DIY Etched Glasses

Melanie Czoka
by Melanie Czoka
3 Materials
$2
15 Minutes
Easy
I love how a little DIY can make my inexpensive glasses look a little more luxe. I love making a set of glasses for weddings, too.
These glasses are from Dollar Tree! I also made a jar for kitchen storage. This stuff can be used on any glass surface.
Gather supplies
-Glasses (Mine are from Dollar Tree)
- Etching Paste (Use that craft store coupon)
-stencil stickers
Open your etching paste and poor little out. This'll make it easier to paint onto the classes.
Add your stencil stickers, and paint in the lines. Be sure not to get any edging paste on any part of the glass that you do not want at church. This stuff works fast. If you don't want to buy the stencil stickers, you can add to them the way that I did my mason jar's (that's a separate post)
Wait the amount of time listed on the bottle, then rinse well.
Ta-Da!
Suggested materials:
  • Glasses   (Dollar Tree)
  • Etching Paste   (Craft Store)
  • Stickers   (Craft Store & Dollar Tree)
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  • Julie Ketchel Julie Ketchel on Jun 07, 2017
    I have used Armour Etch in the past as well. She is absolutely correct, super easy! Another way to cover your glass is with clear contact paper and then simply cut out, with an exact-o knife, the picture, shape, letter, etc., that you want etched. They do make great gifts!!

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  • Julie Ketchel Julie Ketchel on Jun 07, 2017
    I have used Armour Etch in the past as well. She is absolutely correct, super easy! Another way to cover your glass is with clear contact paper and then simply cut out, with an exact-o knife, the picture, shape, letter, etc., that you want etched. They do make great gifts!!

  • Elaine Lee Elaine Lee on Jun 29, 2018

    Very Interesting!!! Thank you for sharing. I'm not a crafty person, however, I'm thinking of decorating some glasses for fun. Will definitely pass on to my dear, friend who has many talents.

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