Repurposed Etched Glass Spice Jars


  • Rubber gloves. Repeat. Better safe than sorry!
  • Armour Etch Glass Etching cream (10 ounces costs approximately $20.00 in our area). Be sure to check your local newspaper or scan the internet for 40-50% off coupons on occasion to save money. Smaller quantities are available, I prefer the larger bottle as I etch quite a bit.
  • Contact / Vinyl / Duct paper
  • Tweezers, pins, or other method of picking up teeny little stickers
  • Stopwatch, timer, or other time-keeping device
  • Soft bristled paint brush
  • Razor blade or X-acto knife
  • Stencils
  • Soap and water
  • Drawings, pictures, letters, etc. (Public libraries are a great, and free, resource!)
  • Lids for bottles – It would be nice if the original lids are available, but you can always use cork, small circles of fabric tied with ribbons, etc. for replacement lids. I look for lids that have rubber gaskets in them to keep my spices fresh.

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