Glass etching is a craft that was previously available only to professionals and skilled artisans, but it is now accessible to the general crafter, thanks to the formulation of etching cream. A relative newcomer to the craft world, etching cream is a fast and inexpensive way to create elegant designs on glass. And with just a little know-how and the right supplies, you can make beautiful, personalized etched glass pieces that are perfect for gift giving and home decorating. Supply list available online and will print on registration receipt. Instructor: Ellen Miffitt Note: does not work on Pyrex
Etch Glass Supply list Note: this will not work on Pyrex Pattern: You might want to start with a pattern that does not have a lot of small detail. Clip art and coloring books are wonderful sources for patterns. Glass: Several small glass objects – jar or drinking glass, vases. Utility Knife: Cut your pattern out of the contact paper using a utility knife. Latex Gloves: Protect your hands from the acid in the etching cream. It is also a good idea to wear eye protection and a long sleeve shirt. This will not work on Pyrex. We will follow federal, state, or local COVID-19 guidelines.
Activity Secondary Category
Visual Arts & Crafts
Meeting Room 204 at The Olympia Center