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Cheers Etched Wine Bottle

Personalize a wine bottle for simple and easy gift giving this holiday season! FolkArt Etching Cream is perfect for a last minute gift idea.

At a Glance:

Project #16704 Skill Level: Intermediate

This project features these great brands:

supplies

Plaid Supplies

FolkArt ® Glass Etching Cream™, 5.96 oz. - 49932E

Number Needed: 1 $16.99
Item not for sale on Plaid Online.

Folkart ® Brush Sets - Artist Variety Set, 10 pc. - 50536

Number Needed: 1 $8.99
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Other Supplies

  • Bold printout of the word “CHEERS”
  • Masking take
  • Scotch tape
  • Craft knife
  • Scissors
  • Rubbing Alcohol

instructions

  1. Clean bottle with rubbing alcohol to remove any oils or dirt.
  2.  Place enough masking tape onto bottle so that the word “CHEERS” will fit within the tape.
  3. Trim down CHEERS from the printout to fit onto the tape.  Tape it into place with the scotch tape.
  4. Use the craft knife to begin cutting out the letters.  Make sure the knife is going all the way through the paper and the masking tape.
  5. Remove the letters from the masking tape.
  6. Apply the etching cream with a brush.  Be generous with the cream.  Make sure all the letters are completely covered. 
  7. Let cream set for 15 minutes. 
  8. Wash off cream completely and remove tape.

resources

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Brush Stroke Basics: Round Brush Techniques pt. 2, Left & Right Comma Strokes

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Brush Stroke Basics: Round Brush Techniques pt. 3, Left & Right S-Strokes

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The round brush “S Stroke,” one of the fundamental brush strokes, is important to learn and is ideal when painting anything from leaves to decorative borders.

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Anatomy of the FolkArt Select Firm Bristle Paintbrush

Anatomy of the FolkArt Select Firm Bristle Paintbrush

Learn more about the FolkArt Select Firm Bristle Paintbrush set by reading this guide.

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Related FAQs

Proper cleaning and care makes brushes last longer and perform better. Wood and paper are hardest on brushes and will tend to make your brushes wear faster.
  1. Thoroughly rinse the brush with water, using the grid at the bottom on the Brush Basin®.
  2. Squeeze Brush Plus® brush cleaner or FolkArt® Brush Cleaner & Conditioner into the bristles and work it in with your fingers all the way to the ferrule. Rinse with water. Repeat if needed.
  3. After you have cleaned your brushes, use Brush Plus or FolkArt® Brush Cleaner & Conditioner to resize them. Work it in back and forth to get enough cleaner into the bristles to reshape them.
  4. Pull the bristles between your fingers to re-shape a chisel. With a flat brush you may need to do this a couple of times for the medium to start to set up.
  5. Make sure that your bristles are not touching a surface when drying.
  6. Store brushes with bristles upright in a cup or brush caddy.
Here are some other tips for making your brushes last longer.
  • Don't allow paint to dry in your brush.
  • As you paint, occasionally rinse the bristles with water.
  • Store brushes in the Brush Basin® or in a container that allows brushes to retain their form and be separated from each other.
Proper cleaning and care of brushes will not only make them last longer but also make them perform as they were designed to perform.
  1. Thoroughly clean the brush with water using the grid in the bottom of the Brush Basin®.
  2. Squeeze a small amount of Brush Plus Cleaner & Conditioner onto your brush.
  3. Place the brush scrubber in the palm of your hand, choose the correct height of scrubber teeth for your brush, then move the brush back and forth under the running water until the water runs clear.
  4. After cleaning, apply a small amount of Brush Plus Cleaner & Conditioner and reshape using your thumb and forefinger. Store with bristles upright in a cup or brush caddy.
More brush tips:
  • Do not allow paint to dry in the brush.
  • As you paint, rinse bristles out occasionally with water.
  • Store the brush upright in the Brush Basin® or in a container that will allow the brushes to retain their form and to be separate from one another.
Yes, it is advisable to clean your paintbrush when changing colors as well as after each painting session.
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