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How To Make Beautiful Vintage Bottles

These vintage bottles would be a cool decoration for your mantel or any other place in your home. The supplies are Martha Stewart pain, bottle caps, Martha Stewart Bakers Twine, Martha Stewart Stencil,Food Coloring, sequins, silk acrylic glazes, glass bottles, Mod Podge Sparkle, Mod Podge Dimensional Magic, Martha Stewart brushes, lace string, buttons, Martha Stewart Foam Pouncer. After mixing some Mod Podge, sparkle with a little bit of food coloring start brushing your Mod Podge on. Take your stencil and put it around my image; lightly pounce your glaze onto the stencil. After you are done with your painting and everything is dry we will start the burning. When you have all of your images on the bottles and they are dry, start to decorate them. Add the lace and wrap some baker’s twine around the neck. Enjoy!

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  1. Marcia Carvalho Says:

    Very nice and easy!!

  2. luz mery quintero perez Says:

    Lindas las ideas y faciles de hacer, que tal la posibilidad de tener traducción en la pagina, mil gracias

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