You can easily upgrade a glass cutting board from the Dollar Tree into something worth putting on display. It was really easy to do using etchall etching creme. In no time at all, the cutting board was transformed. Make one for yourself or to gift.
etchall etching creme
scrap of cardstock
personal cutting machine (Cricut Maker)
circle glass cutting board
I used the image from Cricut Design Space. Rangoli Mandala, Vinyl #MB78A515
cutting the design on the Cricut Maker
weeding the image
clean the back of the glass cutting plate with alcohol
I aligned the vinyl on the glass.
here is the vinyl on the glass
getting ready to use etchall
apply generously and leave for at least 15 minutes return the excess to the bottle after the allotted time I used a scrap of card stock to remove the etchall.
Here is the final result – quick and easy but it looks like so much more.
Coffee, whether it is plain or fancy has an aroma that is pure bliss to many. Can you survive without coffee? Which is your favorite, or is it too hard to pick? Get this free printable and make your own stickers, or print and cut for crafting. However you use them, you know you’ll need them – because coffee!
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I am a design team member for ScraPerfect. Each month I post two tutorials on their blog. Today I have a tutorial for making a 3D Party Decoration. They are really versatile and can be made in a variety of different sizes as well as used for a variety of different applications. [party decoration]
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I am really excited to share the new Machine Tool Organizer from Cricut. It sells for $29.99.
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A lot of engineering and design went into this simple looking product. It is functional while very elegant looking. The Tool Organizer fits 10 housing. The bottom twists off to store additional tips. Prior to using the Machine Tool Organizer, I kept all my tools in a plastic pencil box. It stored nicely but I had to rummage through it to find what I needed. The Tool Organizer from Cricut allows me to see the tool before I open it and access which one I need. You can buy your own on cricut.com and at major retailers.