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Welcome! Artfully Musing is a blog dedicated to sharing art and the techniques and products used. I'll be showcasing collage, altered and mixed media art as well as miniature. I hope you'll check back often and are inspired. Thanks for visiting! Laura
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Friday, June 29, 2012

Altered Bottle

The feet on this altered bottle are clear glass drawer knobs.  I used metallic stickers to decorate the bottle.
The brass butterflies are painted with a combination of Ranger Alcohol Inks and Liquid Pearls.  I also added lots of Swarovski Crystals to give the bottle lots of sparkle.
The largest butterfly on the front of the bottle is made by combining several different brass pieces.

14 comments:

johala6@yahoo. said...

Georgeous! This new bottle is absolutly wonderfull!
I see it very well in a victorian bathroom!
kisses

Joanne said...

So gorgeous, the belle of the ball.
Hugs Joanne xx

Redanne said...

Hi Laura, once I picked my chin up off the floor and had a proper look - it is absolutely stunning and that butterfly is just amazing - like your ideas! A x

Barb said...

Truly stunning!

Theresa said...

Love this! I especially love the stickers: what a GREAT idea!!!

cmoh said...

Gorgious! It reminds me of those large skirt womeon used to wear in the time of Marie. Love the butterflies. Gorgious as always!

nelda said...

Wow and wow. The details and overall impact...just stunning!

nelda said...

Wow and wow. The details and overall impact...just stunning!

artistamyjo said...

This looks like a treasure in a Museum some place.
Beautiful. Hugs

Mina said...

Your work is always stunning!

Createology said...

Simply Stunning! Love your altered butterfly so much. Blissful...

La Nonna said...

Un petit joyaux, splendide.

Ally White Cat said...

Stunning...so beautiful..you are my constant muse.
hugs,
susan s.

Anonymous said...

I have never seen such exquisite art (and studio) in my life. Everything you do is a class act and museum quality, ditto. No kidding. This is the first time at your blog and I have had to remind myself to breathe! Thank you so much for sharing your gift with us. Carola