Gotta Keep Rollin'
Gotta Keep Rollin' Rollin' Rollin' is the baker's mantra. Capture their spirit for your kitchen with this cheeky design using the What's Cooking Over N Over Glass Etching Stencils and some Armour Etch Glass Etching Cream. We used a large flour canister out of a set of kitchen canisters for practicality and fun. Put these boisterous bakers on some mixing bowls and cutting boards for a complete kitchen set!
- #15-0200 Armour Etch Glass Etching Cream
- #21-1674 Over N Over Stencil-WHAT'S COOKING
- #21-1680 Over N Over Stencil-FARM FRIENDS
- #21-1645 Over N Over Stencil-REVERSE MR. & MRS.
- Large Glass Canister
Preparation and Usage Starting Skills
- This design was etched in stages.The technique allows the use of a particular stencil image multiple times on the same project when you don't have enough to etch all simultaneously. Additionally, it enables stencil images to be placed in closer proximity than the stencil borders would otherwise permit.
- After preparing the glass, place the checkerboard stencil along the bottom of the jar.Place an empty frame above the border on the left side. Cover the unwanted part of the stencil securely with masking tape. Place the letters for the word keep inside. Follow the etching cream instructions to etch these onto the glass.
- Place an open frame above the first and place the letters for gotta inside. Cover the unwanted parts of the stencil securely with masking tape and use the etching cream, as before, to etch this onto the glass.
- Place and etch the bakers, one at a time, above the words. Look through the glass when placing the second baker to get him as close to the first as possible. Repeat this process with the rolling pin. Add and etch one at a time beginning with the first and third in line.
- Complete the design with the checkerboard on top. Lay the checkerboard level with the bottom one. Cover all unwanted parts of the stencil securely with masking tape and use the etching cream to etch it onto the glass.
Article Posted: 11/03/2019 04:51:25 PM