I was inspired to decorate my bottle when I saw some cheapo napkins...£1-50, in Wilkos.
First, I cut out the picture of the stag and glued it to the bottle using Claudia Hellmuth Matt medium.
Then I used Frantage aged gold embossing powder and stamps to enhance the back and front, gilding flakes attached onto sticky strips, beaded trim, gems and a few of my bracelets. I just had fun.
There's the back.
And the two of them together.
Love these Hazel very festive. I hope that as you have been crafting means you are feeling better xxReplyDelete
WOW that gold frantage really brings it to life, they both look fabulous, well done for just playing - fantastic xxxReplyDelete
they look great, Hazel!ReplyDelete
Wow Hazel, I love this bottle - that deer is lovely and the gold embossing looks great! Claire XReplyDelete
Wow! Hazel this looks really stunning and beautiful. I love that Monarch of the Glen! And the gold is the perfect touch. xxxReplyDelete
They look fab, Hazel, and I love the Crafty Individuals image on the one behind!ReplyDelete
Two beautiful bottles Hazel, hope they are going to someone who will love them like we all do:-) xxxReplyDelete
Wow! They're terrific!ReplyDelete
They're both beautifully decorated Hazel, those napkins were a great find! xxxReplyDelete
These are wonderful Hazel. Thanks for sharing I'm off now to find some bottles and napkins. Merry Christmas xxxReplyDelete
Ooh, now that's some very cool upcycling - fab! Great to have a chance to catch up a bit - life's been getting in the way far too much (though all in a good way, thankfully).ReplyDelete