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How To Save A Memory With Etchall

My daughter attends a private school that doesn't have sports or dances and such. I never thought she would be able to attend something like Homecoming or Prom. She has a boyfriend who transferred to a different school and he invited her to Homecoming this year. This is her first time receiving any flowers from a boy so it was doubly special for her. We wanted to preserve the memory so we dried the rose and I made a special container for it. Follow along below to see how Etchall made this possible. 

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I want to personally thank Cricut, Tape Technologies, and Etchall for providing materials for this post.

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Materials:

Directions:

We needed to dry the rose. To do so, you hang it upside down in a dry place for a few days. I used some twine and hung it in a closet so it wouldn't be disturbed. 


I wrapped the upper rim of the jar with the sparkle tape


I used my cell phone to design the type and my Cricut Maker to cut the vinyl for etching.


Once the vinyl was weeded, I transferred it to the glass jar.


Using a Q-tip I covered the text with the Etchall cream and let it sit for 15 minutes.
Then I placed the excess Etchall cream back into the bottle and rinsed the glass jar with warm water.
Then I removed the stencil and rinsed the glass jar again.


Here is a close-up of the front of the glass jar.
It is really small, about 2" wide.

I was so surprised at how well the smallest of details held up, like the center of the letter e.


My daughter is thrilled with her keepsake.

 

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