Scan N Cut Saturday – Etched Glass Oil Bottle

Had a go at glass etching recently with a vinyl stencil made with the Brother Scan N Cut. It didn’t go exactly to plan but I was happy to have had the chance to explore a little bit of creativity.

I found this one hard to photograph however I hope that this shows you the results adequately.

If you would like to see how this project was put together, just jab the play button on the video below.


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4 thoughts on “Scan N Cut Saturday – Etched Glass Oil Bottle

  1. Gorgeous John.
    Great idea, I have used some etching fluid but that wasn’t reusable.
    I etched a dolphine on a glass window in a door years ago for a niece who loves dolphines.
    Thank you so much for sharing your inspiration, stay safe and have a wonderful Sunday.

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