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Wine Glass Etching DIY

Etching cream and pattern tape transform simple wine classes into elegant stemware pieces.
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Skill Level: Intermediate


Martha Stewart Crafts ® Patterning Tape
Item #32238
Create plaids, stripes, and checkerboards. Low tack adhesive allows easy placement, adjustment, removal. Contains 2 rolls--1 each 1/8in x 10yds and 1/4in x 10yds.


Martha Stewart Crafts ® Glass Etching Cream, 20.79oz
Item #33221
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. USA-made. NOTE: Read Advisory if rinsing in porcelain, ceramic or marble sinks. Use with stainless steel or fiberglass sinks only.


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Wine glasses


  1. Using Patterning Tape, tape off a design from the rim of the glass, down the body. Be sure to press the edges of the tape firmly onto the glass to release any air bubbles and to secure adhesion.
  2. Following the instructions on the bottle, apply a thick layer of the Etching Cream with a Brush by dabbing it on. You want the most coverage over the design, so best if you create an opaque layer of Cream.
  3. Wash off Cream after 15 minutes, and gently remove Tape to reveal your design.
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