Candle Etching

Hi everyone, I've had the pleasure of working with etchall this past month and I've got all kinds of glass projects in the works.

I love how quick and easy glass etching is with etchall.

Begin by die cutting your image and removing the positive die cut.  I used a Memory Box die for this project.  Taking off the vinyl backing, be sure all the little pieces are removed.

Using vinyl transfer paper, place the vinyl die cut on your glass and rub gently so it adheres.

Remove the transfer paper and, using the squeegee, be sure to remove any air bubbles from the image.   Add masking tape around the image so the etching crème does not get on the exposed glass.
Add liberal amounts of etchng crème to the image, being sure the entire image is covered.  Wait 15 minutes then remove the etching crème and return it to the jar.  It's perfectly safe to be used again and again.

Rinse off the glass under running water and then remove the stencil. 

My jar is beautiful as it is, but I wanted to add some more personal touches.  I die cut the greenery from the same die and adhered it to the image.  The I added some dew drops from the Robin's Nest for the berries and the candle flames.

Be careful, glass etching with etchall is addicting!!

Thanks for stopping by today.




  1. Oh so gorgeous Steph! I love your work and your blog...hope to come back soon to continue looking around. I saw and admired your cards in Just Cards Christmas mag and also your lovely work on the eBosser blog. Thank you for sharing!