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Wednesday, 18 September 2013

Etchall tutorial

 Evening My lovely followers and welcome to any new ones,
I have had to go back into the summer house as i can not craft 
any were and its getting to me not being able to craft lol
As you know I am a DT member Angela Holt Design
She has got us a fantastic new product, 
So thanks to Angela I am bringing you an amazing new product called
this is there web site.I am hoping to be able to bring this product
to the UK market soon.
 We got sent this lovely little kit and inside was also a glass tile 
and a stencil of a bird,
I cleaned the glass so there was no grease or finger marks
then took the back of the vinyl leaving the sticky side 
which you then apply to the glass. 
 As you can see there is a outline of the bird which is cut out
then you take of the backing to reveal the stencil bits
you then use the pick to take out the cut pieces






 As you can see you now only have a piece of glass showing
then on the side you add a big blob of the Etchall creme
On to the side and using the little scraper 
   Scrap the creme over the area that is exposed  it dose not
matter if its thick as it is re usable,
Once this is done leave for 15 min.
                                            


Once the 15 min is up scrap off the excise of the creme
and add back to its jar do not put in any other container 
It needs to be kept in the pot its in.
Then take the glass to the sink and wash off with plain water
any excise, then dry with kitchen roll and peel off the vinyl.

And there you go a wonderful Etched Glass or mirror.
I have a bigger tutorial  tomorrow with this great product
so pop over to there facebook page  Etchall 
A big thank you to 
Angela for giving us an amazing new product.

A Holt Designs Facebook


Thank you all for your wonderful comment 

Love & Hugs
Nicky 
xxxxxx








11 comments:

sandra carey said...

Such a cool idea Love your Bird Hugs Sandra xx

Jan Ltc said...

Looks great TFS xx Jan

Linda Simpson said...

ooooooooooooh something else to go on my wish list! This is fabulous and I so love that beautiful bird.

Hugs
Linda xxx

Mrs O crafty blog said...

Great project, Px

Andree said...

This looks fabulous Nicky, what a brilliant product. The bird is wonderful x

jane stillman said...

This looks fab, thanks so much for the tutorial x

Holley (Tondre) Barnhart said...

wow, my grandmother's favorite thing was hummingbirds. Awe. Turned out great. Cheers, Holley

Kate M said...

What a fabulous product and so simple to use - great idea.
xx

KarinsArtScrap said...

what a great project Nicky looks great.

greetings karin

Chris said...

Wow that's brilliant, more pennies to spend lol. Love the bird. Chris xx

Lindsay Craftymonster81 said...

Awesome, looks like a fabby product
Lindsay xx