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mike the plumber
« on: December 18, 2009 06:09:45 PM »

Hi, I'm new here but not to crafting, LOL. My latest thing is etching glass. I tried the cream buy didn't care for the blotchy finish so I built myself a sandblast box, bought a second hand pressure pot and went for it. I can cheat a bit for stencils tho because I have a vinyl cutter. Actually I am still figuring it out but hopefully here are a couple of pictures.

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 and the cancer angels saying which I also made the frame for and am donating it for an auction by the "run for the cure" people
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