Etched and colored glass bottles

Hi everyone, I wanted to show you how easy it is to color glass bottles using etchall® .

Etchall® creates an etched effect on glass allowing paints and inks to adhere to the surface. Since I wanted to etch the bottles inside and out, I poured  etchall® dip ‘n etch  in the bottles then placed the bottles in a container of dip 'n etch for 15 minutes.
As etchall® is reusable, simply pour it back in it's original bottle so it can be used on other projects.  There is no waste at all with etchall®!  Rinse off the bottles and pat dry. 

To color the bottles, add 4-5 drops of water in each bottle then 2 drops of  Izink Anenome in one bottle and 2 drops of Izink Turquoise in the other bottle.  Shake vigorously until the bottles are completely coated. 
Once dry, add assorted wrapped candies into each bottle.  Then stamp a tag and tie to each. 

Change up the tags and these would make great party favors.  With schools about to start, I think they'd also be great teacher gifts - they'd be a great way to help break the ice don't you think?
Thanks for stopping by today.


  1. I also glued a couple of acrylic gems in the middle of the flowers. RS Glass bottle

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