I start this post with a saddness for our dear blogging friend Lisca. Her wonderful husband has passed on. Please keep her in your thoughts and prayers.
Today is T-Tuesday hosted by
This is what I have been doing over the weekend. Textured bottles. These are 3" amber bottles with droppers. The texture is layered several times. A base coat of black, a main color and then a highlight color brushed lightly over the texture. I got 4 finished and have more in various stages of drying.
The texture is different on each bottle.
Click on the images to see a close up.
I have very small hands. Gloves, mittens and especially oven mits are always hard to fit for me. However, I found these Cuisinart oven mits. The are short and small. I think I got these at Big Lots. They are perfect for us small girls. LOL
My drink for today is a bottle of water.
Be sure to stop by Elizabeth's and Lisca's
...it hard to beat a drink of water.
What pretty bottles. I love all the texture and how each one is different.
Happy Tea Day,
Beautiful bottles -Christine cmlk79.blogspot.com
I like how you did those bottles
Coffee is on and stay safe
It is so sad about Lisca's husband, isn't it? And your bottles came out amazing. I have some older bottles I should do that to, or something too. Thank you for the inspiration. And I know what you mean about gloves and mitts always being too big. I'll have to keep my eyes open for some of these Cuisinart ones. Have a great T day and week ahead. hugs-Erika
Condolences to your friend Lisca.
Very creative with the bottles!
I made a textured bottle once, a million years ago in school. Yours look fabulous!
Yes, it's really sad about Graham. I feel for Lisca because words just don't seem to have much meaning right now.
I think those bottles are wonderful. I have a couple of those bottles, but they have ink in them. Once they are empty, I might make something, but mine would never look as good as yours.
I've read some reviews on those mitts. They definitely didn't work for most people. I guess they had larger hands than us small gals.
Water is always a great choice. Thanks for sharing it, along with your bottles and mitt with us for T this Tuesday, dear Nicole.
Love those pretty bottles. Let's all say a prayer for Lisca! Hugs, Valerie
Those little bottles are very attractive. You think of everything!
Sad when people have to leave us, always.
What technique did you use? (oh, no, don´t tell, I have enough to do already) ;-) Happy T-Day!
I love the textures on the bottles. ---and now I have a new rabbit-hole to avoid! ha ha
Those bottles are very interesting and unique. And thanks for the hint on the Cuisinart oven mitts, I'm due for some new ones.
This is a wonderful idea for fancying up those little bottles. Cool! Happy T Tuesday
I like the bottles too. I also have small hands and can never find oven mitts.
So sad to hear the news and my heart goes out to Lisca and her family too! Your bottles are amazing, such a wonderful transformation 😊. Take care and sending you Happy T Day wishes! Hugs Jo x
Love the bottles, they look so cool. Happy T Day! Elle/EOTC xx
Well your bottles are spectacular Nicole! What are your plans for them? i like to make lots of stuff but i don't always know what to do with it once i make it. .Happy T day! Hugs! deb
Very pretty bottles. The colors and textures show up so well. Happy T Day
The texture on these bottles is amazing. I always admire your wide range of creativity.
The textures are lovely.
Glad you found mitts that fit.
Sad news about Lisca's loss, Prayers
Adding decorations to those dropper-bottles is really neat.
It’s heartwarming that so many of us are thinking of Lisca.
best… mae at maefood.blogspot.com
Gorgeous and creative bottles ~ you come up with the best ideas ~
So sorry about Elizabeth's husband ~ hard to lose our loved ones ~ especially this time of year ~ Xo
Wishing you good health, laughter and love in your days ~
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
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