I used a cherub transfer on this bottle. You can see my altered bottle w/Splendid Blender transfer tutorial here.
After I finished the bottles, I altered this piece.
I used a lace design, the same colors I used here, and spray painted vintage rings. These are the rings that were used for hanging pictures, mirrors, and plaques. Now they are drawer pulls.
Time to get some rest. Finishing up some of my furniture tomorrow.
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What a great style! Hope you link this up at Thrifty Thursday.ReplyDelete
You are such a huge inspiration to me, Rosemary. Thank you for sharing your tutorials. You are so incredibly talented. :)ReplyDelete
Love the bottles they are so pretty im going to have to check out how they are done!ReplyDelete
you are so talented!!!ReplyDelete
love the bottles- have never seen anything like it!
The bottles are gorgeous,love the chest too.ReplyDelete
Wow! Fabulous transformations! The change is amazing! You so talented!ReplyDelete
Rosemary I just love those bottles! That cherub one is my fave! *winks* And girl you are an ugly piece of furniture's best friend! Lol! That little chest is SO MUCH better now!ReplyDelete
BTW you're welcome to come over and have lunch (with wine) in my closet any time *winks* Vanna
Fantastic designs, Rosemary! Do you sleep?ReplyDelete
Rosemary, these are the cutest!! I love your ideas, they are always so cute and inspiring!ReplyDelete
Great job my friend! What a talent!ReplyDelete
Hope to see you on my blog:)
Love the bottles and the little cabinet. Boy, you sure made drab got to fab! What will you come up with next lady? Love it!!ReplyDelete
Love me some cherubs, lol!! Those are seriously too cute. Can't believe the transformation on that once hideous jewelry box.ReplyDelete
Love the bottles - what great gifts for Christmas!ReplyDelete
I think I would have walked right by that little chest in its before state, Rosemary! Beautiful transformation ~ love the colors and the new handles you put on it.ReplyDelete
I was so impressed with your bottle I added you to my blog list.ReplyDelete
I just discovered your beautiful blog this morning! I love these! I just recently tried the blender pen technique on dishtowels.ReplyDelete
I was wondering if you might share where you found your cherub image? It is so sweet! :)
Wishing you a happy one,
Wow! Your bottles are just gorgeous! I love the sweet cherub design. And you would never guess what that wooden chest used to look like. You have taken it from drab to fab!!! I love your idea for the drawer pulls. I always get such inspiration from your gorgeous blog:)ReplyDelete
Ohhhh gosh, I WANT that cherub bottle!!!!!! Do us a favor and open an Etsy shop!!!!!!!ReplyDelete
I really like the little cabinet. This inspires me to work on one I have that is waiting for a makeover. Great idea on using the hangers for little pulls!ReplyDelete
What neat transformations! That drawer piece looks completely different! How pretty it turned out. Thanks for linking to Home Sweet Home!ReplyDelete
those bottle are so nice,.. would love a collection in my bedroom or powder room..or an a shelf in the living room..well, actually any room..they would go well in the dining room too..ReplyDelete
and what a difference with the little storage box..like it soo much better painted..love your designs!!
You finish things so ridiculously fast!! These are awesome :)ReplyDelete
I always enjoy my visits to your blog. These are lovely. I collect angels so the cherubs are my fav. But the little chest is oh so gorgeous too Hugs!ReplyDelete
Rosemary, I am over here looking at your wonderful projects I missed during my break. I think this one is my favorite. I love the lacy little shelves and the bottles. They would be right at home in my house :DReplyDelete
Awesome! Thanks for linking up!ReplyDelete
Great job - would love for you to check me out as well at http://vanessaduranajunkjunkie.blogspot.com/ReplyDelete