Glass Etched Lemonade Pitcher

I’ve been imagining this Glass Etched Lemonade Pitcher in my head for weeks.  I found this awesome glass pitcher at Hobby Lobby – ON CLEARANCE!  I’ve been wanting to glass etch a pitcher for cookouts and such but couldn’t justify spending $25 – $30 on the pitcher.  {Especially since my Little Guy would probably break it anyway!}  So when I spotted this, I knew I could finally do it!

Glass Etched Lemonade Pitcher via createcraftlove.com #glassetching

 Wanna make your own Glass Etched Lemonade Pitcher?

Here’s what you need:
Cameo
Vinyl stencil
Armour Glass Etch
Sponge brush
Glass pitcher

Glass etching is SUPER easy!  I used my Cameo to cut out a vinyl stencil for the pitcher.

My pitcher was 3.5 inches wide by 11 inches tall.  So I made sure to keep the font and picture within those limits.  I chose Bodoni MT for the font.  And the cheery, fresh lemon image is Dear Lizzy Lemons C00023_27175.

Once the vinyl was cut, I carefully removed all the letters and the inside of the lemon with my Silhouette hook.

Carefully, detach the vinyl from the backing and place on the pitcher.  (You can move the “middles” once you have the rest of it well-placed.)

Some of the middles have been replaced and some have not.

Make sure you get all the bubbles out of the vinyl so the Armour Etch doesn’t bleed into areas other than that which you want to stencil.

Glop on the Armour Etch.  I usually let mine sit for about ten minutes after it has been applied.

After it has sat for ten minutes, rinse off the etching cream under warm water.  (It will look like it didn’t work until you take off the stencil.)

Dry thoroughly so the etching shows up well and that’s it!

I took some pictures with lemonade in the pitcher but you couldn’t see the etching.  Looks refreshing though!

Glass Etched Lemonade Pitcher via createcraftlove.com #glassetching
Glass Etched Lemonade Pitcher via createcraftlove.com #glassetching
Glass Etched Lemonade Pitcher via createcraftlove.com #glassetching
Glass Etched Lemonade Pitcher via createcraftlove.com #glassetching

Before you even ask, I do not have a special lemonade recipe.  This is just Crystal Light!!  =)

So what do you do when life hands you lemons?  {wink wink}

Jill
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Comments

  1. That turned out really nice! Great score at Hobby Lobby too. I have never etched anything, but you make it look pretty easy. Yay for Crystal Light too!

  2. Love how you took a rather boring, ho-hum pitcher and made it unique Jill! I think I’d be stenciling & etching everything in my home if I had a Cameo LOL

  3. This is so clever! I absolutely love it…and you have inspired me to attempt etching. I have had it on my crafting to-do list forever! Thanks for sharing!!

  4. This is amazing!! I love the photos and the design you put on the pitcher!! This was genius!!!

  5. I LOVE this! I’ve been wanting to etch glass too! I’m thinking our soap dispenser in the kitchen may get it first :o)

  6. Thanks for linking up at the GFC Blog Hop today!!

  7. Super duper cute!!

  8. wow! I wanna try that! stopping by from the hop and your new follower via GFC. Would love if you can check out and hopefully follow :)my blog!

    That Chief’s First Lady
    http://inhighheelsanddogtags.blogspot.jp/

  9. That is so pretty! I have been wanting to try some etching and your post has convinced me I need to do it soon! Love the way it came out!

  10. Cute pitcher! Saying “Hi!” from the GFC hop! :)

  11. How cool! Thanks for sharing. Just spent a while looking at your blog and love it!

    New follower :)

    The Pretty Pinhead

  12. This is so cute! I tried etching a soap bottle with very little success. After seeing this, I’m going to give it another try.

  13. Hi Jill! Visiting from Happy Hour Projects. I love how your pitcher turned out! I have a cameo and need to try glass etching. Thanks for the simple tutorial. And I didnt even know about the hook! Thats awesome!

    If you get a chance Id love for you to share this at my Friday link party.. it just opened! :)

  14. Glass etching is something I’ve been really wanting to try. This pitcher looks so pretty; great job!

  15. That turned out so pretty! The pitcher was amazing already, but you made it even better!
    I’m hosting a linky party “One Creative Weekend” at OneCreativeMommy.com. I’d love for you to visit and link up this idea and/or anything else you’d like to share.

  16. Fabulous! Thanks so much for linking up at LLR :) hugs, Kelly

  17. Oooooh this turned out so pretty! A glass of lemonade poured out a pretty pitcher like this sounds so yummy right now! :)

  18. I’m so glad you linked this up at One Creative Weekend! I love it!

  19. love it the saying is one that I always cherish

  20. That turned out great. I’ve never tried etching but you’ve got me interested.

  21. I love the stencil that you chose. Funny about the Crystal Light – that’s what I would do too. Turned out really nice – thanks for sharing at our party.

  22. LOVE it! Must say I’ve been admiring pitchers like these for some timee myself, too. Lucky you, finding it for so cheap! That last little touch you did there is so perfect, I love me some lemonade during the summer- ok… all year round really! Etching cream is on my list for next shopping trip!

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