You’ve seen the glass etching you can do with etching cream and vinyl. You’ve seen how people label their dishes with it. But what if you don’t have the supplies and it’s really not practical to buy those supplies only to do a couple projects with them? What if you have the supplies and know a lot of people who don’t, but you can’t spend a lot of money on dishes to etch for them?
My brilliant friend Michelle gave us the cutest gift this year! I asked if I could share because I knew you guys would appreciate it. I sure do!
She made glass etching DIY “kits”. See that grid on the right? That’s our last name in vinyl. The glass etching cream is in a little bead jar she found at Joann. Type up the instructions, bag it all up, and ta-da! A great gift for pretty inexpensive. I’m not sure where she got her etching cream, but I bought mine at Michael’s—just be sure to bring a coupon!
Anyway, I just thought it was such a great gift and especially for those people you know who would love to do this, but have no use for a lot of vinyl or etching cream!
P.S. I’ve been so lucky to get to know the women married to the band members of my hubby’s band. They are all great and I’m so happy to know them all! Michelle is the wife of one of the band members and a friend I hope to have forever!