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Thursday, March 15, 2018

etchall and StencilGirl Blog Hop

etched plate
Hey y'all - we have a great hop going on right now with etchall® and StencilGirl. I had such a great time with this project. I am always in need of a cute plate to give cookies away on. Since I tend to give plates away to the same people all the time, I am forever looking for something fresh and new to use.

 It's blog hop time and this month etchall Design Team Ambassadors and DCC members have teamed with the StencilGirl Design Team for a product match made in heaven.  For 3 days, etchall DT Ambassadors will be sharing how to etch designs with stencils, and StencilGirl DT members have found a new way to share stencil designs!  Join us over the next 3 days for endless inspiration...


Stencil etching
For my project I picked up some inexpensive plates at the local discount store. St. Pat's day is coming up so green was perfect. I don't want to cause any heart palpitations but, yes, I cut my stencil to fit my project. 


Stencil spray




I used the new etchall® Stencil Spray for this project. You can reposition and re-use the stencil once the adhesive is tacky. I used an old box to contain the spray - because I am seriously crazy with spray glue. Really. A box contains all the mess and I can just toss it out when I am done! Spray an even coat on the back of your stencil and then allow to sit until the adhesive is tacky but no longer wet.


etching ceramic
I positioned the stencil and then used masking tape to cover all the areas I did not want to etch. I pretty much covered the entire plate with tape!! Once that was done I very carefully used a small cup and added the dip n' etch to the plate to just cover the stencil. Let set for 15 minutes and then pour the liquid back into the jar. Rinse carefully and blot dry with a paper towel - do NOT remove the stencil yet!

I used gold Rub N buff to add the color to the etched area, then removed the stencil. I totally did NOT take a photo of this step for some reason!


Rub n buff
That's it! Your plate will now look like a brand new designer item.

Did I mention there was a give away! There sure is y'all. Read on to find out how to enter.



GIVEAWAY
One lucky winner will receive an etchall® Glass Etching Bee-ginner Kit,
reposition/reuse stencil spray
AND a $25 Gift Certificate to StencilGirl Products!

Enter to win by leaving a comment below.
Then be sure to visit the other blogs in the hop and comment to win.
The more blogs you comment on, the more chances you have to WIN!
One winner will be chosen at random from all blog comments!
(One comment per blog please.)
You have until Tuesday, March 20th at 11:59PM Central Time to leave your comments.
Winner will be announced on
StencilGirl's Facebook page and etchall’s Facebook page on Wednesday, March 21.

To see all the great projects click on the links below. 



 
We have some amazing  projects to share so be sure to check them all out. 


Be sure to take advantage of the great discount from etchall® to stock up!

Thanks for stopping by!



22 comments:

  1. This is simply lovely! I have never tried anything like this but I want to!

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  2. Great idea to "elegant up" a plain plate!

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  3. Darling plate - and you can gift me cookies (or fudge) and day!

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  4. So fun! Love that you added a little glitz as well!

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  5. Love it ! How easy it is to have new plate with the design you want.

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  6. Imagining the possibilities. bailey (at) BaileyFiberArt (dotcom)

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  7. Another great idea! And Rub n Buff!!!! My mind is blown. Never thought of using that to color etching! I think I need to visit the discount store and look for plates....

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  8. Love this. Can you tell me what stencil you used? There are so many stencils on their web site I get lost sometimes. Thanks

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  9. I love the addition of the gold to your plate!

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  10. I had to speed-read to find out how you kept the gold constrained to the pattern - so clever!

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  11. I love the addition of the rub n buff!

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  12. Nice project! I like the addition of the gold, too!

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  13. Great way to change
    the look of the plate.
    Looks lovely and easy.
    Carla from Utah

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  14. Fun idea to decorate for St. Patrick's Day.
    Love the design. thanks for the idea.
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  15. This looks fabulous! The stencil really dressed up the plate. I really want to try this!

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  16. Love this idea!! You could do so many colour combos. Love the simplicity of the stencil you used too.

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