Hey, y'all! I feel like I've experimented with a lot of different crafting techniques, but I'm always interested in new crafting experiments. One thing I've never done before is to engrave glass. I mean, just the thought of trying to engrave something that can break so easily is a little intimidating. I recently received a Dremel® Micro™8050, which can cut, carve, engrave, sand, grind, sharpen, clean and polish. Of course, I just had to use the tool to try out engraving glass. I was able to easily I create a cute Rudolph candle holder utilizing my new tool.
- Dremel® Micro™8050 --The tool comes with different accessories. You need to attach the engraving accessory.
- Glass Candle Holder
- Small Printed Deer Silhouette Image
- Red Rhinestone
- Super Glue
The Micro 8050 made creating this project so easy! You can buy your own online or in stores at Home Depot and Lowe’s or at Amazon.com for $89 USD. And for more information on Dremel products, project ideas and problem-solving tips, visit www.dremel.com.
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