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Love Heart Bottle

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Stencil a heart bottle just in time for Valentine's Day!

Courtesy of Etchworld Armour


  • Armour Etch Cream
  • 20-0490 Rub N Etch stencil- Romantic Words 2
  • 20-0488 Rub N Etch stencil- Designer Hearts
  • 60-3732 Heart Bottle-Clear
  • White Rub N Buff
  • Pinata tints- Santa Fe Red
  • Pink, clear & red tiny rhinestones
  • Small pink bow
  • Thick craft or glass glue
  • Toothpicks
  • cotton swabs
  • soft paper towels
  • disposable small plastic plate or flat blister packaging plastic


  1. Rub down Love stencil in center of bottle according to package directions.
  2. Rub down one mini heart cluster in the upper left corner and 2 clusters in the bottom right.
  3. After etching, dry bottle well. Place a very small amount of white Rub N Buff on the end of a cotton swab and rub over etched word LOVE. Wipe off excess with soft paper towel. Rub N Buff will stick only to the etching.
  4. Place a small amount of White Rub N Buff on a plastic plate. Put a small drop of Santa Fe Red tint in the white RNB. Blend with a toothpick to make pink. Apply to clusters of hearts etchings with cotton swab. Wipe off excess with paper towel & buff.
  5. Place a small amount of glue on plastic plate. Dip one end of toothpick in glue and let dry until clear. Spread some of the rhinestones face up on the opposite side of the plate from the glue.
  6. Dip clean end of toothpick in glue. Apply dots of glue slightly smaller than rhinestone (do only a few at a time, the glue dries quickly) in between heart clusters as shown.
  7. Turn toothpick around to dried glue end and pick up a pink or red rhinestone by pressing down end of toothpick onto face of rhinestone. If it’s not picking up that easily, dab end of toothpick on your tongue. The dried glue will stick but not leave a mark. Mount stone onto glue dot and press down gently until glue shows out the sides of stone.
  8. Apply a clear stone in the curl of the L in Love.
  9. Glue pink bow around neck of bottle.


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