These Drink Inspired Glass Coasters highlight all the best drinks, including wine, coffee, and beer! Make a set of these handmade glass coasters for your next housewarming party or make a set for your best friend! Don't forget the wine!
This decorative coaster is created using Etch cream with a needle tip applicator and a design from a clip-art book. A picture from a coloring book is just as cute! Have fun making these fun painted fish coasters!
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.
Create a neatly etched glass with a zebra design. Using Armour Etch Cream you can have your class ready to drink in only nine steps.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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!