Saturday, November 22, 2014

Recycled Peacock bottle and gift box set

Dear friends

am back after a long time,a quick post to share another painted bottle with all of you....

Decoupage and glass colors
I have used Glass colors and decoupage on the bottle. The peacock design is on both sides of the bottle. I have used water based glass colors by Hobby ideas in  blue and green on the bottle and a teeny- tiny bit of glitter around the decoupaged image. Used two coats of varnish to seal the colors and the image. The gorgeous papers are from Mesmerising India collection by Divya Thallap available with Craftslane. The bottle is a recycled liquor bottle and the box a coffee mug pack. The box is also decoupaged using same collection and I have distressed the edges by using metallic acrylic colors in metallic blue/green shades. 


Decoupage and glass colors


Decoupage and glass colors
The top of the box and two sides have been stencilled using homemade texture paste and fancy Feathers stencil and then painted in blue/ green and a little bit of gold dust powder. This is how it looks with the lights  ...................

Decoupage and glass colors
This gift set is for a dear friend with some more goodies already packed in the recycled box!!

linking to http://lulupu.blogspot.in/2014/11/challenge-42-gift-for-festivals-made.html
http://blog.imaginationsonline.com/2014/11/challenge-5-out-of-box.html
http://anythingbutacard.blogspot.in/
http://beyondgrey.blogspot.com.au/2014/11/bgc63-monochromatic.html......used blue/greens.
http://rheddscreativespirit.blogspot.in/


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

31 comments:

Jay said...

Awesome. Love the color combos done. Can u tell me how to prepare home made texture paste

Anuradha Prem said...

wow...beautiful colour...amazing..

Deb Ochs-LaGrone said...

I am in jaw dropping mode! Love, love, love this set! That bottle is just stunning. I am going to have to check out that paper line cause I've never heard of it before and I adore it! Wow Suman, you really rocked this! Hugs
~Deb~

Sindhu said...

Stunning work! Very beautiful!

Suman Pandit said...

Thank you Jay, here is the homemade texture paste recipe: I use ceramic clay powder mixed with Fevicol MR( any white PVA glue)+ Water in a 1:1:1 ratio. When using as a texture paste with stencils, add white acrylic color too. You can adjust the quantities depending on what you want to use it for. For making embellishments or clay items, you can add more powder to have a dough consistency. For stamping you can have a liquidy texture and add the colour of your choice. The clay mixture works super economic and is good to be used with stamps, stencils or moulds. It keeps well in a tight container in the fridge, air dries quickly and is light-weight. You can do a lot with this , add colors, embed beads, lace,sequins in this and it adheres very well.One word of caution, wash your stamps immediately and well after stamping with the mix. You can see a simple card I made using this and a wooden block printing stamp here http://kalasirjana.blogspot.in/2013/06/neon-card-and-homemade-gesso-tutorial.html

Suman Pandit said...

thank you Anuradha !!

Suman Pandit said...

Thank you so much Deb, added the links now :)

Melissa Latchem said...

That bottle looks amazing! what a fantastic centre piece to a table!!!! Many thanks for joining the Rhedd's Creative Spirit challenge and good luck!!! Melissa (DT)

Dr Sonia S V said...

WOW you are back with a bang Suman...love everything about your new project
Cheers
Dr Sonia
Cards Crafts Kids Projects

Reusing Cards & Quilling said...

Nice to a post from you after long time :) ! The bottle is stunning in day light n looks Awesome with lights .I am in love with the colors and light coming through it.The set looks Beautiful !

Neha said...

Lovely colors & idea of putting light...just awesome!

Radhika said...

Beautiful gift set Suman..love the combo of colors ..:)

Sandra Wright said...

Your altered bottle and box are stunning, the bottle looks beautiful with the light on...love that image of the peacock too.
Please can you link us to your entry so you can be eligible for our challenge...Thanks.
Sandie,owner at http://rheddscreativespirit.blogspot.co.uk/

Rupa S said...

wow! beautiful...so so Indian and ethnic...love the colors here, Suman. It is truly breathtaking with the lights on!

Shilpa Nagaonkar said...

What a wonderful and unique Gift set, Suman. Glass colors look pretty on your bottle. Love your choice of Peacock design...classic!! Its an eye candy to watch in lights
Box is as beautiful as bottle!
Thanks so much for joining us at Lulupu Gift Challenge this fortnight.

Jaya Raghuvanshi said...

Wow! I am totally in love with this altered look! Stunning!
Thank you so much for participating in Lulupu Challebge#42- Gist set challenge!

Catherine said...

Suman ji,

Wonderful set... and great work...Love the color combination. Looks stunning.

Thank you for joining us at the Imaginations Online Challenge with this gorgeous creation.

Hugs
Catherine

Nupur said...

Lovely work! Very artistic and stunning!

- Nupur

Hussena said...

What an unique gifting idea Suman ..Your altered bottle and box look so gorgeous love it to bits :)..Fabulous color too !
Thank you so much for playing along Lulupu challenge #42 and Best of luck :)

Deepti Stephens said...

WOW! How beautiful!! It's too gorgeous!! Thank you so much for joining us at Lulupu. Good luck! :)

Anonymous said...

I have lost my words...just can say woooooow
I m so amazed to see yr creation.I was searching for wooden box for my dinning table n I hv found the way, how to make one...n mk bottle too ..I do canvas painting..but .I need your help, can u please tell me wot u have used as primer on glass bottle...on wooden box u must have used wood primer...pl.pl.help me

Sammy said...

So very pretty. The bottle is such a beautiful colour. Thank you for entering your project at Rhedd’s Creative Spirit. Sammy-x

yyam said...

What a lovely gift set! You do amazing things with bottles my friend!

Suman Pandit said...

You don't need any primer when using glass colors on bottle, and the box is a recycled cardboard box, just used gesso to hide the packaging design and then texture paste and acrylic colors, hope this helps :)

Suman Pandit said...

Thanks Sindhu !!

Dr Sonia S V said...

Back to say hi and your bottle is gorgeous ...cant stop admiring it!!
Cheers
Dr Sonia
Cards Crafts Kids Projects

Kripa Koushik said...

This is simply beautiful. I love the colours and the peacock. Thank you for sharing your creation with us at Lulupu

shreya said...

Beautiful creativity just superb. I wish I could have such creative ideas like you so that the dont have to waste the bottles...thank u for sharing your thought and ideas and making me inspired.

PJ said...

Those bottles are so beautiful !
Thank you so much for playing along with us at BGC :)

UTs Hobby Time said...

Gorgeous work Suman. I love the paper you have used. The color is stunning.

Aneta said...

So stunning and perfectly embelished!
Thank you for playing along at BGC!

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