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  • angel m

    Update thrift store glassware with spray paint, DIY ideas!

  • Ashley Jolly

    Make your own etched glass crafts at home! Armour Etch: Martha Stewart edge punch:

  • Joy Moore

    DIY etched glass bud vase

  • SP Ferris

    Like this. Click on pix for directions! "Etched Glass Etched Glass Add frosty frill to a plain glass vase. See next slide for Step 1."

  • Lela Hughes

    Etched Glass easy to do and so pretty Use a border punch to cut a design from adhesive shelf liner. Adhere the liner to the glass vase, smoothing out any air bubbles. Following package instructions, spread a thick, generous layer of etching cream onto the vase, covering the design. Leave the cream on for the instructed time, and then rinse with water. Embellish with a paint pen if desired. Your newly etched vase is ready to flaunt flowers.

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