Thanks for stopping by my blog! Today I am creating with etchall® dip 'n etch, and I'm creating one of my favorite things - an angel.
One of the things I follow on pinterest is garden art, and there are lots of fabulous creations with upcycled glass. I love working with different shapes and sizes to create art with it. Here are a couple of things I've done recently: an etched snowman and a tealight holder.
First, I headed to my local thrift shops for glass pieces that I can upcycle. They are usually very inexpensive, which is a plus. Or, you may have some around the house.
Here's what I found for my angel:
This is a vase and a small appetizer plate. I thought the plate was perfect for angel wings. I found a small round candle holder for the head.
Then, I proceeded to etch the pieces. It's so easy with etchall® dip 'n etch. Find a plastic container that fits your glass (this is the hardest part!). Then, follow the instructions to etch the glass for about 15 minutes. Rinse, dry and you are ready to go!
Here's the candle holder etching away:
|Glass Art Angel|
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