EgressEtch Glass Etching Stencils, Supplies, and Instruction


Etched Glassware Photo Gallery


       We at Egress Etch are inspired by the lovely ways our customers use glass etching to create special gifts for family and friends! Here are a few ideas they -- and we -- would like to share with you!

       Please click on any image for a larger view and explanation of materials and stencils used.

Friendship Quilt custom-etched jars
"Friendship Quilt" Custom-etched Recycled Jars
Etched donation jars are created from recycled applesauce jars using Egress Etch custom-cut stencils.
Unique Donation Jars From Custom-Etched Recycled Applesauce Jars
Personalized candy jars made from recycled canning jars and etched with stencils and supplies from Egress Etch.
Great Gifts From Custom-Etched Recycled Jars
Custom etched glasses and carafe as anniversary gifts
Custom-Etched Anniversary Glasses & Carafe
Celtic Knot wedding goblet
Celtic Knot Wedding Goblet
Custom etched plate anniversary gift
Custom-Etched Anniversary Tray
Square bottle etched with shell stencilSquare bottle etched with seahorse pattern.
Etched Square Bottle Party Favor
Custom etched pub or pint glass
Custom-Etched Pint/Pub Glass
Chemical etched ceramic mug using Egress Etch stencils and etching cream
Cream Etched Ceramic Mug
Three decorative ceramic tiles sand blasted using Egress Etch stencils.
Three Decorative Sand Blasted Ceramic Tiles
Monogramed wine glasses
Monogramed Wine Glasses

       We hope to bring you more photos and ideas soon! Meanwhile, if you've etched a project using Egress Etch stencils and materials, we would love to hear from you. If you have good, clear photos of your project, we might like to show them off on this website!


Please remember: Due to the necessity of a very tight seal between stencil and glass surface, Egress Etch stencils are made from adhesive backed vinyl and are SINGLE USE only.



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