For the Designer Challenge we got to play with some fun products. ETCHALL IS SO FUN! I had NEVER done glass etching so was excited to get to try something new! This product is very easy to use and have a very small learning curve. I will try to do some more things and share them at a later time.
So this is how it works...
You either make or use a stencil. (vinyl is good)
Spread on the Etchall and scrape off with the squeegee.
Let cure for 15 or more minutes.
Rinse with water and remove stencil.
My first attempt was a learning time! LOL I got the vase done sort of but then ended up "frosting" the entire surface...
It did give a cool effect as you can still sort of read the words etched in. But lets move on.
So next I had a little candy keeper so wanted to do a simple design on the top and create my own designs on the sides. I used Spellbinders Lock and Key.
LOVE the squeegee!
The yellow is a film you can cut and design with using dies or electric cutting machine.
I had much better results with this project.
Love the crisp lines and how well the Etchall worked. So pretty!
Finally, I tried this on a ready made candle. I think this will work better next time I try as I did not clean the surface well so I am pretty sure there was some was build up.
You can still read it and see it. It is very subtle.