Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Faded Rose

One thing leads to another.  It happens often with me.

I was making gift tags using the images of some of my vintage postcards, when I had an idea.

I love the roses on the "Remember Me" tag.  So, I decided to transfer it to one of my vintage bottles.

I used the same basic technique I used in my "Transferring Images To Bottles"  post.

I love the faded look I achieved.

I know, I'm all over the place.  Industrial, shabby....whatever.  That's how I roll.

On to the next.  See ya soon.

Sharing With:
Savvy Southern Style: Wow Us Wednesdays
Faded Charm: White Wednesday


  1. Yes and that's why we love you girl!!! The ghostly image is just beautiful ~ what a great idea Rosemary! I love it so ~ hope you are doing so good, hugs and love, Dawn

  2. That looks so beautiful--I love how you can just barely see it. Gorgeous!

  3. I really like how that looks.... is there any technique you don't know? Amazing... Ciao for now...

  4. Absolutely beautiful Rosemary!
    You are amazing!

    Deborah xo

  5. So pretty Rosemary. Looks like a timeless treasure.

  6. Wow, it looks like a really old and faded bottle now, Rosemary! Such a soft and romantic look to it!

  7. Rosemary, this is beautiful! Love the faded look; so romantic and looks time-worn. Have a fab day.


  8. I love love love this, Rosemary! ♥

    xoxo laurie

  9. That is so pretty. You come up with the best ideas!

  10. Gorgeous again.....just keep Rollin'!!!

  11. Oh,I just love the aged and vintage look of these rose bottles! Gotta try...Gotta try!

  12. Rosemary, I don't know how I missed this tutorial. I've been wracking my brain trying to figure out how you obtained this beautiful look. Thanks so much for sharing your knowlege. The faded images are amazing!


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