Etching on Glass using Etch All Cream

Monday, December 29, 2008

I showed this technique at the Sunday night class. I thought I had recorded it, but I made a mistake, but the class did not record, so I did a tutorial to show you how to do it.


7 comments:

Brens Designs said...

Beautiful!!! You always explain things so that it is easy to do. Thank you for taking the time to do this tutorial.

Corinna said...

LOL, I haven't watched this yet but I just had to stop and tell you that THE DOG IS ADORABLE. hehe

Corinna
www.myscrapbooklife.com

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for taking the time ... just one thing - did you not have to cut through the sticky plastic you used to stick down the design? Sally from Leeds, UK

Anonymous said...

Love this idea. Can't wait to make some for Christmas gifts. One question, when you went to the sink to wash off the etching, did you just use water or did you use soap?

Marla

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for sharing, I can't wait to make some. What type of transfer tape did you use? I went looking to order some was totally lost since there is so many. I did get the etchall ordered.
Thanks Klo...
Allyson

Klo said...

I used the transfer tape from Pazzles. It really doesn't matter what kind you use.

When I washed off the etching cream, I just use warm water, but I don't see any reason you couldn't use soap if you wanted.

Leah H. said...

I hope you can still help me. Need to try and make some glasses for my son's wedding next year.

I loved the tutorial. Where can I get transfer tape and the vinyl? Michaels, Hobby Lobby, etc.

Also, does the vinyl already come with sticky side or do you have to run it through a machine to make it sticky?

I have the new Boss Kut Gazelle, can I use it to cut vinyl also?

Thanks,
Leah
scrapbooker1158@aol.com

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