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Etched Oriental Tea Light

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Use this glowing tea light from Etchworld Armour to brighten up a room or to add some style to a porch or patio.

Materials:

  • Sand Etch® Kit
  • Sand Etch® Stencil #70-9220
  • Tea Light
  • Masking Tape
  • Scissors
  • Glass Cleaner
  • Running Water
  • Paper towels and Newspaper
  • Cardboard Box

Steps:

  1. Begin by cleaning the glass thoroughly with glass cleaner.
     
  2. Cut out the design from the stencil sheet.
     
  3. Tape your stencil design to the glass. Start at one end and smooth out the stencil to the other end.
     
  4. Mask off all exposed glass to avoid unwanted etching.
     
  5. Begin to blast your project according to the detailed instructions found in the Sand Etch Kit. Hold the nozzle of the blaster approx 1 inch from the glass while blasting in a circular or zig zig motion. Hold the glass up to the light periodically to be sure all areas are etched.
     
  6. Carefully remove stencil design, tape and paper to avoid scratching glass with any remaining abrasive.
     
  7. Rinse project under running water to remove excess abrasive. Clean project with glass cleaner and dry with paper towels.
     
  8. Return the glass to its holder, light a candle and admire your work.

    IMPORTANT: Please read your Sand Etch® manual for safety precautions.
     

 

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