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Tuesday, December 4, 2012

You're Gonna Love it with Kathe Wine bottle centerpiece.

I must admit I saw these maybe, on this blog party. I am not sure. If I did I failed to give credit to whom I got the idea from.
If it was one of your ideas, please let me know so that I can credit you with it.

This is so easy and I love it.

Choose three different shape and sizes of wine bottles and wash and remove labels.

 Spray with primer and allow to dry well.

 Cover with glue, I used Mod Podge, and roll in Epsom Salts.

Where the Epsom Salts appears thinly layered, apply additional glue and sprinkle glitter on.
To glitter or not to glitter is your choice.

Place silver pics in each bottle and arrange on a mirror. 
I put mine in a tray and placed additional Epsom Salts around it and layed more silver pics around it.
This will be my centerpiece on my main dining room table at Christmas.

 I got the soft glow from Winterize on Pic Monkey 
for this photo.

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The Artful Diva said...

I wanted to stop by and and say hi. I've been remiss with my blog hopping - gathering up all my fine junk for a garage sale! Too bad I didn't know about this technique before I sold my old bottles!! Well, a visit to my local liquor store is in order - cheers!

Peg said...

Great table center, and such an easy project!

Vee said...

Oh those came out pretty! They do look'll be able to leave them out until spring.