Priceless glass etching

I have wanted to try glass etching for a long time. So when I needed to make a gift for a gift swap, that was the push I needed to try this technique. It was a lot easier to do than I thought it would be. Since I was working with a square area and a slightly curved surface, the challenge was getting the mask in place. Once I had that done, it was very simple. You can find a tutorial here on Splitcoast to try this.
Here’s a pic of the empty jar that I etched with the SU! Priceless set.

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And here’s a pic of the jar filled with ribbons. I cut various ribbons to the length needed for wrapping around a cardfront. I was a bit disappointed that the image did not show up as well with the ribbons inside, so I adhered the topper with temporary tape. This way it could be removed if the recipient wants to store something different inside.

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stamps- Priceless, Whimsical Alpha Lower
paper- Shimmery White, Regal Rose
ink- Regal Rose, Choc. Chip, Versamark
accessories- Priceless brass template, embossing powder, ribbons, giga scallop punch, Fiskars circle cutter

5 responses to “Priceless glass etching

  1. ooooh, I have been wanting to try that for a long time…now I am gonna have to
    thanks for reminding me.

  2. oops, that was me, forgot to sign in

  3. I am going to have to try this and hope that my attempt looks half as good as yours:o)

  4. Oh, I’ve always wanted to try this! It turned out great! Way too cute!

  5. This is adorable! I’m going to have to try this soon!

    sunshinevickie (aka)
    Hebron, IN

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