Here is my etched cookie jar after I took off the vinyl.
I think it is big enough to hold a few cookies.
This view shows the edge of the "wanted" sign look I wanted on my jar.
Etched glass is a little hard for me to photograph...too much glare
I etched my daughters name onto the sides of some baking dishes for her. This one is a 9 x 13, perfect for when you take it to a function and need to get your dish back.
She will have an extremely long last name once she gets married,
and I was lucky to get it all on one line.
Unfortunately that was not the case on this 8x8 dish.
I have also made myself a set of glasses.
I put our last name on all of them and a different western design on the opposite side.
I made myself a set of 10 of these with all of the western symbols being different.
Don't look at the fingerprints on them, I can't imagine how that got there. LOL
I also etched this plate for myself with all children around the edge and in the middle.
This is a close up of the little cowboy and his stick horse.
Another close up of a cowboy on his rocking horse. Of course all of them had to be western.
And last of all a stage coach being pulled by a couple of horses.
The ideas are endless of what you can do with this stuff and they make great personalized gifts.
Thanks for visiting my etched part of the country,
those are really neat! the name on the baking dishes is pretty brilliant. :)ReplyDelete
Thanks those are nice to have when taking a dish somewhereDelete
Tex took the words out of my mouth, they are really neat and I too thought the name etching on baking dishes a terrific idea. The ideas for giftware are only limited by one's imagination. I have never seen this done before Jana so it was very educational and interesting. Thanks heaps!ReplyDelete
Hi Rose , I didn't show everything I have etched, but I figured people would get the idea that it is endless what you can do.Delete
I have to chime in - The name on baking dishes is a wonderful idea. The last dish I made and took for a funeral lunch had my name printed on the bottom with black marker. LOL.ReplyDelete
LOL I understand and have done the same thing.Delete
It looks like you have been very busy! Really impressive results.ReplyDelete
Thanks Tracey, I have done these over time.Delete
These are so cute I love the glasses!! The next time we are in Hobby Lobby you have to show me what to get.ReplyDelete
OK, I am thinking of making myself a set of glasses for everyday with barbed wire around the top and maybe an initial on them.Delete
Oh my, that sounds a teeny painful ;)Delete
LOL just be very careful when you drinkDelete
Beautiful sample of etched glass. Thanks for sharing this kind of art well done art work!ReplyDelete