Glass Etched Votives for Spring

These Glass Etched Votives were the perfect addition to my mantel!  While preparing my mantel for spring, I decided it needed something a little extra.  And since I’m slightly addicted to the Silhouette vinyl and Armour Etch, I decided to whip up something to fill in the holes!

Glass Etched Votives for Spring at #spring #glassetching


Wanna make your own Glass Etched Votives?

Here’s what you need:

Votives and candles (99 cents each at Michaels)
Armour Etch

Pick out your design in the Silhouette store.  Then create the stencil with the Silhouette vinyl.  Carefully apply to votive, taking extra care to get out all the bubbles and wrinkles otherwise the Armour Etch will bleed.

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Glop on the Armour Etch and let sit for 5 to 10 minutes.
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Rinse off the Armour Etch with warm water and remove stencil.
Glass Etched Votives for Spring at #spring #glassetching
So easy!  I decided to make a set of three!  All of them are slightly different.   I think they turned out darling!
{The pictures would have turned out better if I had a different color votive, but I couldn’t find a purple that I liked!}
Glass Etched Votives for Spring at #spring #glassetching
Have you tried this glass etching stuff yet?  What are you waiting for?
About Jill @ Create.Craft.Love.

Jill Fritz is a full time outside the home working mommy turned craft blogger. She offers craft/DIY tutorials for Pinterest addicts, craft junkies, DIY fanatics and busy mamas. Jill started Create.Craft.Love. as place to showcase her craftiness and to encourage others to do the same. Create.Craft.Love is a place where passion and creativity collide!


  1. Jill- these are super cute! I love the etched look and hope to try that sometime:) Thanks so linking up at Friday Frolic. I am featuring this on FB today!
    Karen@Pocket Full of Pink

  2. Thanks so much for linking up to Blissful and Domestic Sunday Blog Hop. Hope to see you back tonight.

  3. I love this. I need to get a Silhouette. I’m so done with using the old pencil on the paper trick. Thanks for sharing at Whimsy Wednesday at The Ny Melrose Family.

  4. What a great idea–they turned out beautifully!

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