Etched Porcelain Panel

Hi everyone, are you aware that etchallⓇ etching crème can be used on porcelain?

Using the etchallⓇ reposition/reuse stencil spray, spray the back of a dotted stencil.  Following the directions, allow the stencil to become tacky, then place it on a porcelain panel.

Use a pallet knife to add etching creme to the stencil.  Let sit for 15 minutes, then remove the etching crème and place it back in it's original container.  Remember that etchall is reusable and can be used on many upcoming projects.  Remove the stencil and clean it immediately.  Now watch the magic happen!  The etching creme removed some of the porcelain yet kept the panel smooth.

Spritz assorted spray inks on the porcelain panel, turning the panel so the colors run.

Once it was colored to my satisfaction, I tied rope to the panel.

Then I decorated the panel with a summer theme.  I placed mesh along the edge.  Using Rinea Silver/Silver Starstruck Foiled Paper, I die cut an anchor, placing it atop the mesh.  A stamped and colored Prima doll stamp was placed next.  Assorted shells created with Makin's Clay push mold and clay were added about the panel.  

To finish, I added a phrase and a die cut sail boat using Rinea Ruby/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper.   

Now that summer's here, it's time to start thinking about heading off to the beach when we are finally able to.

Thanks for stopping by.


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