Monday, 8 August 2016

HOPE...a new beginning.

Hello crafty friends..
Welcome to my page today. Today’s altered project is miniatures! I had this set of identical trash with me and thought they had scope to become a decor piece!
Once they hit my craft table and a few hours later, they became THIS.....
I have tried Deco Art chalky paints for glass on these bottles! I love the matt finish and the rest of it was easy.
The lovely floral patterns that I have used in the tissue reminded me of my summer garden in bloom! All fresh and colorful just after a mild shower.
The caps have been altered using air dry clay and to give the feeling of “mushrooms”, have painted them with co coordinating acrylic colors and also polka dots!
The weathered look finally is by dabbing burnt umber and adds that woody look to this project.
Keeping in mind the saying...WHERE THERE ARE FLOWERS, THERE IS HOPE...I die cut these alphabets in chipboard, inked them and had them stand on the lid!
A new day, a new beginning and waking up to “hope” every day! Now that’s quite motivating and a sight to begin the day with!
Hope you liked the new life of these bottles, do let me know.
I would like to take them to the following challenges...
OLLCB- ribbons and bows
Berry71bleu- Summer hideaway
Scrapki-wyzwaniowo- meadow flowers
Until my next creative journey,
Happy crafting and recycling.
Cheers.

















23 comments:

  1. What beautiful altered bottles Rupa. All the different flowers are so pretty. I love the lids too. Thanks so much for joining in with my Hot summer days theme challenge over at Country View. Jane DT xx

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  2. What beautiful altered bottles Rupa. All the different flowers are so pretty. I love the lids too. Thanks so much for joining in with my Hot summer days theme challenge over at Country View. Jane DT xx

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  3. Absolutely gorgeous set of bottles. They would grace any home.
    Yvonne xx

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  4. These are sure to bring cheer and hope to any space Rupa, love the 'hat lids' !!

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  5. These are lovely, what a beautiful set Rupa, and I LOVE those cheery lids. Thanks so much for joining in with our challenge at Country View Crafts. Sue xx

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  6. I think you did a great job on these bottles, they are supercute! Thanks for playing with us at Scrapki-Wyswaniowo !

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  7. Amazing Thanks for playing at scrapki-wyzwaniowo Challenge

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  8. Hi wow these are stunning, thank you for entering them in our challenge here at Berry71Bleu x

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  9. Stunning creations and very effective.
    Thank you for joining us at OLLCB.
    Hugs Julie xxx

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  10. These are so lovely, Rupa. Gorgeous design and vintage effect, a great upcycling! Those paints are wonderful, I agree with you.

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  11. Very beautiful project, Rupa! Your little bottles with their artsy lids are adorable! Thank you for joining us at Country View Challenges this month!
    Hugs Evelyn

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  12. Lovely project thanks for sharing with us at Ooh La La creations
    Alli xx

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  13. Oh wow...you did a superb job with these upcycled bottles! They are just gorgeous and I love the prints you used! ;-) Thanks so much for playing along with Berry71Bleu this month! ;-)

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  14. Amazing bottles!!! Thanks for joining us at Berry71bleu August challenge!

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  15. Wow I love it!!! Thanks to joining our Challenge Marce DT Corrosive Challenge

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  16. Really cool project! Thank you for playing with Berry71Bleu this month!

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  17. So lovely bottles! Thank you for joining us at Scrapki-wyzwaniowo!

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  18. Stunning projects!
    Thank You so much for joining our challenge at Scrapki-wyzwaniowo :-)

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  19. These are just amazing! I have a collection of bottles, liquor boxes and what not but I haven't had the guts to tackle the projects :) I was wondering if you would consider doing a step by step for this project please? Hope you don't mind me asking. I want to know how to achieve the layered, seamless look. I love the flower tissue paper, hope to get some soon. Thanks for sharing/inspiring.

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  20. Beautiful! Thank you for playing along with us at Scrapki-Wyzwaniowo!

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