Toffee colored satin ribbon tied around a place setting of dishes & Vintage pharmacy bottles embellished with lace, glass glitter and jewels.
Vintage Glass Bottles
Lace-long enough to wrap around bottle
Fine Glitter (I like the Martha Stewart brand sold at Michaels)
Embellishments-Buttons, Jewelry, Fabric or Paper
Tacky White Glue
Clear Spray On Adhesive
Zip Dry Adhesive
1. Wash bottles to remove any dirt or grime and dry.
2. Take lace trim and lightly spritz with water. Apply tacky glue to backside of lace and set aside.
3. Apply a thin layer of tacky glue around the bottle where the lace will be.
4. Wrap the lace around the diameter of the bottle and pat firmly down.
5. Spray clear glue to top edge of bottle and any other area you want glitter added.
6. Sprinkle glitter on the bottle and let dry overnight.
7. Add trim embellishment to the front of the bottle using Zip Dry adhesive to secure in place.
These are one of my signature props for tabletop displays at celebrations and events. They make a beautiful but simple statement when grouped together plus very budget friendly to create!
In other news~
I’m working on planning a WORKSHOP at my farmhouse for CREATIVES. Hopefully the end of November but will update you in a few days with details:)
Welcome to my new refreshed and rebranded Blog! A few weeks ago I decided to do a makeover on my site to better reflect my business, passions and style. I still have some content to add but thought I would go ahead and make it live:) Thank You for being so patient while I upgraded.
I have some really exciting things happening in my life and I can’t wait to share some of those with you. For now I leave you with a montage of photography that pretty much explains why I love what I do~ Blessings, Carol
Hello! Where has the time gone? I could not believe it has been a few weeks since I last blogged on both blogs but here I am back to tell you what I’ve been up to. My camera has been my constant companion the last 5 weeks as I completed some photo shoots for a few publications. I also had the pleasure of collaborating with Matthew Mead for a story that will be in his upcoming Holiday Magazine. Matthew and Jenny Mead are the sweetest and the experience was AMAZING! More details on the article in a few weeks. I snapped this photo at one of our local Antique Shows that we shopped at while the Meads were here in Kansas City. I think Matthew found a few treasures to take back home!
And a photo session with this Darling Family~Bentley’s baby blues just popped against his parents lime green shirts!
I also styled an “I Do BBQ” Engagement Party for my Son and his Sweet Girl:)
The last few weeks have been busy but enjoyable! I saw this quote on Pinterest and I think it speaks volumes~
My hope is each of you are living the life you want by Following Your Own Bliss!
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