Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Glass and Metal....

Hello friends

here's another bottle up-cycled by using homemade texture paste, stencils and some handmade bottle cap embellishments.I have used acrylic colors in Black, Burnt Sienna and Metallic blue to give a faux metallic patina effect on the bottle.
Glass and Metal Upcycled bottle



another angle, see the texture on the sides....

Glass and Metal Upcycled bottle ,side view
The bottle caps have been flattened using a hammer and sequins, chunky glitter and bling added with crackle accents. You can also see my bottle cap windchimes here for more details. 

Glass and Metal Upcycled bottle , back side
Used Tim Holtz Shatter stencil on front and back and Moroccan Tiles stencil by Crafters Workshop on the sides of the bottle(all supplies from Imaginations
Glass and Metal Upcycled bottle , click on the pic for instructions.

Hope you like this ....
linking to   Gloria designs challenge

Please do leave your comments. I would love to read what you say and I would love to visit your blog too !!

22 comments:

  1. This is simply stunning. I love the patina you achieved! Also love the bottle caps you added. Thanks for joining us at Craft Hoarders Anonymous!

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  2. Love the patina!! Thanks for joining us at Craft Hoarders Anonymous!

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  3. Very nice!! Love the textures! Thanks for joining us at Craft Hoarders Anonymous!!

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  4. Wow ! Awesome Patina effect Suman..I loved these bottles..very innovative use of bottle caps too :D !

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  5. Such a great creation!! Thank you so much for sharing with us at Craft Hoarders!

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  6. You are amazing Suman! I love this faux patina. The Shatter stencil was a fantastic addition to your bottle. Your bottle cap embellishments are so fun. Thanks for joining the Paper Wings Productions challenge! :)

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  7. Suman, that shatter stencil on the back of the bottle is Genius! LOVE this creation! THX for playing with us in the eclectic Paperie ePlay Stencil Challenge!

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  8. Fabulous altered bottle...thanks for sharing with us on the Craft Hoarders Anonymous Challenge Blog.

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  9. This altered bottle is wonderful. Looks like it just came out of an ancient trunk on a Roman galley ship. The texture is out of this world! Thanks for joining us at Craft Hoarders Anonymous!

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  10. Awesome. Love the texture and metal. Very cool up cycle.
    Thanks for sharing with us at Craft Hoarders Anon :)

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  11. This is just awesome! I have never tried to alter a bottle but you have inspired me to give it a try! Thanks for playing along with the Craft Hoarders!

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  12. Oh that well dressed bottle! Those textures and colors are absolutely scrumptious. I've never even thought of flattening bottle caps. (Thanks. Now I have more items to hoard.) I'm so glad you shared this project for the metal and glass challenge. It's a stand out!

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  13. Very nice and cleaver. Thanks for joining us at Craft Hoarders Anonymous!

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  14. Nice project, love all the distressing and textures. Thanks for joining us at Craft Hoarders Anonymous!

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  15. That just looks awesome. What an awesome way to alter something that would ordinarily go into the trash. Love that patina look. Thanks so much for playing along with us in our May ePlay Challenge.

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  16. This is super cool. I have never done this before....and now I want to try! Thanks for joining us at Craft Hoarders Anonymous!

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  17. Great home decor. :D I like how you decorated the bottle caps.
    Thanks for joining us at All Crafts Challenge.
    Deborah ACC DT

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  18. This is a great take on the Metal or Glass Challenge at Craft Hoarders Anonymous Challenge Blog. Thanks so much for playing along! Hugs from Ginny at Polly's Paper Studio!

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  19. Fabulous altered bottle ! The stencilling looks amazing ! Thanks for joining us at eclectic Paperie. Sue C x

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  20. This looks amazing! I really love the crackle effect here!

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  21. Beautifully textured bottle, Suman, especially love the colors on it.

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  22. Oh my! The textures here are amazing Suman!

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