Sunday, March 11, 2012

Show Your Bottles

Hey everyone, hope you all are having a great weekend! I finally had a chance to play in the craft room for awhile today. I have been wanting to try Wendy Vecchi's http://studio490art.blogspot.com Faux Crazed Glass technique for a while now. Also, over on Simon Says Stamp and Show blog http://simonsaysstampandshow.blogspot.com the theme is Show your bottles, so I thought a perfect chance to try the technique out. I love it!!
We've had this bottle at work and I have eyed it several times thinking I could do something with it, and with Tim's www.timholtz.typepad.com online class coming up Creative Chemistry, I had an idea! That bottle came home with me on Fri. So here is what I created with it using Wendy's Faux Crazed Glass technique, thank you Wendy!


Close up of Faux Crazed Glass




The rose was done using a technique I learned in one of Tim's classes last summer Faux Porcelain Rose. Love it!!


So my photography isn't the best again, but it turned out pretty cool. I had a lot of fun with this one!!

Have a good one!

Donna

7 comments:

  1. Really cool altered (already altered) bottle!! haha I love how you've crackled that weird shaped bottle and colored it! I love all of your Ideaology embellishments, your faux porcelain rose (cool technique, huh?) and the vials with the "Wendy" inspired flowers. Very neat project! Thanks for sharing it with all of us at Simon Says Stamp and Show. <3 Candy

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  2. For real?!?!?! This is too cool, Donna! Love every single thing about it, especially the teeny bottles with grunge flowers stuck on the pins.

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  3. What a great altered bottle and vignette! Love that technique. Thanks for joining the challenge at Simon Says Stamp & Show.

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  4. LOL! Tim looks really cool that way...What a wonderful project Donna! LOVE it!

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  5. I adore your bottle....great effect.....awesome wonderful in fact it is brilliant

    kaz x x

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  6. This piece is so eye catching and I love your use of the crown over the framed photo ~ great use of depth.
    ♥Sharon

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  7. Fabulous!!! Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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