From a jar to a vase

I’ve dressed up these jar and yogurt pots and planted inside a lentils for Easter natural decoration.

Now the jar is a vase. I like its colors. The chestnut blossom liked them too. πŸ™‚ Together the blossom and the jar are a joyful, pretty spot on the gray urban environment. πŸ™‚

You can take a look at the decorated bottles, that I posted some days before.

With this publication I’m linking to “Dress up a jar” at City Crafter Chalange Blog.

Have a lot of fun, dears and thank you for stopping here!


Happy bottles

The name of this project is quite easy to be understood when you simply see it. πŸ™‚

These bottles are so happy to stay alive and undertake a new adventures instead to go to the trash. πŸ™‚ A simple and important reason for anyone to be happy. Don’t you thing?

The story of the project in brief – I had a client who ordered 6 presents, with the condition that the pieces are similar, but in the same time differ to each other. I had the liberty to decide theΒ  type of pieces and to design the decoration as I like it. (Wish to everybody such a clients πŸ˜€ )

Materials for the project are – 6 empty glass bottles (250ml), paper napkins and glue.

With this post I’ll participate, for the first time in my life, in a contest at Running with scissors.

Wish me luck and happy crafting to you!