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Etching a Keepsake

with etchall creme

I dried the flowers from my daughter’s homecoming dance and then found this glass jar at the Dollar Tree that they fit into. I then etched the date and school on the side of the glass as a keepsake for her. etchall creme made this possible.

Using a Cricut Maker, I cut vinyl and weeded away the parts of the vinyl that I wanted to etch.

Before etching use rubbing alcohol to clean the glass surface.

Place the vinyl onto the clean glass and make sure to rub it down well.

Apply the etchall creme onto the area to etch making sure not to go beyond the covered area. Wait 15 minutes for the glass to etch. After 15 minutes remove the creme and put it back into the container, it is reusable.

Now wash the surface under running water and remove the vinyl.

Here is a close-up image of the finished piece.

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