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Etched Glassware

By: Projects by Laurie
Etched Glassware
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Drink up and celebrate the season with a set of your very own personalized Etched Glassware. Use pictures of trees, stockings, mistletoe, and other cute Christmas motifs to create this Christmas craft project. The more personalized you make these etched glasses, the better. Create a set or two and send them as special handmade Christmas gifts for your friends, family, co-workers, and other loved-ones. There's no better way to celebrate the holiday season than by offering a bit of extra time making a handmade holiday gift.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Main MaterialGlass


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My husband and I used to do a ton of etching like this when we first got married over 25 years ago. Do you do more intricate designs? He found that with the larger designs he had to cut out what he wanted to frost and leave the rest of the design, so it was like the opposite of what he planned to cut out. Do you have that issue, or is it easier with the smaller etchings?

I've made etched glass projects like this before and it was surprisingly easy! You can pick up any old glass piece and jazz it up with your personalization. The jar of glass etching solution isn't even that expensive (I found mine at Michael's craft store.) A tip that I learned for a stencil is to use that cheap sticky-back shelf-paper. You can trace whatever design you want on it and then cut it out with an Exacto knife (handy if you don't have a Cricut or Silhouette machine.)


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