Yeah- I am getting this post in under the wire- I have been working on some Christmas in July projects and it is still July!! Still on track :o)
I have been using my Etchall Etching Creme
for lots of fun things lately and I am really happy with how this
project turned out.
Etchmask, a plain glass ornament that I picked up at
the local craft store, a craft punch, and some stickers for this
Transfer Sheet to the top of the Etchmask, This makes it easy to apply to the surface to be etched, plus makes sure that your Etchmask keeps it's shape.
squeegee to make sure that all of the edges of the mask are firmly adhered to the glass surface, then remove the Transfer Sheet. At this point I added my stickers in the center of the open area to make my design. Remember: The open glass will be etched, and everything that is covered will be clear when you are done!
TIP: When working on a curved surface add a ring of masking tape around the area to be etched to contain the Etching Creme.
Apply a thick coat of Etching Creme and allow to sit 15 minutes. Return excess creme to the jar and rinse project under running water being careful not to get the creme on any of the unetched surfaces.
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