Today I will be showing how to make an etched glass project. I had several different bath fizzies stored in a paper bag in the bathroom and it was not the most attractive storage container so I decided to make a new one. I started with a plain glass storage jar that I found at Goodwill.
Next, I cut out a square of contact paper and punched a circle out of the middle. I used some letter stickers to add the word bath in the middle of the circle.
I used a glass etching product that I found at Michaels and followed the instructions on the package. Just glob on the cream in a thick layer over your desired area.
My cream instructed me to wait 60 seconds and then rinse it off. So that is what I did! The end result is a nice etched image.
That's it! Now I have a bath jar to store my bath fizzies. Right now mine are all in little bags because they are different scents, but next I may add some bath salts and a little wooden scooper.
Since this is a new technique for me, I am using this piece for my Blogging Business Artisans January challenge piece. We were challenged to create something using a new technique and it was just the boost I needed to finally try glass etching!