Etched Glass

A while back I did this little Etched Glass project with the ‘how to’ from Katie Brown. I really love the way it turned out. It was pretty straight forward, I used etching cream, tape
and large mailbox type stickers to create this look.

With small river rocks at the bottom (allowing for drainage), a good potting mix and some seeds – Dill, Basil, and Italian Flat Leaf Parsley (to be exact), a little indoor herb garden will soon be on it’s way.

On it’s way to a sweet friend who deserved a big thank you.

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Comments

  1. {natalie} says

    that is a great idea. i have been planning a small herb garden in my head for a while now. the glass jars are a great idea.

  2. Mindi says

    reason #452 why i heart kami.

    how is the hi-falutin' living going for you? once you've gone this way, there's NO TURNING BACK……

  3. Tricia says

    So extremely cute – you always amaze me with your talents!

    p.s.
    We think we're the lucky ones!

    *Ü*

  4. Mandy Coffey says

    I love hunting new blogs archives and finding gems like this! I'll be featuring it on my blog 11/12 smallfineprint.blogspot.com

    "Thanks A Dill"! for the idea!

  5. Melanie says

    What a cute gift idea! Now I have another "to do" craft. Thanks for sharing!I found you through Made By You Mondays and am now a follower.

    Melanie
    youmadethat.blogspot.com

  6. Tanya says

    I just bought a bottle of etching cream last week…have been itching (maybe etching? Ha!) to try it out. Your herb pots turned out really cute.

  7. AllieMakes! says

    Oh I LVOE these! Perfectly simple!
    You should come link this up to my weekly Thursday through Sunday Making It With Allie Link Party! I think it would make a Fabulous addition!
    AllieMakes.Blogspot.com

  8. Shanae Branham says

    I am glad I came here! What a great idea! By the way, I have a give away on my blog you might be interested in. triumphandtears.blogspot.com

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