Sick of the confusion of whose glass is whose at a party? With these custom glass etchings you can make sure you're drinking out of your own glass with style! My initial wine glass will always belong to you.
This springy Mosaic Butterfly Stepping Stone is a great addition to your garden. You could also display this butterfly mosaic in your house to add some color to your decor. Create a whole flutter for a unique garden display!
If you're looking to add some Native American flair to your home, check out this stained glass project for a Cow Skull Medicine Wheel from Diamond Tech. It works great as a dream catcher, and is perfect for intermediate crafters.
Using decals, stickers and Armour Etch cream you can create some really neat glasses with a cool effect to it. They'll look store bought!
Etching crme is easy to control and a great way to etch flat surfaces. Learn the basics of glass etching with this tutorial from Maria Nerius.
This cute little glass bead is so fun to make. You can make him in seven steps using Moretti Glass rods and a beadmaking kit. This little guy is great for decorative accents.
This beautiful Faux Etched Rose Mirror would make a lovely decoration piece for your living room or bathroom. This project uses metallic spray paint rather than etching cream, so it's budget friendly and easy to do.
Take a plain glass round bowl and add some color and flavor to it. Gloss enamels allow you to produce these colorful flowers as a great embellishment. It's sure to brighten up any room.
This glass ornament is decorated with gel paints using a stencil as a guide. Hang them in the sunlight for a radiant look or on the Christmas tree for an elegant finish.
This is a beautiful way to brighten up a plain glass vase, using etching techniques to create a sunshine pattern like this sunny vase. Using the proper materials, you can create a glass etched vase.