So, I found this little mirror in the clearance section at Michael’s one day and knew it would be perfect for an etchall® etching creme project.
And it is!
My problem is photographing it … I tried inside, outside, in light, little light … nothing would work. I wasn’t going to share this project, because I couldn’t photograph it, but it was so fun to make — and, I think, perfect for a little girl’s room, bathroom or foyer — that I decided to share my horrible photos, but fun techniques with you.
I started by designing the quote on my tablet using Cricut’s Design Space app. Then I used the Cricut to cut out the words using etchall® etchmask.
Next, I adhered the etchall® etchmask transfer sheet to the surface so I could pick up the little dots in the “e” and other letters.
I then pulled the etchmask off of the Cricut mat and placed it on the mirror.
Then, I coated the surface with etchall® and let it sit for 15 minutes. Then, I scraped up the etchall® and placed it back into the bottle for another time. I rinsed off the mirror, removed the etchmask and gave it a final cleaning and it was done!
It really is crisp and clear, but I couldn’t get the letters to not reflect in the photo — unless I focused on something in the mirror and then you couldn’t see the letters. So, trust me when I say it is perfect and crystal clear in person!
it’s gorgeous Candy! So beautifully crafted! One day you will have to teach me. Hugs, Robin
Soon, very, very soon!
I love it. Thank you for sharing.