Wednesday, September 25, 2013


NEW laces and trims in my store!!! I have also REDUCED ALL THE LACES AND TRIMS!! I have added some of my fabulous handmade flowers and a Mini Silk Flower Bundle!!! Run over check it out and order!!!!   SHOP HERE!!!!

Drawing with Etchall Cream!!!!

Etchall has become one of my most favorite mediums to work with. It is the best product on the market that will lend the most beautiful results on all your glass,mirror, marble, slate and porcelain projects!!! I had so much fun the other night using the Etchall Designer Tip kit!!! This kit comes with all the Designer tips and 2 squeeze bottles for ease of the application.

I free handed my design onto the Glass in the below project!!!! ALSO!!!! There is a recorded video of the entire class showing how I created this beautiful project with complete steps and tips!!!  Check it out below!!!

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Now watch the show!!!

I hope this project inspires you to create with the best Etching product out there!!!!

Your Professional Crafting Educator and Designer Angela Holt

Monday, September 9, 2013

Glass Etched Autumn Vase

I have been working with one of my favorite products, Etchall!!! This stuff is amazing and creates some awesome results. To gear up for the Fall season and to have a fabulous new piece in my home, I created the Vase. I purchased the Vase at Michale's the other day on clearance due to some imperfections of the glass. I thought was a perfe4ct canvas to play with. So here is what I did to create this Vase.

Glass Etched Autumn Vase

I first shopped in the Silhouette Store and found a fabulous file that was perfect for the theme that I wanted to create. The file I chose ( and cut two of) is called "Autumn Leaf Flourish". I placed the vinyl onto the vase and used  my Etchall cream to etch the image on to the vase using the manufactures instructions. 

Once the piece was etched, I wanted to add color to the piece, so I pulled out my Ranger Alcohol inks and painted the inside to bring out the design of the piece. Here are the colors I used
* Latte

 Once the piece was colored on the inside I wanted to add some interest to the piece. So I pulled out my Bling Mesh that was in pink and in using the same colors I inked the mesh to match the piece. 

The finished result was perfect. I then added the trim to the top and bottom of the Vase. 

I finished the piece up with a beautiful bow and added a string of LED Lights to give a warm glowing touch and there you have it!!! An Etched Glass Autumn Vase. 

Please look at the pic SLIDESHOW below for details!!!

Your Professional Crafting Educator
Angela Holt

Thursday, September 5, 2013