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Thursday, 5 December 2013

Christmas candle vase with Etcall


 Hi guys hope everyone is doing ok,
Things have been a bit nuts here, trying to sort the house 
so we can do the tree and stuff now final got the shopping done.
Just need to wrap it.lol


 Today's tutorial is a candle holder using  Etchall 


I found this fab vase in a local charity shop for £1.50
I decided that i wanted only the bottom doing,





I took the glass and washed it to make sure there is no smudges or dirt
then added some masking tape so I knew how much dip I  needed,
I then added the water to the level of the tap,
I then used a marker to mark the water leave.





 After that I the got rid of the water then I dried  the vase and the bowl 
do make sure there well and truly dry,


 Then I put the vase back in the bowl and added the Etch "n" dip
To the marker line. I used a heavy jar to hold the vase in place,







Left it for 15min, Then i took the vase out and then put it in 
a bowl of soapy water to rinse the vase off.
Then I put the solution back in its jar. Which is one thing I love about Etchall
Is you can use it over and over again.




This is the vase after washing and drying, 
I then used stuff from my stash to jazz up the stand.
Hope you like it.
Thank you so much for stopping by 
your comments are greatly received 
Thank you for stopping by 
Love n Hugs 
Nicky 
xxxxx







11 comments:

Stephanie said...

Nicky, GREAT tutorial!!!!

Kate M said...

Superb candle jar - great project, super tutorial, thanks for sharing.
xx

Mandy Ashley said...

WOW! That's clever! Like the effect it leaves on the vase :) Beautiful embellishments too :)

KarinsArtScrap said...

beautiful done and made Nicky it looks great.

gr karin

Judith Wright said...

very clever hun ty x

Avril Ann said...

Fabulous tutorial hun, and I love the finished product xxxx

Chris said...

Wonderful project Chris xx

Linda Simpson said...

WOW this is fabulous and thank you for the tutorial. Loving the finished product.

Hugs
Linda xxxx

Andree said...

A brilliant transformation Nicky. The vase looks wonderful and your step by step photos are fabulous x

debbi taylor said...

what a great project
hugs
Debbi x

Kathryn said...

Ohhh Ab Fab x I need to try this stuff xx