Give them the willy-jillies with this creepy crawler design! Spiderface is extra spooky on the black background of this wine goblet but it would be eeeekstra arachtastic on a blood red piece of glass. Imagine finding Spiderface at the bottom of your breakfast bowl!!
#15-0200 Armour Etch Glass Etching Cream.
#21-1667 ONO HALLOWEEN Stencil Sheet.
#21-1644 ONO PUMPKIN FACES Stencil Sheet.
#08- 9606 Brushes.
#08- 9999 Gloves.
#08- 9415 Masking tape.
Soft paper towels.
#85-2109 HOBBY KNIFE.
#60-3872 6 inch GLASS BOWL.Ruler and water soluble marker or china pencil.
1. Wash the item to be etched in hot, soapy dishwater and dry with a soft paper towel then wipe down design area with glass cleaner.
2. You may want to mark the centerline of your item before you begin. With a ruler and a water soluble marker or china pencil (not a sharpie) draw the centerline on the back side of the item. This makes it easier to create your design in the location you want it on the project.
3.Apply the spooky eyes of your choice to the glass being mindful of the space requirements for the spiders. Avoid touching the sticky side of the stencil as oils from your hands can interfere with adhesion. Using a tweezer to hold stencil while deciding on placement location can help with this. If stencils protrude into each other?¢?Ç¨Ôø?s design, you can trim with a scissor or etch them individually, one at a time. Etching one at a time is the preferred method over extensive cutting.
4. Using a popsicle stick or other dull instrument, press the stencil down gently but firmly to prevent the cream from getting underneath during etching.
5. Cover all the glass around the stencils with masking tape, overlapping all edges. Rub and press the tape down securely. Check for exposed spaces by turning the project over and holding up to the light.
Cover enough area so that none of the rinse water will touch any of the other glass while rinsing as even the small amount of etching cream in the water will permanently haze the glass.
6. Put on the rubber gloves. Load the brush with Armour Glass Etching cream. PAT the etch cream onto the stencils (do not brush it on). Apply a thick enough layer of cream to the exposed design area that you can no longer see through it. (View the directions HERE)
7. Leave the cream on for 5 minutes
8. Completely rinse off the etch cream under gently flowing temped water. Remove the stencils and masking tape and rinse again. Pat the stencils dry and return to the carrier sheet.
9. Wipe design area with glass cleaner. You may want to redraw centerline on the back of the project again. Place the first spider into a location as close as possible to the eyes you just etched. Follow steps 4 through 8 to etch this spider onto the glass.
10. Continue to repeat steps 4 through 8 etching spiders and / or threads, in any desired location and direction until you have the look you want. Remember, you can use parts of a stencil design by covering over the unwanted design features with masking tape or by trimming the stencil with scissors. If stencils protrude into each other?¢?Ç¨Ôø?s design, etch them individually, one at a time. Etching one at a time is the preferred method over extensive cutting.
Article Posted: 11/03/2019 04:26:51 PM