Monday, August 3, 2015

Crafty Secret's Design Team Challenge and Linky Party!

Good morning!  It is the start of a new month and that means it is also time for the Crafty Secret's Challenge and linky party! This month's theme is to create an altered project or home decor piece.  
While cleaning my craft room, I found these cutie pie bottles.
By: Michele Kovack
I thought they would be super cute as a teacher gift filled with candy.
They were easy to make and really didn't take a whole heck of a lot of time! 
By: Michele Kovack
By: Michele Kovack
So here is the scoop on how they were created. 
I printed papers from the Crafty Secret's Sewing Paper collection.  I cut them into one inch strips.
I printed flowers from the Sewing Images and Ephemera collection. They were printed at one inch.
I wanted to "frost" the bottoms of the bottles with glitter.  I "painted" on the glitter using glossy accents and sprinkling it with Tim Holtz Distress glitter.  

I then wrapped the paper around the bottle, added a bit of glue, and secured in place.

I cut my flower, inked the edges, tied some lace, and die cut a few leaves using a Spellbinder die.
They were adhered to the bottle. 
Here is one last look at the finished product. :) 
By: Michele Kovack
For more creative inspiration, be sure to visit the other designer's blogs! 
Have a great day!







8 comments:

Kathy/NorthCarolina said...

I love these so much! They are just the perfect little gift and the frosted bases make me clap my hands with glee. Wonderful tutorial, Michele! Thanks for another fabulous Linky Challenge project! xo

Shantaie said...

I'm in LOVE with your frosted glitter look! so pretty and what a great technique to add to my list of things to try!!!!! LOVE

sanchris said...

Where do you get the bottles -- I would to make some since they are so cute.

Retta said...

These are so cute!! I love the glitter in the bottim and the Crafty Secrets products!! These are simple but really stunning.

Leslie Miller said...

These are so darling with the big button flowers and the glittered lower edge. I really like how that turned out and must remember it. I have some bottles I've been saving. It's like painting with glitter. You're so clever, especially when it comes to glitter!

Sheila Rumney said...

These are so sweet! Love the glitter at the bottom. Thanks for another great tutorial!

Katarzyna Ewa said...

I must try this! Glitter bottom is amazing.

Jill Norwood said...

These are adorable! Love the glitter bottoms!