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Cape Town, South Africa
Thank you for visiting my personal Blog. I have been making cards and other forms of art work for about 8 years. My creative side only showed itself in my late 30's. I have a passion for anything to do with card making and paper. I enter my own world and never like to follow the rules. I will try anything and everything on my creations, I am crazy about flowers. They hold an innocence which can never be bought. Other interests include....... Parchment, Decoupage, Paint-crackling, Crochet and Knitting. I am a married to a wonderful man who supports me all the way and encourages me in what I love to do. We have been married for 19 years and we have one daughter. She is my world. (A true blessing from God)

Sunday, June 19, 2011

This is a project that I did for a 21st Bithday.

I used a empty Johnny walker bottle covered it with lace and then made all the flower and leaves. Using a strong glue I attached them all to the glass. Use a good glass cleaner like meths to clean the outside of the bottle before you begin.  I took an old key sprayed it silver and attached it. Once my product was complete I used a lacquer spray "gloss" to finish it off. The inside message I used two long sticks and made it into a scroll with a message from the mother I made sure they were long enough so that the message could be taken out of the bottle neck easily.

My submission to the following

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  1. WOW....This is GORGEOUS!!!! Breathtaking!!!!

  2. How very sentimental and inspiring, great addition to our anything but a card challenge at Diva's by Design! Good luck and hope to see you again next time.
    Tammy Louise

  3. WOw this is brillaint and such a lovely keepsake.
    Love Clairebears x

  4. Amazing project and wonderful way to recycle. Thanks for joining us at Delightful Challenges.

  5. Didn't think a Johnny Walker bottle could look so pretty. Great work.


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