vinyl better than contact paper because it prevents bleeding under better. The vinyl goes on back of pie plate and I pressed edges of words down really well. Next I applied generous coating of etching cream onto letters and allowed it to sit for 15 minutes. After time was up, I scraped cream back into jar (you can keep reusing it) and rinsed off residue. I then removed the vinyl and rinsed again, making sure no cream or glass dust was left on plate. After it dried letters showed up very well.
We made these as Christmas gifts using a monogram. I wanted to use etching solution but that stuff is crazy expensive so we used the spray frost. I made my own stencil. Definitely get a stencil adhesive - it certainly helped! I might make some for myself now that I have all of the materials. | Monograming would be great for gifts
Glass Etching...(This technique permanently etches your glass. You cannot remove it once you’re done. With that said, your creation will not rub or wash off, and will stay put as long as the dish lasts.) First, you’ll need a piece of vinyl with an adhesive back, like the vinyl you buy for vinyl wall decor. You can buy rolls or sheets of it at craft stores (if you must have some today) or you can buy some great vinyl much cheaper from one of my sponsors, Expressions Vinyl. If you don’t h...
How easy is this? Block painted black, burlap just tacked on with stenciled initial. Simple and very cute!