Etched Glass Snowflake

Etched-Glass-Snowflake

From the moment that I discovered Armour Etch I have been creating unique gifts for my friends and family by etching glass. My Cricut makes it very easy to cut a stencil into vinyl, which adheres to the glass well and creates a perfect etch every time. Today I downloaded a snowflake and decided to put it on a champagne glass. I plan on creating a set of these for some friends to give away with a bottle of champagne for Christmas presents.

Supplies:

  • Glass
  • Armour Etch
  • Paper Towel
  • Vinyl
  • Cricut
  • Snowflake cartridge or a pattern to download into a software like Sure Cuts a Lot
  • Foam Brush

Instructions:

Step 1:  Using your cutting machine, cut a snowflake template into vinyl.

Snowflake Cut

Step 2:  Apply the vinyl stencil to clean glass.

Vinyl

Step 3:  Apply a generous amount of Armour Etch to the area using a foam brush. Let sit for 5-7 minutes. Be sure to read the instructions fully on the Armour Etch as it is dangerous if it comes into contact with your skin. Never use around children.

Etch

Step 4:  Run water over the area, rinsing the etch off of the glass. Remove the stencil and dry.

This project is a very fast project and I think the result comes out looking very sharp. Imagine the possibilities!

I hope you loved this project and will stop over to visit Amber’s project for today – a paper snowflake!

2 Comments

  1. BusyWorkingMama says:

    How fun! I never knew you could do something like this yourself. Great tutorial!

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