Etched Ceramic Loaf Pan


Etched Ceramic Loaf Pan from fivelittlechefs.com #glassetching

Remember the Easy Striped Glass Vase? Today I’m sharing something similar. I found these cute mini loaf pans at a craft store. They were a solid red color. I don’t mind the red but it was a little plain. I decided to take some glass etching paint and a stencil and see if I could make it a little more interesting. I chose snowflakes because snow is not as seasonal as a christmas icon.

Materials

Directions

  1. Clean the surface of the mini loaf pan with rubbing alcohol. (as per instructions on the bottle)
  2. Choose your adhesive stencil and place it in your desired location on the mini loaf pan. You may place a few stencils on the pan at once.
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  3. Evenly brush the glass etching cream over each stencil.
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  4. Wait for the recommended time.
  5. Wash off the glass etching cream. Clean the adhesive stencil. Dry the pan and the stencil.
  6. Repeat as many times as needed to achieve your desired look.
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Bake a loaf of bread, wrap it up and it will make a wonderful gift!
Etched Ceramic Loaf Pan from fivelittlechefs.com #glassetching


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I am a mom to Five Little Chefs who love to cook and create anything with their hands. Watching over 10 additional hands keeps me busy but is so much fun! We laugh and cry everyday, but then want to do it again the next day. That is how we know we are enjoying life!

2 Replies to "Etched Ceramic Loaf Pan"

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    Janice October 3, 2014 (9:36 pm)

    So, all the photos/demonstrations I have seen of the etching cream have been white, but mine was also brown like this. Did it effect the color or quality of the etching? Nice idea to use it on ceramic. 🙂

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      Kimberly FiveLittleChefs January 3, 2015 (7:58 am)

      Mine turned out exactly like the other white cream does. I thought the brown was strange too but it worked.

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