ScotchBlue Painter’s Tape can turn plain glassware into fabulously fun pieces for entertaining!
With some simple tricks and etching cream it was super easy to update some old glassware with permanent designs! Imagine how Goodwill finds or old pieces you might already have can be changed!
Parchment paper and a 1 inch hole punch will make this process so simple!
My super simple trick for making perfect polka dots is to place the ScotchBlue Tape onto a piece of parchment paper. This keeps the tape from sticking in the hole punch.
You will need quite a few circles. I also used the tape that I cut the circles from.
For etched polka dots use the tape that the circles were cut from. For clear polka dots place the circles on the glass.
Follow directions on etching cream bottle to apply creme.
Rinse and you have some fun glassware.
I repeated this process for a water carafe.
Polka dots, stripes or whatever you can imagine can transform your glass tableware and dress up your party! It is the perfect way to craft the perfect party!
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This post is a sponsored collaboration between Skip to my Lou and ScotchBlue™ Painter’s Tape . All ideas and opinions are my own.
These are so fun and festive for a party!!
Etching is so much fun, and easy.
what a cute idea Cindy!! I love how it breathed new life into the glasses!
Wow – that’s such a fun idea Cindy. They turned out great!!
I love this idea! I would have never thought of using the painters tape with parchment paper to punch the circles. Such a great idea. Thanks so much for sharing!
I love this idea!!! How fun!
I love this! I just got some of this etching stuff and I know I have some tape!
These are gorgeous! I love the idea of using the craft punch on the painter’s tape to get your polka dots. Too cute.
This is so easy- thanks for sharing.