Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Bottled Up no more!

Altered bottles absolutely fascinate me. Empty ones call to me for the possibilities of what interesting treasures or messages they can store. I have been storing up the inspiration for a looooong time until I couldn't stand it any more. Last night at the kids' bedtime, I suddenly decided the time was right to alter a tag (intended for a bottle) and that led to a bottle itself. I started the tag, then had to bide my time down in the living room, waiting for the kids to fall asleep (it almost killed me) so I could creep back upstairs and work under the small light of my desk lamp, stamping embellishing, rummaging and hoping my rustlings wouldn't wake the sleeping angels in their rooms off my studio.
Success! The first tag was too big, but it might fit another bottle or project. I am very happy with the one bottle I completed. Can't wait to do more! A dusty box full of them wait for me on our back porch. Oh, the possibilities! (rubbing hands together in delicious anticipation!)


Donna said...

I am SO glad you're safe!!!! And I'm glad you sneaked back up stairs!!LOL The bottle is Wonderful and worth it!! hughugs

Stampin' D'Amour said...

This Altered bottle is just FABULOUS!! I love anything ALtered! Thank you for the inspiration! :0)


Beth said...

HOW FUN and beautiful !

Wouldn't an alterd bottle party be soooo fun ?
Kind of like the altered books, but with the bottles instead !?

I'd come for sure if you were hosting !!

and what would I fill my bottle with ?

I'll have to think about that one for a little bit !!!

ShabbyInTheCity said...

Nothing like waking up a sleeping child to end the fun LOL!
I am also a bottle embellishing nut...mine are whiskey ones! If you do a search at the top of my blog you should find mine.

Ooo yeah an altered bottle party!!

Linda said...

I love altered bottles, too. I've never done are always so ahead of me. ha!

dogfaeriex5 said...

darling, just darling!
i am good friends with laura and beth..2 creative genius'...

Carmen said...

I love the bottle!

Thrifty Miss Priss said...

I love altered bottles! I'm on the lookout for some myself! You did a fabulous job!