12 Days of Christmas Contest - Day 2

Friday, December 2, 2011




Welcome to the Oh My Crafts 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway Contests!

Starting December 1st we are giving away a gift everyday (for the next 12 days)! If you want to know what it is all about sign up for our emails or follow the contest and giveaways here on our blog or on our Facebook page! All information will be fed to you through these routes for the next 12 days. Just another way we wanted to say thank you to our wonderful friends and customers
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Today's Contest:
 
Take a look at the 12 Days and Ways of Gift Giving posts here on the Oh My Crafts blog. Leave a comment on this post about a new technique you learned that was used on one of the projects. What would you use this technique to create?

All the projects are listed below. Click on each link to view the post:

Day 12: Christmas Lotion Boxes

2 Winners will be randomly selected to win a bottle of Armour Etch + a Vinyl Sampler Pack!

Armour Etch is a fast acting specially formulated glass etching compound that lets you create permanent etched designs on windows, mirrors and household glassware. Create your own custom glass etching stencil or use one of our pre-cut stencils. This unique glass etching system enables anyone to personalize and decorate glass or mirrors in minutes with no previous experience.

Contest Starts: December 2st, 2011 @ 12:01 AM MST
Contest Ends: December 2st, 2011 @ 11:59 PM
MST

All the contest winners for the 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways will be post on December 12th.

 
Good luck and happy crafting!

41 comments:

Colleen said...

Have never done glass etching but have always wanted to try it.
ColleenB.

Jean said...

I love the soap dispenser idea!! You could do that for every holiday through the year. Very cute!!

Dianna said...

I would use the glass etching tutorial to make my own ornaments with images or things written on it!

Jingle said...

I really like the etched mug. I haven't tried this, but I would love to! So many possibilities!

DesperateAngel16 said...

I have never done glass etching, but have always wanted to try! I would love to make some cute etched glasses for the holidays!

Alli said...

I agree with a lot of the others. The glass etching is such a cool technique! I would want to use it to make a cool picture frame for my parents.

Jayme said...

I etched some beautiful plates for Christmas presents.

Amanda said...

I like the multicolour misting. I will have to give that a try on some cards and tags :)

Cherie said...

I love the DVD with candy pocket! Super cute and a great way to make those every day kind of gifts a little more special! :)

gmeguia said...

Wow. Glass etching looks so easy now that uou've demonstrated. Something I'd love to try

Carmen said...

I have just recently learned to make gift boxes. I plan to use these for my homemade caramels this year

Heather said...

I love the misting technique and am super excited to try it on scrapbook pages...in fact just ordered my mists! I can't wait!

fusiafscrapping said...

DVD Gift Wrap with Candy Pocket - this got to be it! Wonderful idea for movie-maniacs & gourmands in one :)

DeniseP said...

I loved day 12! I still haven't looked at everything, but that one by far meets my needs for a few gifts this year!

SharonCallisCrafts said...

Really want to etch some small glasses to hold tea lights

SoMd Cricut Fan said...

My gifts to my family is personalized glass etching...I love armor etch ! When my niece got married this year she had a lot of glass vases that I managed to get ahold of for this exact project...so it's double special. I can't wait to see the look on her face when she gets her gift and realizes where the glass came from. I hope I don't run out of armor etch !

Crafting Butterfly Creations said...

I would use the glass etching technic to make mugs for all my aunts for Christmas.

sue said...

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Anonymous said...

Since seeing your Milk for Santa mug... I've been going crazy with glass etching!! The things you can do with etching creme & Vinyl!!! I've made beautiful cookie plates with nativity scenes... I've made glass mugs w/ my family's names on them and mirrors and frames!!! It's WONDERFUL!!! I've got almost all of my family covered for gifts!!! But now I need to restock on etching creme & vinyl! Thank you thank you thank you!!! Angel Williams

PAT said...

Oh My...I love the etching tutorials. Thinking of all the possibilities!!! I've always wanted to try this after seeing all the great projects on-line.

JAS6078 said...

I like the soap dispenser's stamping on clear plastic technique. I have 500 sheets of 11x14 transparency film (cousin's employer gave their surplus away after changing their copier/printer). Now I have at least one project in which to put the sheets to good use! I plan to decorate soap and hand sanitizers for teacher gifts, baby shower gift,or even going-away-to-college gift baskets!

MsDebren said...

Wow, i did this glass etching stuff 40 years ago for my 4-H project on coke glasses, too funny, i forgot all about it. Thanks for sparking my inspiration again !!!

Jamie-Lynn said...

My favourite technique that I learned was putting the stamps on acetate and then putting them in clear bottles to customize them :)

Bunnyfreak said...

I learned that archival ink is waterproof and want to try the soap dispenser.

Amery said...

Love the gift boxes. Great for wedding favours.

Debi_Omnistitch said...

I love the glass etching technique and would love to use it to do a hot cocoa mug for my grand daughter. I love it. thank you for the tutorial

SandyP said...

I love Day 10: Holiday Tissue Boxes
...but I'd love to do this technique on wood or papier mache boxes so, I can reuse them each year.

Nanette said...

I would like to try the etching. I would probably go crazy etching all the glass surfaces in the house with decorative swirls, flowers etc.! lol

Linh C. said...

I really like the glass etching technique.

Cindy said...

All of the ideas on the blog are fun, but I think I would like to do the Christmas tissue boxes. And then I would use the sparkle vinyl to embellish other things in my office and make them festive. Love it!!

Jamie said...

i donno how to do glass etching (milk glass for santa) but have been wanting to try for awhile.. id do all sorts of things from jars to plates to cups etc.. thanks for all the great ideas and the chance to win!
-jamie
babyblueangel_30@yahoo.com

Rebecca W said...

I learned about glass etching. I would use it to make designs on casserole dishes and pie plates so people could have a surprise as they take things out.

love2scrap said...

I really liked the "Milk for Santa" glass etching. I didn't realize it was so easy! And the tip about the hook was great. I would love to do this for teacher gifts this year!

Kathryn said...

I would love to try the glass etching because I think I would be able to make great glasses for a friend who is getting married. :) Thanks for sharing these great ideas and clear tutorials.

Scrappingmamma's Crafty Creations said...

Id love to try the glas etching, but im going to make the popcorn holder today ~! it looks like such a cute gift idea
scrappingmamma~
http://www.scrappingmamma.net

anotherid4me said...

the glass etching caught my eye & would love to try it!

Donna @ Loopy Loop Creations said...

LOVE the soap dispenser idea and am going to be copying it for gifts! Thanks for putting all of this together. All of the ideas are great!

Martha galvez said...

I just love your Day 9- DVD Cover with pocket! Think I will do this for my older children. Great ideas, love thme all TFS!
Martha G.

Joan V said...

Oh, the soap dispenser is so awesome. It could be made for any occasion. Haven't done it yet, but it is on my list.

Sherry said...

I did glass etching on my Mother - in - laws breafast table and she just loved it. Her friends were so impressed and I was even offered a job. As long as you follow the directions and pay attention to detail it can be an easy and gratifyingly mpressive work. This was even MY first experience and I was impressed!! It was fun too! I highly reccommend try it!!

Smiles, Laurie said...

I loved the idea of the etched glasses, too. I thought it would be great to make some glass coasters as gifts, or little square magnets with etched designs on thme! I've never worked with the cream before. I love all the vinyl projects.

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