Sunday, September 16, 2012

The Angel Fades

I've been fading images on bottles all weekend.



In addition to my faded rose bottles,



I'm fading angels as well.



It looks cool from the back too.






For those of you who asked, my show at The Arboretum is next weekend.  I've just been super busy this weekend with orders, redesigning, and shopping at a village wide garage sale. I'll be back to show you some of my finds.

28 comments:

  1. Rosemary,
    Have fun treasure hunting! Can't wait to see what you find!
    xx
    Anne

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  2. They are just beautiful Rosemary!! I bought some liquid silver leaf tonight because of you! Could you do this technique to say a dollar store glass candle cup? I would love to see a tealight inside and see what the design looks like lit up! Hope you're having a great weekend...hugs and love, Dawn

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  3. Rosemary, they are all so beautiful.I hope you have a very successful show.

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  4. Now you know how much I LOVE cherubs!! Soooo cool Rosemary! And I can't wait to see what you score at the garage sale! *winks* Vanna

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  5. Oh, Rosemary! This little angel image is so sweet! I love the way it looks on the bottle! Very creative idea! Hugs, Leena

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  6. Those are looking really great! You could do some cool Halloween ones--they have a cool, almost erie feel about them. Love them!

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  7. Angels should have this wispy ethereal look you gave to them.

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  8. I love the angel, Rosemary! I don't know how you do it. I feel like I've got a hundred things going through my mind for the holiday market. I hope you have great weather for this next show. We seem to have cooled down a bit here now, which makes it very pleasant to be outside.

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  9. That is so beautiful Rosemary! Is it going in your Etsy shop?

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  10. I haven't tried dressing up bottles yet and it's a the top of the 'give 'er a try list'. These are so pretty! ~ Maureen

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  11. You have done a beautiful job with the bottles. I love how you adding your beautiful touch to them!

    Take care,
    Sue

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  12. These are absolutely gorgeous! Wonderful eye candy.

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  13. You are ONE creative lady!

    Your work is beautiful.

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  14. Rosemary, these bottles are simply gorgeous! I stumbled on your blog through Katie's Rose Cottage and am so glad I did. I have looked through most of your blog and plan on checking the rest out RIGHT NOW! You are such an inspiration and would love to visit your shop and probably buy it all! Would love to have you stop by and enter my "Paris Monday's" monthly drawing or just say hi! xoxo's Pam

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  15. These are gorgeous, Rosemary. Truly beautiful. I bet you will sell out of these. Good luck with your show.

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  16. Rosemary that is beautiful work from a beautiful lady. Thank you for sharing. Blessings, Lynda

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  17. I love this look and you do it so well. The bottles really look like they had just come out from hiding away many,many years!

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  18. They are so beautiful Rosemary. As usual you have inspired me. Won't you share with my readers at Totally Transformed Tuesday? I'd be honored to have you. http://pjhdesignsoneofakind.blogspot.com :-) Peggy

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  19. Wow.. Love the fading image. It looks magical. How do you do that? It isn't easy paining in glass.
    Interactive Presentation

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  20. LOVE THESE!!! I am so far behind seeing all my blogger friends....

    off to see more. always love it here. =)

    barb

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  21. Rosemary, the bottles are sweet. So different and romantic.

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