Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Glass Etching - Stretch Your Imagination, Joys of the Season and Wild Card Cricut Cartridges


These four glasses were etched using the following Cricut Cartridges (Left to Right):
Hearts - Wild Card
Wedding Glasses - Stretch Your Imagination
Flower - Joys of the Season
Pine Cone - Joys of the Season

Each template was cut at 3" using vinyl as a template.  Armour Etch Cream was put on with a small brush, generously.  After 10 minutes rinse the glasses with warm running water from the sink. Remove the vinyl and dry the glasses.  You have beautiful glasses in just minutes. .



3 comments:

Chris Wooten said...

I have not used my etch cream yet, is it easy to do? You did a wonderful job. I did not see the comment section for MPS challenge you made up above

you did great job.

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Evie said...

Thanks Chris. Yes, it is easy to etch. Just make your template using vinyl. Put the template on the glass. Get all the bubbles out. Put a lot of etching cream on. Wait 10 min. Put the glass under running warm water. Take vinyl off the glass. Dry the glass and you are done. I love etching.

hilda'scraftylounge said...

Hi I just found your blog I've enjoyed your projects and I love these glasses I want to try to make some also and your instructions seem easy. I am a new follower and have my blog hope you can come by and take a look and follow as well Thanks!!
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