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December 27, 2012

Lighted Glass Block

Hey Everyone,
LisaB from Rather B Scrappin

This month I wanted to share an easy project. I did a Christmas design but you can use this for a birthday party or even a nightlight for your children. 

Start with a glass block. I got mine at Hobby Lobby. This is the small of the 2 they sale. 

I used Armour Etch to give the glass a frosted look. I etched both sides.

Not sure if this picture does it justice but it has a nice frosted look

I then cut out my saying with vinyl. I peeled off the top layer, leaving the saying on the backing.

I use contact paper as my transfer tape to add it to the glass block. 

I put small mini lights in the bottom of the glass block.

Here it is all lit up. 

I tried to get a good picture with it the lights off

I hope I was able to inspire you today! Thanks for stopping by and checking out the Bugbytes
Until next time!


Karon said...

Gorgeous - love the sentiment font and that tree is wonderful. TFS

Charlotte C said...

Beautiful. I've got to get me some vinyl and start doing things with it. TFS.

Connie Eyberg Originals said...

This looks like such a fun project and I love the sentiment!

Jeannie said...

This is one of my favorite sayings! You did a really nice job on this block. I have to say that etching cream scares me, but I love the look of it! Congrats on a beautiful project.

papillon digital design said...

Love it. What a great idea for table decoration and for gifts. Thanks for sharing

TheTulipCollector said...

This is so beautiful! I love the sparkly look.

Michelle said...

Great job :)

Anonymous said...

I really love this. I have never doing etching and would love to do this. Some questions for this beginner: Is there somehow I can download the saying, tree and star from your site? If not what font did you sure? Do you have a special printer to print on vinyl? Where do you get the vinyl? Thank Lori.

Anonymous said...

I got so excited and put a vinyl cutout on a block...but I don't like the clear look and want to make it frosted...can I used this AFTER I put the vinyl on the block does anyone know?

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