Monday, November 26, 2012

Graphics Fairy's Brag Monday


UPDATE:  So, so, so excited!!!!  I posted this little bottle last week for Brag Monday on the Graphics Fairy Blog and woke up this morning to see that it is featured this week!  Thank you, Karen, for your wonderful graphics!  I visit her site every day.  It's seriously awesome!

LAST Monday's Post: I had a busy weekend of creative activities--kinda stylistically all over the place.  Nice to be happy--really comes out in my projects!  I made this little wonderland out of a repurposed spice jar, sprayed the bottom with aqua paint, put 3 ivory sisal trees inside with snow and mica flakes, put the angel images from the Graphics Fairy on the outside with gel medium, and continued the trim-out with vintage elements!  Will have to do some of these for Valentine's day!  Decided to link up with the Graphics Fairy's Brag Monday.  There are many gorgeous projects posted.  Her graphics are wonderful and free!


19 comments:

Cynthia said...

Wow! It's beautiful. I had to come over from Graphics Fairy's website to see this. Love how you used that image. Nice work!

Roisin said...

Gorgeous! Love the serene colors and vintage feel.

sugarpie said...

This is such a lovely perfume bottle! It's so sweet and feminine.
Interesting how you used the gorgeous image from The Graphic Fairy! You have inspired me to get started on a few of my own.
Thanks!
xx Celia

Dewdrop Gardens said...

So beautiful! I love what you've done to it.
Debbie :)

Mimi Mine said...

I popped in from Graphics Fairy. I check her site regularly and I look forward to seeing the things folks have created with the graphics.Love your blog-site. Your little bottle is beautiful.I plan to post a project real soon. I love all manner of transferring images and have been sewing and crocheting, most of my life. I am addicted to almost all forms of crafting and enjoy creating for my home and for friends.Be checking back to see what great ideas you've come up with.

Kristina said...

This is super gorgeous!! I just had to follow you here form GF, to leave you some blog love! I truly love how you did your altered bottle! GREAT job!
Peace,
KristyLee

Kristina said...

Hi me again, I was going to "Follow" your blog however I cant find a follow me button? Do you have one?
Peace,
KristyLee

Laura Turner said...


Thanks for coming on over and posting such nice encouragement!

Laura Turner said...

Thank you! Aqua and salmon are my favorite vintage colors right now.

Laura Turner said...

Thanks so much! Amazing what a lot of junk and a little imagination can become!

Laura Turner said...

Thank you for your nice comments. (I'm addicted to crafting, too!) Please do check back frequently. I will be posting lots of decorating photos and projects.

Laura Turner said...

Thanks for the blog love! You put a smile on my face.

Laura Turner said...

Just added it! Great suggestion!

Laura Turner said...

Thank you! I will soon be posting a salt shaker tree ornament with instructions--pretty easy, but looks hard. So check back next week. Wishing you lots of beautiful and creative ideas!

Barb King said...

Love this, she has such a sweet face, it's magical! Came over from GF. Stop by my blog if you get a chance. I'm following you now, love your covers on Stamper's Sampler!

Tina D. Buenzow said...

I am so mad i just brole a bottle identical to this one! but HL has them so i will pick one up next time i'm there...thanks for the idea...its beautimous!

Laura Turner said...

Yeah, it was love at first sight for me with that graphic and the colors. I definitely will pop on over to your blog. Thanks for the nice comments!

Laura Turner said...

Dangit! At least you hadn't made it and then broken it! :-) I could probably spare one out of my way-too-big collection, but postage would be more than HL! Can't wait until they put in one near me!

Au coeur des petits délices said...

Coucou Laura, it's Séverine! It's very beautiful. Great job , bravo! Bisou de france !!!
(www.aucoeurdespetitsdelices.com)