Hope teaches etching with etchall® as part of her Sip ‘N Sew Tea Parties, where you can learn how to cut stencils with a Brothers Scan ‘N Cut machine. She and her associates travel to sewing stores all across the country, so check to see if she has an event coming up near you!
Longtime friend of etchall® Margie Moon teaches wonderful etching workshops in Scottsdale, Arizona!
Carmen Flores Tanis
Carmen is a mixed media artist and teacher. Her work has been featured in many publications such as Glass Patterns Quarterly Magazine and When Creativity Knocks. She uses etchall® in many of her pieces, including dichroic glasswork.
Roland & Barb Bardelon are a long-time crafters, designers, and friends of etchall®. You can see more from them at robardesigns.com. They can be found at many East Coast tradeshows including the World of Color Expo.
My Paper Craze
Becky Dykes of My Paper Craze is a Silhouette licensed instructor. She teaches how to make etching stencils as part of her Sillouhette classes and has helped shared etchall® with the world in her Silhouette Life Inspiration Box.
Terri teaches how to use Silhouette die-cut machines at her All Things Silhouette Retreat. There you can learn how to cut etching stencils and etching with etchall®.
Rubber Stamp Plantation
The Rubber Stamp Plantation began in 1995 as a small home-based rubber stamp business which has since grown to be one of Hawaii’s largest suppliers of Hawaiian themed arts and craft designs! Owner Deborah Zeleznik is an etchall® teacher who has designed many tropical vinyl stencils for glass etching with etchall® products:
Find these and more for sale on the Rubber Stamp Plantation glass etching stencils page. Remember, etching gives glass the tooth and texture for inking and rubber stamping, so take a look at her rubber stamps as well. See Deb’s photo tutorial on etching with etchall® here. Also check out this video of Deb etching a Santa Honu (turtle) for The Joy of Crafting webseries.
Joe Rotella teaches a variety of craft classes for Create ‘N Craft. Fans of popular movies, games, and tv shows won’t want to miss his etching projects at the GenCon gaming convention!