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DIY Cookies For Santa Glass Etched Plate

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Create with Me Glass Etched Plate Gift Idea Our Crafty Mom

It’s time for another Create with Me challenge! Last month you voted for us to use glass etching cream in this month’s challenge. Can’t wait to see what the other bloggers come up with!

I just happened to have a bottle of Armour Etch which you can find here:

With the Holiday season rapidly approaching, I am always thinking of projects that can be used in gift giving. This project is perfect for that. Now, I am also conscious to stay within budget. The Dollar Tree is a great place for crafters. You can take the ordinary and make it extraordinary. Let me show you how easy it is to create a beautiful gift that the recipient will love!

$1 Craft Supplies at Dollar Tree!
I picked up a glass plate and mug at The Dollar Tree. With all the house parties coming up, I never show up empty handed. It is either a bottle of wine or a baked good. For this project I decided to use the plate to bring dessert to the hostess. The Plate can be kept as a hostess gift! As a few of the houses I will be visiting this year have little kids, I thought it would be fun to make a Cookies For Santa plate.  We all know Santa can’t have cookies without milk, so I also created a Milk for Santa mug!

Supplies

Glass Mug & Plate

Armour Etching Cream

Stencil

Sponge or brush

DIY Cookies For Santa Glass Etched Plate Our Crafty Mom

I followed the directions pretty much to a T on the bottle, however, I did leave the cream on for 20 minutes, rather than 10.

DIY Cookies For Santa Glass Etched Plate Our Crafty Mom

I used my Cricut Explore Air for the stencils. One of the many things I love about owning a Cricut is I can create stencils in no time with any words I want. It saves so much money in the long run as a crafter.

DIY Cookies For Santa Etched Glass Plate Our Crafty Mom

I am so pleased with how these came out and will definitely be making a couple more sets for gift giving. Now strictly for photo purposes only ?  I had to bake some cookies. Here it is all set up for Santa:

DIY Cookies For Santa Etched Glass Plate Our Crafty Mom

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Now it’s time to check out the other amazing etched glass projects!

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Christmas Centerpiece – Love Create Celebrate
Numbered Vases – My Life From Home
Etched Glass Mug – Our Crafty Mom
Thanksgiving Etched Glass Mirror – Knock It Off Kim
Etched Vase – Little Bits of Home
Song Lyric Artwork – Refresh Living

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Kim

Wednesday 2nd of November 2016

So adorable, Michelle! And an absolutely great gift idea!

ourcraftymom

Saturday 5th of November 2016

Thanks so much Kim. What a fun challenge!

Jenny @ Refresh Living

Wednesday 2nd of November 2016

What a cute idea! I've been meaning to make a special plate for Santa's cookies for a couple of years, and this would be a great way to do it!!

ourcraftymom

Saturday 5th of November 2016

Thanks so much Jenny! I'm definitely going to make a couple of sets for gifts!

Samantha

Tuesday 1st of November 2016

This is such a cute idea! My kids would LOVE this! Great job!

Lindi

Tuesday 1st of November 2016

SUCH a cute Christmas idea! We always leave stuff out for Santa :)

Amy @ My Life From Home

Tuesday 1st of November 2016

Very cute! I love that it's personalized and can be used each holiday as a tradition.