April 5, 2018

"It's Coffee Time" Etched Slate

Hello! Today I am sharing a teapot-shaped slate piece that I etched with etchall etching creme.

I found this saying "It's Coffee Time" on Pinterest and using my Silhouette Studio Designer Program I cut it out with my Silhouette Cameo and some etchall etchmask.

I then carefully removed the image from the etchmask and then sticking it to the front of my slate piece.

Once I made sure the etchmask was stuck down well with no lifting or bubbles on any of the edges, I then applied the etchall etching creme with the etchall Squeegee evenly over the area I wanted etched. You want a pretty thick layer of the etching creme but be careful not to create bubbles when spreading it out.

Let the etchall etching creme sit for 15 min. Once the 15 min. is up scrap the extra creme back up with the etchall Squeegee and put back in your jar as the etching creme is reusable.
Then rinse off your slate piece with warm water and remove the etchmask, dry and you are done.

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  1. Hi Nadine! I love this tea pot! Can I ask where you found the blank slate? Are other shapes available?

    1. Hi Joe! I believe I got it at Tuesday Morning and at the time when I got it, yes they did have other shapes. Don't remember what they were though.


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