Project completed: glass etching.

Wow, look at me go. Two FINISHED projects in one week. I feel so productive!
(Just don't look in my laundry room, bathroom, or bedroom. Hey, something has got to give when you're making time for crafts!)

I don't know if it's the case in other states, but here in Utah etching your last name onto a casserole dish is the thing to do at enrichment night. It is quite handy, so I did this for my friend who is getting married in a week. (I am pretty sure she doesn't even know this blog exists, so the cat's not out of the bag.) I used THIS TUTORIAL, and it was all very simple and straightforward. So, if you are in need of a gift, or just want to spruce up your own dishes, this is a great project that can be completed in no time at all, and for very little money.
With just a few products...
and a few simple steps...
you can have one of these!
Now your casserole dish wont go missing after a potluck.

- Armour Etch can be purchased at Michaels. I tried Jo-Ann Fabrics and they did not carry it. It's kind of expensive ($12 for 3 ounces) so wait for a Michaels 40% off coupon.
- I'd let the etching cream sit longer than the specified 60 seconds. Wait 5-10 minutes before washing
it off.
-Make sure you have a sharp x-acto knife. Trust me, it will make this project much simpler.

**Thanks to Melissa at IS*LY for this easy to follow tutorial!**


  1. when we did this at enrichment, the lady sandblasted ours. we just cut our names out. so it's nice to know you can do it without sandblasting. it looks real cute.

  2. I love the lettering you used and the added little hearts are darling! Good Job!

  3. Great job!! Look at you turning into the amazing crafter!!

  4. Such a good idea! I will have to try this. When I was in young women we did something similar with mirrors! Thanks for sharing all these great ideas!


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