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How to Etch Ceramics

Etching cream is usually used on glass surfaces but did you know you can also etch ceramic surfaces? Etchall works great on glass, ceramic, and slate surfaces. One of the best things about Etchall cream is that it is reusable, so a bottle is going to last a long time.

Some items used in this post were provided by the manufactures.


  • ceramic piece
  • Cricut Joy
  • Etchall
  • design
  • vinyl
  • transfer paper
  • weeding tool
  • duct tape
  • popsicle stick
  • paper towel
  • baby wipe
  • cotton swabs
  • colored wax
  • rubbing alcohol


Cricut Joy

I cut out a design using my Cricut Joy. The design I chose was one from Cricut (Geometric Tile Stencil #M1903D815).

I then weeded away the areas of the design I wanted to etch. Next, cover the design with transfer tape.

Follow the rest of the tutorial in the video below:

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