Post # 1
I came across this idea and just had to share. I have been indecisive about whether I wanted clear glass vases or white ceramic vases for my centerpieces. And then I found this:
Post # 3
Those are really cute. I remeber my grandfather used to collect all of those kinds of bottles. I wish I knew what happened to them after he passed away.
Post # 4
Definitely a cute idea. So simple but so beautiful!
Post # 5
- Wedding: June 2008 - Winery in the Gold Country
So adorable! I love mix and match glass and simple stems. Collecting glass can be a bit pricey though! I wanted to do it for our wedding, but it was so hard to spend a lot of money on glass pieces. Milkglass is sooooo yummy!
Post # 6
I can totally see combining this craft with the ‘turn your wine bottles into vases’ projects some of the bees have been trying!
DIY: How to Turn a Wine Bottle into a Vase or Votive
Post # 7
- Wedding: June 2009 - Red Fish Grill
Be still my heart! Milk glass, poppy, ranunculus and anemone? I’m in love! :o)
Reminds me of something straight from the pages of Real Simple!
Post # 8
Hm, the project link isn’t working for me. Is there an alternate link? Those are super cute! ^_^
Post # 9
you’re right- the link doesn’t work, but if you click the link, it will bring you to the woman’s day website. on the upper right side of the page you can do a search of the site- if you type in "make enamel bottles" you will be brought to the correct location.
Hope this helps!
Post # 10
I don’t know why the link didn’t work. Try this: http://www.womansday.com/enamel
I am going to try it this weekend and I will let you all know how it turns out!
Post # 11
Those are very pretty. I’m actually mixing white ceramic tall vases with squat square clear glass vases for my centerpieces. I am now inclined to throw in some bottles!
Post # 12
I love the orange/red flower… seriously it is so graceful and beautiful. I agree… this looks like something straight out of real simple! gorgeous!