I added a little extra age to 1800's ledger page fragments with my own antiquing solution, and decoupaged it. This is the back.
I used one of my rusty metal crowns on top. It fits snugly, but, I didn't attach it permanently. It's more of a decorative adornment.
I'm just gonna hibernate, and, create.
See ya soon.
Common Ground: Be Inspired
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Love the altered bottle. I do not know if I could part with my vintage ledger pages. I always have to find a project worthy of them. The crown is the perfect touch!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! I think all of this snow is bringing out the creative genius in everyone.ReplyDelete
It looks great, Rosemary! I love it with the crown and that it is not permanent.ReplyDelete
Your document bottle looks wonderful~~~love the little crown on top!!! Great combination.ReplyDelete
You do great work with your craftiness, Rosemary. I love your old bottle and your crowns are amazing!ReplyDelete
We have more snow coming right now-up to 6" they say. ugh- xo Diana
LOVE the bottle!!! It would be something I would grab right away!!!
More snow!!!! Oh my, it's getting a bit much. Let's hope it will be the last and Spring comes soon!!!
Have a great week!!!
Another fun bottle creation, Rosemary! The crown is, well, the crowning touch! Can't believe that snow, when is spring going to arrive?!ReplyDelete
I love your bottles .ReplyDelete
We had freezing rain this morning till the sun came out at noon slick roads.
If anybody can create baby it's you LOL
I love every bit of this beauty!!ReplyDelete
Rosemary you truly are so amazingly talented!!!
Have a wonderful week
I simply adore your bottle, it's perfect! I must have one of your metal crowns...seriously hope you have some left.ReplyDelete
Love this bottle and that little crown oh my!ReplyDelete
What an impressive and awesome bottle! You are so talented and bet the snow in the background really keeps you busy! Hope you have a great week. Happy I found your blog.ReplyDelete
Hibernate and create! Love that! Your embellished bottle is so pretty.ReplyDelete
Winter hibernate and create just go perfectly together. Lovely altered bottle with crown. Creative Bliss...ReplyDelete
I love the bottle--the crown looks so good on it. Hibernate and create sounds like such a plan--my problem is I have been doing more hibernating than creating! Love my most recent angel with the little crown I got from you :)ReplyDelete
That ledger page really works well as a bottle label! The snow has been falling steadily here for hours. Looks like another snow day for sure.ReplyDelete
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Honey we got more snow too this morning but then it turned into a rainy mess. Bleah! Love your bottle. You aged that paper to perfection!ReplyDelete
Love it Rosemary...every little thing about your bottle all the way up to the pretty crown is just perfect!ReplyDelete
We got more snow too but from what I hear warmer temps are on the way soon!
So pretty Rosemary and I love that little crown. I wish I could be creative right now. I miss it so much and it would take my mind off this horrible weather.ReplyDelete
Very cool label and the crown is the perfect embellishment!ReplyDelete
I really like the bottle, especially with the unattached pretty crown. But then what do you alter that I don't like?!ReplyDelete
Always an inspiring visit to your blog.
We too had snow last night. Seems like a daily event.
What a beautiful and unique looking bottle you created! Sorry to hear that the snow isn't letting up in your area. I couldn't believe it when I read on someone's blog in Texas that their temp was 81 degrees! Gasp!! We're enjoying a nice warmp up here in GA, but not that warm.ReplyDelete
I love your bottle! The crown idea is very inspiring :) Thank you for sharing!ReplyDelete
I love your bottle! I have a few hanging around that would look perfect done up like this. I'll have to decide what paper to use, thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
Did you learn how to make these in the Farrogoz course? Or are you just now taking that course? I am considering enrolling. Do you have any comments or suggestions about that course?ReplyDelete
I love this, Rosemary!!ReplyDelete