Sunday, December 12, 2010

Etched Cookie Jar

I wanted to personalize a Christmas gift for someone special this year. I found a great glass canister and thought it would make a terrific personalized cookie jar.
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So here is what I started with.
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Here is a sample cut before I cut the adhesive paper.
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Again, I used my etching cream, and $1 adhesive vinyl shelf paper for the stencil.  Apply the etching cream on designated spots and leave for 10 minutes.  Rinse off, or as a reader mentioned in my previous post, you can scrape it off save it and use it again.  Good tip!
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After the initial etching I etched a few little flower touches here and there.Etched Cookie Jar 029a
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I filled the jar with a variety of delicious individually wrapped Italian Biscotti.
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Now since Angela reads my blog every day, she will surely see her Christmas Present early.
Merry Christmas Ang, I couldn’t ask for a better co-worker!
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On a side note, I am very pleased to announce that Online Degrees has compiled a list of the Top 50 DIY Craft Blogs for University and College students looking for ideas for gifts on a budget.
I am proud to be included in the top 50.
Check out the site, there are 49 other sites worthy of a look!
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24 comments:

  1. That's really cute, Lisa! I've never worked with etching cream, but I'm going to have to get some. You've done some fun things with it.

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  2. Oh I love this a lot! Very pretty and fun to make it so personal!

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  3. Very beautiful. I would like to know how you cut out the letters on the vinyl? They look so perfect. Did you use an exacto knife?

    Linda

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  4. Hi Linda
    Had you asked me that a month ago I would have told you I did exactly that... used an exacto knife, but I have since bought myself a Cricut and I can't tell you how much easier all these projects have become!
    Thanks for visiting,
    Lisa

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  5. to my very artistic friend - despite how long i've known you, and how very talented i know you to be, you still never fail to amaze me with each and every project you take on, from one spectrum to another...keep creating girl...have a great day...your constant follower...the 'aged' one...lol

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  6. This turned out great! Love the font and end result -just fabulous. :)

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  7. What a fun gift! I bet Angela will be thrilled with it. I admire how you are always tackling learning a new project. I love this cookie jar. So creative, personalized made with love and filled with delicious biscotti. What could be better!

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  8. This is awesome! A great gift idea. I have been too timid to try etching cream, but now I think I have to!

    Will you come see my blog?

    www.uvinyl.blogspot.com

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  9. it's the gift that keeps on giving, she can use the container for other goodies too, longer after the biscotties are gone. :)

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  10. I love glass etching!! The only reason I have kept my cricut is for doing these type projects. I love my cricut but I just cannot get into scrapbooking. I also made your mason jar tealights. Turned out cute. Thanks for the idea and keep sharing you adventures ...love it!!
    Vanessa

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  11. So cute!

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  12. What a great hostess gift! Very cute!

    I'm hosting a week of Christmas linky events with 4 other bloggers. Hope you can stop by and check it out!

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  13. Lisa that is fabulous! You have such great ideas...your friend is going to adore it. Happy Holidays to you and your family!

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  14. Anela is one lucky girl!! She is going to love this! I LOVE it!

    So cute!

    Merry Christmas!

    Lou Cinda

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  15. I don't know why etching cream scares me... I need to just get over it so I can create a GORGEOUS jar like you! Very nice!

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  17. Hi there! You are super crafty, I love so much of your blog. Your etched, glass, the bookcase, your kitchen redo.

    I'm following you now! Please visit me too if you get some time.

    Take Care!
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  18. This is such cute and THRIFTY idea...thanks for sharing it. Merry Christmas!

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  19. I linked to you tonight! Thanks sooooo much for the great idea!

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  20. I'm having a love/hate relationship with your blog. I LOVE your style and projects - I HATE it that I want to look at every single one of your posts - LOL - I'm afraid I might miss something, but in the process my family is missing laundry, meals, etc. Thank you so much for your tutorials and for sharing!!!!

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