Saturday, June 15, 2013

Etchall Glass Etching Challenge~Wallhanging

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Hi Everyone,

I received some products from the Etchall Company a few weeks ago, to do a "challenge." (Thank you Barbee) I've never used this product before and I was so impressed with how easy it was to do! (Be sure to click through the Designer Crafts Connection icon in the sidebar for more ideas to use with Etchall Etching Creme!)

Some of you may think that this is a difficult process, well, after I read the instructions, I realized, "I can do this!" And so can you! Here are the items you will need.

Etchall etching crème is a re-usable crème that produces a white opaque, permanent etched finish on glass, mirror, ceramic, porcelain, marble and slate.

Etchall etchmask is a glossy adhesive vinyl used when creating stencils. It adheres to glass surfaces preventing etchall etching crème or etchall dip 'n etch to slide underneath. This gives sharp lines and a smooth finish to the design. When using etchmask to cut your own stencil designs, please see our instructions for etchmask. 
The etchall squeegee is a flexible T-shaped plastic tool used to apply etchall etchmask or pre-cut adhesive stencils to glass or mirror. Once the stencil is in place, the squeegee is perfect for removing air bubbles. ALSO use the etchall squeegee to apply and smooth etchall etching crème across the surface to be etched. 

The etchall swivel knife has a blade that rotates 360° allowing you to easily cut out stencils from etchall etchmask or any self-adhesive paper or vinyl. The etchall swivel knife makes it easy to cut curves, circles, and round shapes within a stencil pattern. By using an etchall swivel knife, you ensure that your stencil is cut properly.

This video will explain how to use the Etchall Product

(please go to their website for more information)


This is the project I created using the Etchall Cream! The glass says, "Love is Family." I had a friend use her silhouette machine to cut the vinyl for me.
I really like how it turned out. 



I used these products:

Etchall Etching Cream
Etchall Swivel Knife
Etchall Etchmask
Etchall Squeeqee
Black Frame 8 x 10"
Spare Parts vintage icons, (heart and purse locks)
Spare Parts burlap flowers
Burlap Spool 6" x 5 yards (for hanging)
Black Organza ribbon with edge 2.5" wide
Beacon Glass Metal & More permanent Glue

Try it yourself! What would you etch!? I would love to hear your suggestions and comments! Thank you!


16 comments :

  1. Denise, this is so lovely! I love how you combined all the different textures and natural shades with sparks of gold. Yey for etching!!

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    1. Thank you for the complement, Carmen. I really had fun creating in...My FIRST etched project.

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  2. Julie McGuffee • Thanks Denise! Members of Designer Crafts Connection are loving B&B Etchall glass etching products! Look at the projects we created for our manufacturer challenge blog hop.

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    1. I am having a blast with the etchall. I want to do some vases, next!

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  3. Deborah Wade • I have used these products before and found it to be excellent for glass etching. For a while, in my past, I made my living by doing custom design glass etched storm doors for a living. I made good money doing this but, moved on to other crafts to do the same.

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    1. Wow, Deborah, I bet the storm doors were a big hit! and beautiful!

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    2. Hello Deborah, we would love to see the pictures of your etched storm doors, are they on a website or would you email to me at barbobiz@aol.com or contact me at 623-933-4567...Thanks & God Bless...Barbee...<{{}}><

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  4. What a cute project, Denise! Love all the mixed media you put together. Great Job!

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    1. Thank you! I love mixing things up and really like combining materials!

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  5. This is wonderful - great mix of textures and elements - love it!

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  6. Beautiful, cool, and inspiring! So many possibilities! I guess I'll have to go get me some!

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  7. Beautiful work, and oh so cool! The possibilities seem endless.
    Guess I'll have to go get me some and give it a go! Can't wait!

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    1. Yes, you do need to get some, it was so easy to do and I had so much fun! Very quick process, too!

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  8. I'm going to have to try this ecthall product, It looks like a lot of fun.

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  9. You have the attitude that etchall tries to promote "I can do this!" AND You did!! Your project shows how you can mix, match and personalize all in one project...Great Job!!...Thank you...Barbee...<{{}}><

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    1. Thank you Barbee! I am having so much fun with the etchall.

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