I really wanted to update our glass table top aka our study table for quite some time now.
It was just a simple plain glass table top on some very simple basic legs.
The legs of the table were from Ikea called Lerberg.
It just needed a lil something, a lil happiness just something to brighten it up.
Nothing over the top so I thought why not try to Etch the Glass.
Materials Needed for the Project
So the first plan of attack was to spray the dark gray legs completely Gold.
It needed two coats to give it complete coverage.
While that was drying I moved onto the Glass Top.
I wanted some clean cut Geometric Lines.
With my masking tape I went in with this pattern.
It took me quite some time to get everything equal and precise.
But it was well worth it in the end.
But when I started the etching process I realized I didn’t order enough and had to move onto Plan B which was to Etch only the sides of the Tables.
I used DecoArts Easy Etch Cream and it definitely lives up to its name.
I did not realize etching could be this Easy! Seriously!
You just apply cream where you want the etching to be and let it sit for almost 15 minutes.
After that scoop up all the cream and re-use it on the other side.
That is the best part about this product that you can re-use this cream as much as you want or put it back in the bottle and it will give the same results every SINGLE time.
Swipe with a clean cloth when you have finished and Voila you’re all Done.
I like how this table has some character now even though it is really minimal.
What do you guys think?
If you guys want to see how I created the Artwork on the table check out my Tribal Art Canvas post.
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