle opener is 4" long and 1.5" wide (at the widest point) so it can easily be used as a keyring or just slipped into your pocket.
This bottle opener is hand stamped with the phrase "We Drive Daddy To Drink" and corresponding stick figures. I can fit a name or initials around the edge of the bottom of the opener.
Please leave the following information in the "Notes To Seller" section when checking out:
-The numbers that correspond to the stick figures requested (Please note that the figures will be stamped in the order that they are written)
-If you would like to personalize the opener, please select that option and leave the name/initials in the "Notes To Seller" section when checking out.
2, 3, 4, 6, 5, 7, 8
These bottle openers can be customized in many ways. Maybe you just want your name stamped, your initials, or a monogram. They would make great gifts for your groomsmen with your wedding date hand stamped on them. If you would like something else stamped on this opener, please contact me before purchasing to set up a custom listing.
Quantity-1 Bottle Opener
PLEASE NOTE: Our personalized custom charms, bracelets and necklaces are hand stamped using special tools. Thus, each piece will be unique and you should expect variations from the photos. No two pieces will be alike. Text and designs may not be absolutely perfect and straight as each letter is individually stamped. This gives you the unique detail to your charm and should not be considered a defect in craftsmanship.
DISCLAIMER: The font color/darkened letters can fade and/or disappear over time. This process may occur rather quickly if the jewelry is worn while sleeping, showering, swimming, cleaning, etc. When this happens, there is a quick and easy fix that you can do at home. You can use a black Testors Enamel Paint Pen (or Sharpie Oil-Based Paint Pen) to color in the letters...let it dry completely...then you can remove any excess ink/paint that is outside of the letters with a little bit (less is more...it does not take much to take off the ink) of acetone nail polish remover (rubbing alcohol or hand sanitizer works too) on a cotton makeup pad that you can find in the makeup section of Walmart for very little money (a tissue will work too). If you are seeking a different color you can use the "Painters" brand acrylic markers that can be bought at Walmart (Sharpie Oil-Based Paint Pens will work for this as well). Remove the excess by following the steps above.