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Martha Stewart Elegant Etched Glass Ornaments

Create classic etched glass ornaments for your tree.
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Skill Level: Beginner
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Martha Stewart Crafts ® Holiday Icons II Adhesive Stencils
Item #32304
Adhesive stencils are ideal for adding painted designs to any project, especially on curved or slick surfaces. Repositionable, reusable. Contains 2 multi-design 5-3/4in x 7-3/4in stencils and instructions. 46 total designs.

$10.49

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Martha Stewart Crafts ® Glass Etch Cream & Brush
Item #33222
Use to create realistic professional quality etching. Use with Martha Stewart Crafts® adhesive stencils, adhesive silkscreens or patterning tape to create a wide variety of designs. Kit includes 5.96oz glass etching cream, and brush. NOTE: Read Advisory if rinsing in porcelain, ceramic or marble sinks. Use with stainless steel or fiberglasss sinks only.

$24.99

Martha Stewart Crafts ® Glass Patterning Tape
Item #33255
Create plaids, stripes, checkerboards, and one-of-a-kind patterns with glass patterning tape. Low-tack, repositionable adhesive lets you adjust placement of tape without damaging your surface. Works on any clean, smooth surface. Contains 15 yd x 1in roll.

$10.99

Other Supplies
Brush basin or container for water
Paper towels
Rubbing alcohol

Instructions

1. Remove hanger and cap from ornament and set aside

2. Moisten paper towel with rubbing alcohol and wipe over entire ornament to remove any dirt or grease.  Allow to dry.

3. To create the snowflake ornament, remove adhesive stencil from backing sheet and position on glassware where desired.  Press stencil firmly in place.  Save backing sheet for stencil storage when project is complete.

4. Using patterning tape, create a protective area around the stencil edges to mask the glass surface NOT to be etched.  NOTE:  If etching cream touches an area unprotected, that area will be etched.

5. To create stripes, use strips of patterning tape placed evenly around the entire ornament.  Make sure the edges of the tape are pressed down completely.

6. To create the half frosted ornament, place patterning tape horizontally around the middle of the ornament. 
Glass Etching Instructions:

7. Apply a thick layer of etching cream over the open design areas using the natural bristle brush included with the Etching Cream.  NOTE:  You may also use a palette knife or a handled squeegee to apply a liberal amount of etching cream.  Set project aside for 15 minutes.

8.  After 15 minute wait, rinse glassware under running water to remove all etching cream.  While under running water, remove stencil and stencil tape.  NOTE:  It is best to wear protective gloves when working with etching cream.  Make sure that etching cream does not run over the edge of the design or spill on any areas that are not to be etched.

9. Rinse stencils well, blot dry and return to backing sheet for storage.

10. Dry etched glassware.

PROJECT TIP: Etching cream can also be used with Martha Stewart Crafts Adhesive Silkscreens.

The color of etching cream may change; it may deepen in value from a warm caramel color to a milk chocolate color as it is open to the air

Disclaimer: The information found in each project is presented in good faith, but no warranty is given, nor results guaranteed, nor is freedom from any patent to be inferred. Since we have no control over physical conditions surrounding the application of information herein contained, Plaid Enterprises, Inc. disclaims any liability for untoward results.

Important: Please be sure to thoroughly read the instructions for all products, paying particular attention to all cautions and warnings shown to ensure the proper and safe use of the product.

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