This eBook is written by Eric Robert and can be downloaded for free here.
Eric contacted me recently and asked if I would review his eBook. I admire etched glass and have purchased many glasses and dishes over the years. Although I am not a DIYer by any means, I am happy to share my perspective.
It is written in easy to understand language, large print and broken down into three parts. Links are provided for supplies not normally found in craft stores.
Part I explains the various etching types such as cream etching, which is the easiest and uses little in the way of supplies. The cream uses mild chemicals and can be purchased on Amazon.
Part II describes various glass objects in addition to glasses and candy dishes. Glass mugs, cups, mirrors, car window customization and shower doors are just a few. I am sure there are talented tablescapers in Blogland who would like to etch their glassware to match dishes, themes, holidays or seasons. I thought of engraving a family crest or coat of arms onto a glass bowl, or glasses, to give as gifts to family members as well as for your own home.
Part III is the actual etching tutorials and basic steps. Eric outlines what you would expect from each and the level of skill required. There are photos outlining the steps.
In addition to being able to download the eBook for free, Eric is giving away free etching patterns and other videos.
Ladies, you may want your husband to check this out. It is a quick read and filled with all the info you need to get going and start etching.
You can see more of Eric's work on his blog here.
This review was solicited by the author and contains my humble opinion. No compensation received.