Looking for a cool way to upcycle a basic glass bottle? Why not decorate it with a timeless silkscreen design? Well now thanks to Martha Stewart craft products, you can select from several beautiful silkscreen designs. Using these silkscreens you will then use etching cream to apply onto the glass piece of your choice. In the post below take a look at how designer and Plaid Enterprises craft expert, Ed Roth uses a Martha Stewart silkscreen to embellish a basic glass bottle. Enjoy.
Want to make some funny glasses? If so, we have the perfect project for you. Check out these DIY Mustache Glasses we discovered over on the craft blog, Number 2 Pencil. Aren’t they awesome? Melissa designed several glasses using a few supplies including, Martha Stewart etching cream. What really caught our attention about this project is that Melissa made different versions of these glasses, with different mustaches. What a great idea! You can make this project yourself. To find out how click here.
Although Valentine’s Day was officially yesterday, many people plan to carry out this day of love throughout the weekend. If you are one of those people and plan to be in a romantic state of mind today and over the weekend, we want to share with you a romantic craft to create. Check out this etched glass centerpiece we found on the blog, The NY Melrose Family. Jenny created this project to use in her home all year round, and she did it using items from the Martha Stewart glass painting program. One of the main items used in this project was the Martha Stewart etching cream. You won’t need many supplies to make this elegant centerpiece. To see how Jenny made this project, check out her tutorial here.