Monday, December 9, 2013

Snow Bottles and Jars

It is beginning to look a lot like Christmas around here.
Maybe a little too much like Christmas.  We have snow
on the ground and there is a definite chill in the air.
I spent most of  yesterday creating  Snow Bottles.
Bottles of all sizes and ages.
 Some with a bit of magic
 or dreams of other places.
 Vintage Santa's peeking in windows.
 Bottles holding wishes to be made.
 Vintage bottles and images.
 Even a bottle brush tree.
 Bakelite buttons and brooches adorn the tops.
 A butter knife bent into a bookmark.
 With a soldered charm featuring a vintage
Christmas Stamp.....postage was .06 cents!!!!
 Christmas past and present all off to find homes
elsewhere and to bring someone else a bit of joy.
Speaking of bringing JOY!
I had a nice surprise from Sherry, she sent me
the sweetest sachet.....I knew what it was
as soon as I opened the envelope. 
 The scent of cloves gave it away....
some scents just mean Christmas.
Sherry had the sachet wrapped in this
beautiful tissue paper.
Sherry has a delightful blog that always has something
new and different with each post.  From sewing to drying flowers, even a few posts on fancy cars, Sherry gives us a peek into her world.  Check out the fancy tote bags and elf shoes she made recently!
Thank you Sherry!
Santa has also been busy and one of his elves
Paulette sent me something special in the mail.
Paulette filled a special order for me!  A Christmas
gift that is sure to please one of my daughters.
Paulette creates the most beautiful felt pieces.  Each
item is full of details and exquisite stitching, a work of art you can hold in your hand.  If you are not familiar with Paulette's work, please visit her blog and be prepared
to be inspired.
Thank you Paulette!
Christmas is fast approaching, try to spend some quiet
time remembering all we have to be thankful for. 
Love to all,


Michelle May-The Raspberry Rabbits said...

Your snow bottles make me smile so big! Love them and all the magic they contain.

Vicki Boster said...

Oh Deb- they are gorgeous-- just gorgeous!! So wintery and snowy-- I love everyone of them!! The postage stamp is amazing!!

Loved our special day today and my beautiful beautiful gifts--

Createology said...

Magic contained in glass...your little bottles and jars are wonderful. Vintage butter knife bookmark is fabulous. Love the soldered vintage postage stamp. You have been a busy little elf! I too love what Paulette creates. So happy you like your clove and rose petals sachet. December Delights Dear...

margaret said...

not seen this done to bottles before, very impressed a lovely idea

Judy said...

Hi Deb; and a Merry Christmas to you!!
Love the magic bottles - so full of wishes and surprises.
You made my day....

Dorthe said...

Dear Deb,
here is true christmas spirit ,with your sweet bottles filled with snow, and lovely items.
We do not have any snow yet, and we are not promised any this week!!
Sherry`s beautiful saschet in lace ,is sure to make good memories of summer fragrances.
Sending you a warm hug.

Magpie's Mumblings said...

Lucky recipients to get something made with love by you!

desertskyquilts said...

I never heard of snow bottles before, but they are delightful! It would be hard to choose just one. I love the butter knife bookmark, and I remember that stamp! And when postage was 4 cents. =) Thanks for the links. I'll check them out tomorrow.

Lorraine said...

Something about the smells of the season! Your snow bottles are delightful Deb.

Theresa said...

Love your creations! Enjoy your day my friend, BIG HUGS!

Weekend-Windup said...

Different thought to see bottle decorations for Christmas...

Art and Sand said...

You have been busy.

Everything is so pretty.

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

Your snow bottles are simply magical, dear Deb.
Sending Christmas hugs,

JennyPennyPoppy said...

Wonderful, creative and unique looking bottles Deb! Thank you for all the kind and encouraging comments you've left on my blog this past year. Have a very Merry Christmas. Take care, stay well and all the best to you in 2014!

Rengin Yazitas said...

I loved these magical bottles, great idea, indeed.
Merry Christmas,

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