Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Day 10- Decorated Candy Bottle



































I wanted to make a fun little bottle to give a gift to a neighbor. This is a quick and easy way to have extra gifts on hand. I used an iced tea bottle, cleaned and rinsed for this project. First use Goo Gone or something like it, to remove the adhesive left from the label and paint the lid with white acrylic paint. I used old sheet music from an antique store, wrapped it with holiday ribbons from Michaels and applied Thickers to the bottle. I also used glittered snowflakes from Michaels to add an extra holiday touch. The final step was filling it with holiday mints!
















This is also a fun project for the kids to take part in. My daughter made this one for her teacher. So, grab those bottles, collect your favorite candy and get Scrappy!


Julie!




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6 Scrappy thoughts:

Erica H said...

Wonderful idea! They both turned out lovely. Great job Debbie!

dianapena8 said...

I have been saving some starbucks frapp jars for a similar project, and I have to say I Love how you decorated yours, going to change my design and copy cat yours :)

Debbie, your jar is very pretty,your teacher is going to love it :)

=Di

Chey can cook! (and more) said...

Great Job!

Pigott Clan said...

I love this idea!! Super cute, and seems easy!

Jean said...

Cute idea!

Michelle said...

Oh my gosh!! Julie!! This is so pretty. And, Debbie.. your teacher will love it!!! You guys are just so good at the altering!!!