Glass etching with a punched pattern

An easy glass etching project on a cheap vase from IKEA.

On a piece of self-adhesive contact paper, punch holes in columns. Then with a scissors, cut out little lines to connect them.

Pull the backing off the contact paper and stick the design to the vase. (No transfer paper needed for this one, unlike my other ill-fated project.) Then glop on some glass etching cream. I used Armour Etch, available at most craft stores.

Let the vase sit for the time recommended on the bottle, about 5 minutes. Then rinse off the cream and remove the stencil. Your vase will now be fancy.

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1 comment for "Glass etching with a punched pattern"

  1. If you hate bored and clear things why don't you try to make it cool from a simple glass to a beautiful etched glass. Try to make it!