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15 Glass Etching Projects

11 January
Glass etching is one of my favorite projects with my Silhouette Cameo because the results look so wonderful!  It looks like a difficult technique to master, but it's so easy with my die cutter and some etching cream.  A few years ago, before I started blogging, I etched my first project.  I made my dad a set of etched beer mugs   I took photos of it for some reason or another, but I didn't get photos of the finished project.  D'oh!  Hindsight, right?  I'll take my camera to my dads and get a photo some time.
I used my Cameo to make stencils and used Armor Etch  to chemically etch the glass.  What I love about this process is that it's very inexpensive.  For $15, I've etched more than 10 pieces, and I have most of the bottle left.  One tip to save money is to put the etching cream back in the bottle when you are done.  Yes, you can reuse it!  

Looking for more inspiration?  Hometalk recently asked me to curate a clipboard with 15 glass etching projects.  

As you can see, glass etching can be used for so many different projects!  Ornaments, candle  holders, soap holders, and even a lamp!  Want to see how they are done?  Click on over to Hometalk and click on the project for directions and tips.

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Have you ever tried to etch glass?
Cari Dunn
Cari Dunn

Cari lives on a small farm in Ohio with her husband, three kids, two dogs, two cats, five goats, and several chickens. She loves Gilmore Girls, glitter, coffee, and her kids. But not in that order.