Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Etchall Christmas Candle Holder


I have been trying to plan ahead this year on easy to make gifts for teachers, neighbors or even coworkers. Candle holders always make great gifts, right? I found these glasses at the dollar tree and decided to use some Etchall Dip 'n Etch Liquid on them to make cute Christmas candle holders.


Supplies you will need:

Alcohol Pad


1. Take an alcohol pad and whip down the outside of the glass. Cut half inch strips from the etchall etchmask vinyl and then stick them evenly spaced on the outside of the glass at a slight angle.


2. Using a ruler or something for a straight edge, cut the bottom of the vinyl strips off with a craft knife.


3. Place the glass with a rock or something heavy on it so it won't float in a plastic container and fill it with water up to where you want the glass to be etched too. For me, it was about a quarter inch from the rim of the glass.


4. Take the glass out of the water and mark on the side of the plastic container to the water line. Empty the water from container and dry.


5. Fill the container with the dip 'n etch up to the line marked on the side of the container. Carefully place the glass back into the container with the rock. Let sit for 15 min in liquid. 


6. When the 15 min. is up, take the glass out of dip 'n etch liquid and rinse glass off with water. Remove vinyl and dry. Pour dip 'n etch back into the bottle to use on your next project.



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