Thursday, 10 April 2014

Message in a Bottle





Saw 2 challenges I thought I would combine!
It's With a Song in your Heart at Our Creative Corner and Bottles at Craft Stamper (Take it Make It Challenge).
For the first time I am entering Altered Eclectics.
There is a lot of altered art at Paperartsy so this seems appropriate.

Its the Police - Message in a Bottle - oooh that takes me back!


The message in the bottle left empty for a personal sentiment

My bottle rests on some driftwood - messages in bottles are normally in the sea

Update ..... forgot to say - the bottle is an old soap bottle, painted with Paperartsy chalk paints, stamped with a brick stamp (cant remember make) and then the Clarity stamp edelweiss flower - these were then coloured with wink of stella pens. My butterflies were just punched and coloured with Di's. I added a little frantage emb powder around the top. My sentiment is done on word and printed onto photocopier paper and then distessed.

Thats all for now
Nikki
xx

12 comments:

  1. Such a romantic idea! Thanks for joining in at the Take It, Make It Challenge.

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  2. Great bottle Nikki and I like the driftwood base. Thanks for sharing with us at the Take It Make It Challenge. Elizabeth x

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  3. Yay, love that song! And your bottle looks just brilliant! Beautiful colours and just the perfect kind of shabby delicacy! Wow....it's been some time since this was a No.1 hit in the charts...oh dear ;)
    Thank you so much for joining us at Our Creative Corner!

    Claudia xx

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  4. Nice piece of altered art: original idea! Julie Ann xx

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  5. Beautifully altered bottle, and I love the driftwood base. Thanks so much for joining us at Craft Stamper Take It, Make It Challenge!

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  6. A great altered bottle and clever use of the driftwood. Thanks for joining us at Altered Eclectics.

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  7. Great bottle Nikki, love all the details! Thank you for playing along this month with the Craft Stamper Blog Challenge!

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  8. What a fab idea .... and I remember the song well! Thank you for joining in with the Craft Stamper Blog Challenge ..... good luck! Linda x

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  9. What a fabulous bottle! Thank you for participating in the Craft Stamper challenge!

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  10. Completely brilliant interpretation of the challenge theme, Nikki... your altered bottle is just fabulous, wow! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Our Creative Corner.
    Alison x

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  11. Love it ! I've been hanging on to an old Seagram's bottle, knowing it had potential due to it's woven texture glass but no idea what to make of it. I love this creativity.

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