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Get my FREE etched casserole dish designs at A year ago I taught you how to etch glass the easy way using a vinyl stencil and some etching cream, and using this technique, you can personalize nearly any glass, including wine glasses, coasters, and decorative glass plaques. It's really quite easy! But what if you want to etch glass BAKEWARE, like a Pyrex casserole dish? Can you do it and still put food in it? Oh yes, you can -- and I'm going to show you how to do etched casserole dishes in this tutorial!I appreciate every subscriber. It's free and easy to subscribe -- just click here: MATERIALS LIST (contains my affiliate links): * Armour Etch - * Pyrex casserole dish - * Permanent Vinyl - * Transfer Tape - * Masking Tape - * A way to cut the project (I used the amazing Cricut -- see ) * My free SVG cut file (available in my free resource library at )Now, glass etching is nothing more than roughening up the surface of the glass in specific areas to create a design. You can do it in a bunch of different ways, but the easiest way is do it chemically using an etching cream. You can literally just paint the etching cream on your glass, wait a bit, and rinse it off, but it's much more effective and attractive to create and apply a vinyl stencil and THEN put the etching cream on, and that's the technique I am teaching you today.So for this tutorial, you'll want a glass casserole dish, or really any glass bakeware will do. I've heard reports that older Pyrex casserole dishes, like those made before 1998, were made of a different type of glass (called borosilicate) that is harder to etch. But all the Pyrex casserole dishes sold in the U.S. since then etch just as well as any other sort of glass. So don't worry too much about this unless you're using a pretty ancient casserole dish. For this tutorial, I am using a two quart 7" x 11" Pyrex oblong baking dish that I bought from Amazon -- links to everything in this tutorial are in the video's description.You also need some permanent adhesive vinyl and a way to cut your stencil from it, such as a Cricut cutting machine. I recommend permanent vinyl over removable vinyl because it will form a tighter seal, and thus a better and clearer etched design.And, of course, you need the etching cream itself! I use Armor Etch glass etching cream and it works great. You don't need much either, so a little goes a long ways.Other useful things to have when etching your glass bakeware include transfer tape for getting your stencil onto your bakeware, alcohol to clean your glass surface before applying the stencil, masking tape to make sure you don't etch outside your design, and tools like a paintbrush, a weeding tool, and a scraping tool.And a word about safety -- be sure to read the instructions on the back of your etching cream bottle, especially the safety precautions and what to do if get some cream on you. You should be fine if you wear gloves, an apron, and eye protection while you're working with the etching cream.Now, the key to etching glass casserole dishes and any other glass that will come into contact with food is to put the etching on the OUTSIDE of the glass, so that means either on the dish's underside or outer sides. This allows you to cook food in the bakeware normally without any harm to the etching. In the process of etching, a very thin layer of glass is removed and that area becomes susceptible to staining from food. But if you keep the etching on the OUTSIDE, it pretty much never touches the food and stays looking great. And I will show you how to apply your stencil to the underside of your dish so your design shows through properly!#cricut #cricutmade #designspace ============Follow me at:Blog: Facebook Page: Facebook Group: Instagram: Pinterest: Please subscribe to my channel at for more video tutorials to craft a live you love!Credits:Introduction: PixelBytes (my child!)Music: Cute by Bensound (licensed, royalty and copyright free)Videography: Jennifer Marx on a Panasonic Lumix FZ-1000 DSLR 4K cameraDesign: A Jennifer Maker original!

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