As some of you may know, I went to Italy for the launch of the Siser Juliet cutter. I have a ton of pics from my trip, and I wanted a way to display some of those in my craft room.
I’ve had this 24×24 inch window in my stash for quite a while. My neighbor gave it to me when she was cleaning out her shed. She had been holding onto it for years. When she gave it to me, I didn’t know what I was going to do with it, so, it stayed in storage for months.
While going through my blanks, I came across it and instantly knew what I wanted to do.
First, I had to prep the window. I removed all the window hardware, sanded the frame and repainted it with StarCraft Chalk and Mineral Paint in Linen White.
Once the window was prepped and ready, I applied the stencil and etching cream. You can see the whole process, from design creation to final product in the video linked below!
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Etchall Etching Cream: https://etchall.com/store/shop/?aff=27
StarCraft removable vinyl (used for the stencil): https://www.143vinyl.com/home.php?par…
You can see more of my Etchall projects here.
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Siser Juliet and Romeo Creations
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Such a creative idea! It turned out beautifully!