Today I want to show you some altered bottles that sell very well for me, adorned with coffee stained muslin, old earrings...
these are wine bottles that I filled with some potpourri fragranced with orange and cranberry oil
Some sheet music and the graphics from The Graphics Fairy
More graphics inside and some wheat sprigs. They have been good sellers, so probably I will be making more pretty soon.
Now on to my witchy side.... I love those fabric witch boots that you see all over in magazines and stores in the fall and Halloween season
I had to make my own, these are the first ever made by me (insert proud face right here) I made two.
I didn't want them too plain so.... here comes lace, what witch doesn't like lace....
...fabric rosettes and jewelry?
I decided to call them fancy witch's boots
Are you working on any projects for Halloween yet?
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I had no idea you had a witchy side! But it's very cute! Love the altered bottles!ReplyDelete
I am so pleased that you linked to Potpourri Friday. Your participation certainly makes the party more successful . I appreciate you and hope you will make this one of your regular stops each week!
You should be proud those are fabulous witchy shoes, and how cute to put your music sheet inside the bottle, OH, it gives me an Idea for something I am working on!ReplyDelete
How cute are those witch shoes and bottles!! Great job!!ReplyDelete
I love the bottles, what a nice way to add a decorative touch to so many different areas. And your fancy whitches boots are awesome. You would never guess they were your first.ReplyDelete
All look so great darling !!! nice !!...happy weekend...love from me...xxx..ReplyDelete
Oh I just love those boots..I saw some at Pier One and picked them up to have a closer look...Hahaha...it's nice you could make your own..the price was too high to buy...ReplyDelete
so cute, the bottle are adorable, that boot looks like it might be a little tricky getting that toe to be so curly!! love the lace, rosettes and bling you used. Glad you were finally able to link up! xoxo DebraReplyDelete
those altered wine bottles are adorable but that witchy boot! oh my..wicked!!!ReplyDelete
What fun projects! I love your altered bottles, thanks for the inspiration! And your witches boots are spooktacular:) You've been busy! Enjoy the rest of your weekend:)ReplyDelete
WOW - that is your 'first' try at making those witchy boots!! AWESOME. Absolutely love them. And your altered bottles are wonderful.ReplyDelete
Have a great day.
CUTE! I love those witchy boots. Hope you are having a wonderful weekend.ReplyDelete
Cute idea with the bottles and the boot is darling!ReplyDelete
Well I know what my next project is going to be...Those fancy witch boots are adorable. Great job on them Ido...oh and on the bottles too. Halloween is so much fun.ReplyDelete
Hugs and Kisses,
Halloween is not a big issue in Holland, but the commerce brings more and more Halloween items to Europe.ReplyDelete
And yes you're right, my grey chair corner needs some white pumpkins :-)
We have a lot of pumkins in our country,it's a very popular autumn decoration.
Thank you for visiting my blog! I think horizontal stripes are a trend now, I see them often. Your blog is adorable! And I hope you get to France one day....I had hoped to live in Europe but never did.ReplyDelete
Your bottles are great! No wonder they sell for you. And I love those boots:) I don't know what zone the cabbages are for. I live in Zone 5 and I know that they will not winter over for me. They are just annuals here. I buy them every year because they are so pretty. Especially the ruffly ones:)ReplyDelete
Capers of the vintage vixens
Cute, cute and cute! Love what you've done to the bottles and of course can't get enough of the witches' boots. You're so creative Ido!ReplyDelete
Great creations Ido. I can see why your bottles sell so well.ReplyDelete
The boots are darling!ReplyDelete
Totally love.. love that bottle idea.. :-)ReplyDelete
Oh, your witchy boots are so cute! Now that is getting cooler outside, I'm starting to feel more crafty.ReplyDelete
OMG your fancy witch's boots are so adorable I mean scary. :-)ReplyDelete
You have so many wonderful ideas! I'm going to put your blog in my favorites list so that I don't miss any of your posts! Happy Fall! ♥ReplyDelete