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Sunday, March 13, 2011

A Diva and a Spring Ensemble

The altered bottle is now finished
and transmogrified into a diva
before my very eyes!

For close up views, you can click on any of the images.

The old postage stamp with the bee on it was a great find
and so fitting for a queen bee type of diva!

I knitted this lace doily for a spring candle mat swap.
For the candles, I used napkin art
and burned the daffodil image from a paper napkin
into the candles with a heat gun.


  • At 11:57 pm, Blogger Lady Euphoria Deathwatch said…

    Much like the 'What-not's' of Victorian times. I like it a lot.

    As for the What-nots: A broken tea pot glued back together and covered in buttons keys and other small oddments, the lid also glued down and covered. Most were painted over in gold paint. (but I like your version better in this.)

    At times they were filled with sand and used as a door stop.

    We would spend hours looking at the bits and bobs as children. Those were times before video games and not every household even had a TV.

    Thank you for the memories.

    Hugs, Euphoria

  • At 10:30 pm, Blogger KnitYoga said…

    That is so interesting about the 'What Nots' I will have to go and have a google now. Thanks for your comment and for telling me about them! :-)

  • At 5:33 pm, Blogger Tiddy and Charlie. said…

    There's such a lot to look at and enjoy onj the bottle. Great fun!


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