Witch's Potions

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Hello all!  I haven't exactly been able to keep up with my posts or crafts as I had hoped.  So much going on even with a newly empty nest.  The hubs and I have been working on the house and yard so my creative endeavors have been elsewhere the past couple of months.   However, it has gotten me more in the mood to create, re-create, re-decorate and re-furbish on all levels.  To see what I have been up to, you can check out my newest blog Restoring My Soul where I plan to document and share all my redecorating/recycling/refurbishing ideas and projects.

Now on to my paper crafting!  I went a little more out with my Halloween decorating this year, decorating inside with a creepie/Dr. Frankenstein kind of mode.  I found these little bottles at Michaels and with the use of alcohol inks, DP and stamps, turned them into "potion bottles".  I placed a couple drops of alcohol ink inside each bottle and then rolled the ink around and upside down to cover most of the bottle.  I had to play with the inks a bit to get the look I wanted.  Then, using my emboss dryer, I dried the ink a little more since some of the ink tended to pool in the bottom.  I Modgepodged the labels onto the outside of the bottles.  I really like the way they turned out.

Stamps:  'Phantom 24" by Pinkpaislee
Paper: Oct 31 DP by Fancypantsdesign.com
Ink: Staz On Jet Black; Cranberry, Caramel, and Stream alcohol inks, Tim Holtz.
Extras:  Decorative bottles with cork; Spellbinders Shapeabilities and Nestabilities for labels; Modge Podge.


All Sorts - Halloween
Cropstop - Halloween
Just Us Girls -  Halloween template/3D
Stampin' For The Weekend - Spooky


Vicki said...

These are so cool! Thanks for playing along with our CropStop Halloween Challenge!

Katie said...

What a fantastic idea for halloween decorations! Thank you for joining us at Crop Stop Challenge Blog!

Veronica said...

Those are really awesome.
Thank you for joining us at CropStop Challenge Blog

Kathryn B said...

Oh My! What a fun idea using the inks to decorate the insides like this! Love the potions you've created using this technique and the decorated tags are so spooky!
Thanks so much for sharing this and playing along with Just Us Girls this week!

Fleur said...

WOW, what a fantastic idea. These really are great.
Thank you so much for entering my Halloween challenge at ALLSORTS this week, good luck & hope you’ll join us again!
Hugz Fleur xXx

Lynn said...

What a great way to use your distress inks. These potion bottles are so creative!

Maria Levine said...

Great idea! These came out really cool! Thanks so much for playing along with Jugs this week!

CropStop said...

Happy Halloween! Your project does a fantastic job of highlighting the joys and colors of this very special holiday--Spooktacular!!! Thanks for sharing this with us on the CropStop Challenge.

Dalis said...

these are wicked cool!

Thanks for playing with us at CropStop's Blog Challenge!

-- dalis

Vicki Dutcher said...

These are fabulous! I love the end result~ Thanks for playing with us over at JUGS.

Suzie McFloozy said...

Great project so very fun x
Thanks for playing along with us at stampin' for the weekend & good luck x
((hugs)) Suzie xoxo

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