Monday, October 28, 2019

Etched Glass Kitchen Window with etchall® etching crème

Hello crafty friends!  This past summer I etched a window in my bathroom and loved the way it turned out! (you can see all about it here) It made me look around my house at the rest of my windows when I spied this one above the sink in my kitchen.

Time to play...

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I created a design and cut a stencil from vinyl with my Silhouette Cameo.

I applied it to my kitchen window...

 ...and removed the transfer tape.

I masked the edges of the window with painter's tape and protected the window sill with a plastic yellow tablecloth.

I covered the entire design area with etchall® etching crème.  This particular etching crème is dark brown because of age.  It starts out off white and darkens to caramel to dark ground with exposure to heat or time. The color of the product does not affect useability or performance.  I like to use older product on windows because it is thicker and easier to manage on a vertical surface.

After 15 minutes I scraped off the etching crème and returned it to the original container...

...and thoroughly cleaned the window with a sponge and water.

Once the window was thoroughly cleaned I removed the vinyl...

... to reveal the magic!

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you find some time to play today!  Susie

etchall® etching crème

Materials for Kitchen Window Glass Etching:

etchall® etching crème
Vinyl stencil
Transfer tape

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