Etching Glass: 20 Simple, Elegant Projects to Etch with Easy-to-use Creams and Liquids
'Etching glass' used to be hard. It used to require scary sandblasters and alarming acids. Now it's easy, thanks to some great new products available in every craft store and many discount marts. These new cremes, liquids, and gels create permanent, white, opaque finishes on glass, safely and inexpensively. This beginner-friendly book demonstrates the basics and presents 20 diverse projects, all complete with step-by-step color photography and easy-to-copy patterns. Some projects are created on clear glass. Others start with colored glass objects-a wine-red vase, a dinner plate in delicate blue, and, yes, some rose-colored glasses. Still others combine glass etching with other simple techniques; painting, sponging, and stampin.
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ACRYLIC PAINTS adhesive residue adhesive vinyl amount applicator bottle Apply the stencil applying etching cream beads bowl Brett Turner Carbon paper Ballpoint Celtic Knot Champagne Flutes Craft knife cream in place creams and liquids create DICHROIC GLASS dots drawer pull edges etched surface Etching cream Utensil etching glass etching liquid firmly in place glass panels Hurricane Lamp inside Knot Table leaf shapes Leave the cream lines machine to fit manufacturer recommends masking necklace ornament paint paper Ballpoint pen Photo photocopy machine Pick-out tool piece of glass piece of self-adhesive pitcher quickly and evenly raised pattern remove the stencil resist gel rinse and dry SANDBLASTED Scissors scrap sea sponge self-adhesive vinyl backing sponge square squeegee to pull squeeze stencil area stencil pattern Stir the etching stirring etching cream strips of self-adhesive strips of vinyl sure swivel blade tabletop Utensil for stirring vase want to etch