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Etching a Thrift Store Glass Top Table

By: Susie Bentz from
Updated March 09, 2018
Etching a Thrift Store Glass Top Table
Etching a Thrift Store Glass Top Table

"I re-freshed this thrift store find with an etched leaf border just in time for spring! Adding a little pizazz to a glass top table couldn't be easier with etchall®etching crème and etchall® stencil spray. It only takes 15 minutes to etch an image and etchall®etching crème is reusable! It works on glass, mirrors, china, marble, and slate. Once you spray a stencil with etchall® reposition/reuse stencil spray, you can use the stencil repeatedly before you need to re-apply."

Materials List

  • etchall®etching crème
  • etchall® reposition/reuse stencil spray
  • etchall® Squeegee
  • The Crafters Workshop 6" stencil - Abstract Leaves
  • FrogTape
  • Isopropyl alcohol
  • Protective gloves, glasses and clothing
  • Glass Top Table

NotesDo NOT rinse in a porcelain sink as this is an etching product and it will remove the glaze. You can not use too much etching crème so apply generously since it is reusable!

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