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1  Re:Frosted glass -- How to make your own frosted glassware! in Glass Crafts: Completed Projects by snoopendous on: December 12, 2003 04:26:38 PM
i made a few glasses today for xmas gifts for my boyfriend's parents:

i was having trouble with streaking, so i left the cream on for about an hour. no streaks! also, applying it like this helps too: brush on up & down, then left to right, then up & down again, with very thick layers each time!!
i used some holigram-y stickers from michael's. his mom rides horses, so there's horses on hers, and for his dad's i used sharks (because i like sharks). the glasses came from the thrift store.

those look really nice!  I had a problem when I did it the first time because it did not seem to be very etched after I'd left it on for 15 minutes, so I'll take your suggestion of leaving it on for an hour and see how it goes!
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