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Patriot Plate


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Show your patriotism with this etched glass plate from Etchworld Armour. Display all year or use for 4th of July decorating. 


  • 1- #15-0150 Armour Etch Cream 3 oz
  • 1 8” Round Glass Plate
  • 1 sheet #20-0436 God Bless America
  • 2 sheets #20-0223 Ornate Alphabet (cut out 4 ea U,S,A)
  • 1 sheet #20-0402 Stars (4 of the largest, and 1 strip of the smallest)
  • Plastic or rubber gloves
  • 8 1⁄2” x 11” pc blank paper
  • Pen or Pencil
  • Ruler
  • Scissors
  • Lint free paper towel
  • Glass cleaner
  • masking tape
  • Disposable craft brush


  1. To make a template guide: Trace around outside edge of plate. Cut out the paper circle with a scissor, then fold it in half, then fold again & again until when opened, you have eight pie shaped wedges. Using a pencil & ruler, mark all of the fold lines. Mark off the lines like the positions of the numbers on a face of a clock, using only the 12, 3, 6 and 9. Lay your plate right side up on top of the paper with the number 12 positioned at the top.
  2. Take the letter “S” and apply one each to the outside rim of the plate, at 12 o’clock, 3 o’clock, 6 o’clock, and 9 o’clock as shown in the photo. Next rub down the letter “U” to the left, and the letter “A” to the right of each “S”, slightly overlapping the blue edges of each (see basic instructions for using Rub N Etch letters).
  3. Next, place one of the largest stars halfway between each of the words USA and rub down.
  4. On either side of the big star, place 2 of the smallest stars and rub down.
  5. Center one of the “God Bless America” flags in the center of the plate and rub down.
  6. Mask off all around all stencil pieces and cover open areas with tape.
  7. Apply the Armour Etch cream with a brush (please refer to the website or your Rub’N’Etch stencil package for detailed information.
  8. Wait 60 seconds, then rinse and dry.


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