This project is a quick and easy one. I have to say thanks to Jenna of Rain On A Tin Roof for sharing her faux jadeite technique last fall. I have made a couple of glass pieces but this idea came about after drinking some bottled water and then noticing the bottom of the bottle was shaped like a shamrock!
Once the bottle is empty, simple cut the bottom off.
Bottles are made of very thin plastic these days and cutting is very easy.
This is the paint you'll need: Krylon Pistachio in satin.
Just give each bottle end a coat or two and let dry. That's it!
I used these as bowl fillers in an ironstone bowl with moss.
The dried lavendar is from Dreaming In Color that I posted about here.
L-o-v-e the smell of lavender.
This is a super easy project and one that gives beautiful results for such little effort! My kind of project :)
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