Thursday, March 15, 2018

Etched Bottle for Dry Goods Storage

I love to take an object and instead of throwing it away for putting it in the recycle bin, turn it into something functional again.  I needed a new storage item for my dry good, and instead of going out and buying something new, let change an old bottle, etch it and make it beautiful again!


Here is a video on how to make this glass food storage item.



I started with a sherry bottle that I washed and took the label off and then etched (to see how please view the video).  I used the amazing stencil from Stencil Girl called Beacon.


I used the Etchall Stencil Spray to stick the stencil to the bottle.


Hey guess what, Etchall has an amazing coupon code to pass along to you for playing along in the hop!!


I then added the Etchall etching creme to etch the beautiful designs on the bottle.


Wash of the etching creme and you have a beautiful design on your bottle!!  I used mine to store forbidden black rice.



I love the look as it sits on my kitchen counter!!


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Thanks so much for stopping by, and what fun item would you stencil and etch?

Supplies Used
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42 comments:

  1. I'd etch wedding glasses for my son's upcoming June wedding!

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    1. ohh, that is amazing what a wonderful gift!

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  2. I always I always love your videos. That is a cool bottle and I love the design.

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  3. Very nice! I think this would be fun to do on a mirror!

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  4. This is so cool! I love this idea! I have never tried anything like this but I want to!

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  5. what a great bottle - love that it has been repurposed. The etching turned out fabulous!

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    1. i love to repurpose - best way to craft!!

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  6. What a great idea! The black beans look especially nice in this gorgeous bottle!

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  7. Awesome project! Love that stencil too!

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    1. that stencil rocks!! thanks for looking :)

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  8. This inspires me to create gift projects. Thank you for sharing.

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    1. DIY gifts are amazing, i love that idea!!

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  9. Imagining the possibilities. bailey (at) BaileyFiberArt (dotcom)

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  10. It's great that you made a beautiful container from an upcycled item!

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  11. the etching and the black rice really set that bottle off

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    1. most welcome, i love to do video :)

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  13. Fabulous etching and
    the bottle looks so
    neat!
    Carla from Utah

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  14. the bottle is so fancy.
    Looks fantastic on the shelf.
    thanks for sharing
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  15. This looks great! I love the stencil and the fact that you recycled.

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  16. Love this! I think I would stencil mason jars for storage in my kitchen. It's nice when the storage is pretty to look at when you have to keep things on the counter.

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  17. Love it Erin! I think I'd etch jars - I like to keep my walnuts, almonds, etc in jars as I think they stay fresher! Thanks!

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