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How to Etch a Vase

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Do you need a beautiful vase for flowers? This is a great project for taking an inexpensive dollar-store vase to a beautiful expensive look. You can etch a vase with a simple design without the need for any additional fancy tools like a cutting machine, dies, or punches. The result is very on-trend and stylish. All you need is the vase, a starter kit from etchall, a paper trimmer, and a pair of scissors.

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***Before adding vinyl to and glass project, be sure to clean your glass with rubbing alcohol. If you don’t have any, hand sanitizer is the next best option.

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The etchall starter kit provides you with vinyl. I took that vinyl and cut it into strips using a paper trimmer. Starting with 1/4″ strips and then 1/8″ strips I arranged them on the vase in a random fashion following the rule that I needed to make triangles out of the negative spaces.

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Using a foam brush, I applied the etchall creme to the entire surface. I used a generous amount because it doesn’t go to waste. Setting a timer for 7 minutes, I then added a bit more creme to make sure I had full coverage and set the timer for an additional 7 minutes. Overall the creme was on the vase for more than 15 minutes. The entire etching process happens in just 15 minutes.

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After 15 minutes, using the same foam brush I removed the etchall creme and put it back into the container. Then I washed the vase with water and removed the vinyl.

***I discarded the vinyl, foam brush, and plastic surface I was working on.

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