Thursday, October 27, 2011

Altered poison bottles

The new challenge over at STAMPOTIQUE dt challenge blog is given to us by Maria this week.  She wants us to make a "poison bottle" and use a STAMPOTIQUE image for Halloween.
I bought my bottle at the lcs and stamped the "heads" image with black stazon.  The little wood tag was stamped with the skeleton head on the Halloween cube 2.  Then I used some clear glue (use something that will adhear to glass well, i didnt!) and just dripped it on the neck down to hold some beads in gold and black.  The opening is painted with just some gold glass enamel paint.  I weathered the cork with some black ink and put some beads on some corsage pins and just pushed them in.  What about the liquid?? you ask...lol it is my dh's beer with a little red food color!  Check out the other AMAZING creations by the girls over at the blog...they are really really cool!  Remember there is a $30.00 gift at stake from the store to win.  I would also like to enter this in the following two challenges:  "If the shoe fits...scrap it!" = Inspired by Halloween and  Fab N Funky spooky challenge= Hubble bubble toil and trouble!!    TFL :)  

11 comments:

Willy said...

What a super creation, Jane! Love your bottle.

Linda R. said...

How fun and creative.. Looks like your ready for Halloween my friend..

Hugs, Linda

Kaz said...

This is great Jane and well done on getting DH to donate his beer!! x

Basement Stamper said...

Love this bottle and the gunk inside of it is perfect!

Jennifer M. said...

This is super cool Jane! Such a different project. Talk about thinking outside of the box. I love it. It is really creative.

Jen :D

Renkata said...

wow Jane, very spookkyyyyy project.

Linda said...

Oh boy I bet your home is fun on Halloween.
Happy Halloween!
Hugs,
Linda

Dezinaworld said...

wow thats a fantastic creation.
hugs June x

Salamanda's Scrappy Adventures said...

Great and I love that the liquid is beer with red food couring.

Lynn Stevens said...

Such an Awesome bottle, hope you win!
hugs Lynn

ferrellgraph-x said...

Your bottle is amazing! I would not dare drink it for fear of dying! LOL Brilliant!
Kindest regards,
Jennifer