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How to Create the Look of Etched Glass with Contact Paper

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Add a new dimension to simple glass jars and learn how to create the look of etched glass with contact paper. No need to purchase expensive creams for this project from Tiffany Windsor - simply use what you have and watch your glass crafts come to life.

Before you begin working on this project, make sure the glass surface is completely clean. Decide on a certain phrase, image or word for your glass and cut it out of your contact paper. You can use a stencil or simply just cut on your own. Press the contact paper onto the jar and make sure you remove any wrinkles of bubbles. Display your glass bottles in a bathroom - they're great for sorting bath salts, creams and more. Best of all, you can change the message whenever you feel like it! Simply remove the contact paper and start all over again.

 

 

For a step-by-step photo tutorial of this project, check out Faux Etched Bathroom Jars.

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