Sunday, May 27, 2012

More Bottle Play

Remember when I said I never do the same thing twice? I've been working on variations to my "Silvered Bottles".






I wanted these bottles to have more depth and personality.  So, I went a little further with the additives.




A little more rust, paint, this and that.  The mad scientist continues to brew.  I added the green patina.




I'm having fun with these.




See ya soon.


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27 comments:

Kris said...

I like the green you added. I bet blue would also look cool!

Linda said...

Very pretty....You are such a mad scientist and your work is always lovely.

Nancy said...

Love it!! I bought my Silver Leaf yesterday, such a tiny bottle! And I am going to play tomorrow with all my bottles. I know my husband is waiting to see what I am going to do, I asked him for a small dish of Rust!

Have a wonderful day!!
Huggs, Nancy

Amanda said...

Very cool, Rosemary! Love the green! Thank you for the inspiration!
Best wishes and blessings,
Amanda

Katie @ Wildwood Creek said...

Love the green patina!

Connie said...

Beautiful bottles. I didn't know how much rust I had 'till I started looking around at my stuff lol...Connie

Heart Vintage Design said...

The green is my favorite but I love all of your stuff : )

Shirley@Housepitality Designs said...

They look fantastic...you are like the Emeril of making gorgeous silvered bottles...A little bit of this, and a little bit of that, and BAM!!!.....a gorgeous bottle!

Lauren @ My Wonderfully Made said...

Just when you thought it could not possibly get any better . . . you make it happen!

pink*cherub*moon said...

Beautiful! The depth and color variations are fabulous! You're so clever! Hugs, Leena

Olive Cooper said...

I have a certain attraction to madness you know. When I worked as a psych nurse our desk had a sign over it that read "Normal People Scare Me." Hugs, olive

Anne said...

These are gorgeous Rosemary.
Anne

andrea@townandprairie said...

Too cute! Love your little bottles. Where o where are you finding them all??

Pamela said...

Rosemary those are so pretty!!

Addicted2HomeDecor said...

Your bottles look fantastic. I just had someone ask my about my mercury glass project and sent her to you ~ she wants to add color and I thought she would really like what you've done! Beautiful job! ~ Judy

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Jessica @ Stay at Home-ista said...

So pretty. Sometimes projects just ask to be messed with/adjusted/re-tried/revamped... I totally get it.

Jessica
stayathomeista.com

Sherry said...

Wonderful job Rosemary, especially the green patina!

Kelly said...

They are really looking great! This would be a fun project to do with kids I bet. Think of all the possibilities and the help you could get! Ha!

Karen said...

They are beautiful, and once again you have sparked my imagination. I think I need to try something like this.

tattered elegance said...

o wow! these are soooo cool! I want one!!!

Korrie Bastian said...

These are AMAZING! Love the addition of the green.

Wild Oak Designs said...

I am saving up bottles now....I did a couple for my blog and mentioned you...now I need silver leaf (I had used silver paint) Yours are wonderful...
Nancy

Curtains in My Tree said...

Girl you are having fun and you are such a genious

Tammy Partin Spangler said...

Wow, I love them! The green you added looks great!

Daniela @Frugal Aint Cheap said...

did you paint the outside or the inside of the bottles? Love how they came out!

Stevie from GardenTherapy.ca said...

very pretty