Ready for another easy-peasy tutorial? I sure hope so, because you are going to love how easy it is to make this next project. I recently received a box full of goodies from Martha Stewart Crafts to try out as part of the Martha Stewart glass painting program. I was so excited to get started on etching some glass!
I have tons of glassware in my home that I have acquired over the years. I pick it up here and there and love to use it for the events that I plan. This beat-up and tired old milk bottle was needing some love, so I decided to jazz it up by etching a design on it. These were the supplies that I used:
Etching Cream and Brush
All of these materials (except the glass) can be found in the Glass Etching Kit by Martha Stewart Crafts.
Step One: Before beginning, I made sure to wash my glass with soap and water. I then cleaned the surface with some rubbing alcohol.
Step Two: I cut my silkscreen out from the sheet following the border as a guide. I then sized the design and made sure I liked the way it looked on my bottle.
Step Five: Rinse the glass under running water. Make sure to rinse all the cream off thoroughly first. Then you can remove the silkscreen and tape. And you are done. Just make sure to wash the glass with soap and water thoroughly before use.
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I wrote this post as part of a sponsored campaign with Plaid Enterprises and The Blueprint Social. The opinions in this post are my own.
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