Etched Glass Bottle

Etched glass is easy to do, but you could probably use the frosted spray paint, too. This is a Patron bottle. I cut the design out of contact paper using my Xyron Wishblade. Once it was applied and the edges burnished, I rubbed it with alcohol to remove any residue left on the bottle from my fingers or labels. The entire surface was covered with Armour’s Etch cream and let it set for about 20 minutes. After 20 minutes, I filled a bucket part way with water and rinsed the etchant from the glass and dried the bottle.

To decorate, each upper edge has a rhinestone flourish, the trim, pearls and rhinestones were dyed with alcohol inks and adhered to the bottle with E6000. A ceramic knob was glued to each corner of the bottle and inked with alcohol ink as was the cork.

etched patron bottle

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