Spook-tacular Leftovers

Hello to all my crafty friends. Its almost that day, you know when the ghosts and goblins come out to play. I have for you another project I created to decorate my home with. I purchased this bottle as well as long taper candles at $1.00 store earlier this year and knew I would be doing some altering. So here we go.

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Melting the candle over the bottle actually takes me back to my high school days  (yep… in the 70’s) where that technique was really popular. Masking off a portion of the bottle to expose the inside and then dripping my candle over the bottle, I also mixed Art Anthology Mud with some crafting sand for yummy texture and applied randomly to sections of the bottle. Once dry,  I covered it with black gesso. halloween7

The bottle is filled with tiny little bones, and skulls from a necklace (hence …. leftovers). Then it was time to get out my Art Anthology paints . Using Metal Effects in Silver, Velvet Paints  in Limeaid, Mardi Gras & Terracotta I added several coats dry brushing the tops of the wax on the bottle. halloween6

To finish off the bottle, I had these wood tags, stamped “Leftover” in black Stazon and distressed the edges with Distressed Ink in Black Soot. Attached with black hemp cord and some metal keys.

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I hope you enjoyed this Halloween post. Get out those inexpensive candles and do some dripping over some containers. I actually think I’m going to do this for Christmas, thought it would look real pretty as snow and to add some white glitter to the top. Just a thought… give it a try. For your viewing I have included a snapguide tutorial and the list of Art Anthology products used is below.  Happy Crafting !!!

Check out How to Alter a Halloween Bottle by Art Anthology on Snapguide.

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