How To Glass Etch The Easiest Way

You’re going to love this clever trick that shows you how to give a glass etch effect to your glassware. You can use it for all your favorite items and it couldn’t be easier.

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Give your glassware a brand new lease on life with this clever crafty idea. Now you can add etching to the plainest pieces and it’s a simple process using a piece of vinyl and an Etching Cream.

Imagine all the fabulous creations you will be able to make and we love the idea of adding names to Pyrex dishes. It’s perfect for a gift and will ensure you get your dishes back. 

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How To Glass Etch Video Tutorial

We have included a video tutorial from Kitty and Jennifer, the O’Neil Sisters. They show us how to glass etch wine glasses, how to mask off the design and remove finger prints.

In their project they use Armour Etch Cream and sticker packs which are readily available in all sorts of interesting patterns you will love. Click Play above to watch now ^

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3 More Cute Projects For You To Try

We’ve included some other favorite projects of ours for you to try. You will be able to find links to the Creators Sites where they have full tutorials and printable instructions.

Project #1

Ashley from Make It Love It has come up with some incredible designs and she has really personalized her items.

They have taken on a real designer look and she has full instructions on her site. Be sure to check out her great ideas here.

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Project #2

There are so many ways you can use this technique, and what fun you can have. You can buy items from the dollar store too.

We love these versions from A Girl and A Glue Gun and she has a whole raft of fabulous ideas on her very popular website here.

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Project # 3

Over on The Sweetest Occasion Creator Cyd has used an initial on her jar and filled it with treats. What a great homemade gift idea this. You can find her full tutorial here.

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