Here is what I made for this month's Designer Crafts Connection Blog Hop:
So what is this Etchall®? It is a product that you just use on a glass surface (as well as other surfaces) to actually etch a design, which gives you this sort of frosty look. All you need is a hard non-porous surface (glass, mirror, tile, slate) that you want to alter. A stencil made from a very sticky vinyl, and the Etchall® creme. Note there is a liquid version of Etchall® too meant for dipping.
To make my cute button jar I used a paper punch I own and a piece of the vinyl, and a piece of the transfer film from Etchall® to make my very own special stencil.
It is important to make sure that the glass surface is clean before beginning. I used some rubbing alcohol and a clean lint free rag to prepare the glass. Then, I applied the vinyl stencil sticky side down on the jar, making sure that there were no bubbles. To help with that there is a great little squeegee type of tool available from Etchall®.
For many how to's and more creative ideas please check out all of the Designer's involved in the hop, and remember to check out Etchall® at the following places.
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Take care and stay crafty!
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