Friday, March 16, 2018

Etchall/Stencil Girl Blog Hop

Hi Everyone!

Today I'm participating in a blog hop using etchall® products and a Stencil Girl stencil.

Here's the stencil that I chose from Stencil Girl.  It's Birds & Bunnies.  It's perfect for spring and Easter.

Since these stencils don't have an adhesive backing, you have to apply one.  Etchall® stencil spray works great for this.
Follow the directions on the spray to create the adhesive backing, then adhere it to the surface.  I decided to create a stenciled glass jar that I can use to hold flowers, candies or a candle.
I applied the stencil spray rather heavily to insure a good seal, then I smoothed the stencil down with the squeegee.  This stencil has finely cut pieces that have to be adhered to give the detail.

Here's how it turned out:
All the details in the stencil showed up well, but I wanted to add a little color to this bunny.  I used Rub 'n Buff in Pewter to add some color.
Bunny Jar
Here's another photo to show the bunny a little better.

And, here's a close-up:

I decided to use the small bird stencil, too.  I had a maple syrup bottle that I thought would be perfect to upcycle.
Here is the small bird stencil affixed to the bottle with etchall® stencil spray.  I used the squeegee to press the stencil down to the glass.  Then, I added masking tape around the stencil to protect the glass from stray crème.
Then, I applied the etchall® etching crème.
I waited 15 minutes, then scraped the extra crème back in the bottle to use again later.  I rinsed off the remaining crème and removed the tape and stencil.  After etching, I used Rub 'n Buff in Patina to color the etching.  Then, I tied some string around the top and added some beads.

Bird Bottle
I love how these two pieces came out.  Now, I'll be looking around for more glass - or slate, ceramic or mirror - to use the remaining stencils.  What a great combination - etchall® products and Stencil Girl stencils! 

And, there's a giveaway!  Each time you leave a comment on a blog, you get a chance to win!  Leave a comment on each blog for 23 chances (only one comment per blog).

One lucky winner will receive an etchall® Glass Etching Bee-ginner Kit,
reposition/reuse stencil spray
AND a $25 Gift Certificate to StencilGirl Products!

Enter to win by leaving a comment below.
Then be sure to visit the other blogs in the hop and comment to win.
The more blogs you comment on, the more chances you have to WIN!
One winner will be chosen at random from all blog comments!
(One comment per blog please.)

You have until Tuesday, March 20th at 11:59PM Central Time to leave your comments.
Winner will be announced on
StencilGirl's Facebook page and etchall’s Facebook page on Wednesday, March 21.

Blog Hop Order:


  1. hoping and hopping Bailey (at) BaileyFiberArt (dotcom)

  2. What a cute little vase! Love the bottle, too.

  3. What a great stencil! Perfect projects for spring!

  4. I love all of these. What a fun technique.

  5. Both are amazing
    ideas and love the
    added colors. The
    blue bird is so
    Carla from Utah

  6. Very cute Terry. I really like the addition of color on the bottle too!

  7. Thanks for showing a way to color etching. I've always wondered if it was possible. Your pieces look wonderful!

  8. lovely pieces. I need to do some etching

  9. Adorable for Easter great ideas. Dee

  10. These will be wonderful for presents.
    Sounds like it is fairly easy and
    fast - the type of project many of us are
    looking for. The results are
    wonderful. thanks for sharing

  11. Love, love, LOVE the blue bird! Nice work, Terry!

  12. Enjoyed all the projects. But my fave is that maple syrup bottle!! The string and beads are a great embellishments!

  13. That syrup bottle is too cute :) Thanks for sharing!