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« on: December 13, 2004 09:15:45 AM »

I was so iimpressed by some of glass etching projects and went to check local craft store whether they have etching products. They told me that there is one product from Plaid's and it is call "frost it" since there is no much explain on bottle I bought it anyway and then when I got home I checked the online store and foun out that it is more like a glass paint instead of etching..
http://www.plaidonline.com/productDetail.asp?itemID=222&productName=&Cat1ID=5&Cat2ID=1&Cat3ID=72&brandID=&keywords=&New=False&Closeout=False&page=1

I didnt try it yet and I am afraid if I draw a design it will have paint srokes on it so maybe the better thing is stamp it..
did you ever use that product and do you have any picture of finished project with frost it?
help and suggestions please...
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