Thursday, September 23, 2010

Glass etching luv!!!

Who knew that this would be so much fun! And easy! My 40th birthday is approaching and i am having an all day scrapbooking party with some of my besties :) I wanted to give them a great favor that had to do with creating so me & my Jenny got together for the day and did these.



The smaller words were harder to do so we mostly stuck with the bigger letters but thanks to jenn's patience we have 3 of these! I need to find some more letters pronto!
I can't wait to make these for all my sons teachers, aides etc. Just think plates, dishes, mugs woo hoo!!!!
Got Scrap????
I just loves the designs they came out great i need to get a photo of a butterfly they were just delicious. Walk, RUN,
DRIVE to your craft store and get some glass etching cream it takes literally 30 seconds to work!!!
I am thinking this could make a great 1st giveaway! Now i just have to go ask my expert blogger friend Christine how to do it..you can find her at..
she helped through my startup and is really a crafty person!! We are HS friends who found each other on FB :)

16 comments:

  1. These are amazing! I LOVE these...where's my etching cream???LOL! You are the best-est!!

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  2. Those are a really cute idea! Happy early Birthday!! I'm your newest follower hope you can stop by http://aumiedoesit.blogspot.com/

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  3. Neat! Very cool! I would love to do that some time! Might have to try for the holidays!

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  4. WOW!!! LOVE THEM!!! Wish I could be there =/ These are Beautiful!! Have fun!!

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  5. Your jars are so fun! I enjoyed wandering around your blog and reading your profile...your boys sound like a delightful handful. Following from Buzz on by...hope you can stop by for a visit!
    Thanks, Becky Jane
    Raising kids can be a lot like weeding the rose bed...well worth it, but...OUCH!
    http://myelevenreasons.blogspot.com/

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  6. Following from buzz on by thursday.

    http://glamourgirlreviews.blogspot.com

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  7. Signed up to follow your blog from last friday's Social Parade! It is great! I hope to see you on Dropped Stitches!

    xo Erin
    droppedstitches72.blogspot.com

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  8. that is so nice.. i love the jars are any of them foe sale.. can you tell how you did them....

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  9. Out of all of the projects I have done, I have NEVER done glass etching! These turned out so great, I think I am going to have to give it a try! Thanks for sharing your “creative mojo” with me on Thrilling Thursday. I hope you will be back again soon :)
    ~Lori S.
    Thrilling Thursdays @Paisley Passions

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  10. I have never tried glass etching but it sounds really fun! I love your jars! They are so fun!! I am going to try this soon!!!

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  11. Really cool. I need to start using my expression more for this sort of stuff. Maybe when I get back to the states and move into my home we shall see.

    Love these turned out great.

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  12. Your jars turned out so prettyyyy!

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  13. Thanks for all the kind comments..i will be following back just such a crazy week! Please keep visiting :)

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  14. These are fantastic! I confess, I have been afraid of etching cream but you may have convinced me to try it ( when Christine and I are done with our stashbusting challenge and I can buy some!) Following you now too :)

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  15. Your my kind of friend, giving gifts on YOUR birthday :)
    They turned out beautifully.

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  16. I love this idea! Not just a fun scrapbooking party (fun!) but the lettering and etching is just SO cute! Thanks for linking up to Topsy Turvy Tuesday's.

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