Happy Saturday, everyone! Today I'd like to share what I made with one of the GSL Art Doll Nichos - a little shrine dedicated to happy hour.
The shrine comes in three pieces; the doll's body, a round disk for her head and an easily folded box. When I was studying this piece to see how it spoke to me I noticed the doll's body is shaped like a bottle and the idea took off from there. I set aside the round disk for a future project then cut a small calendar image to fit the interior of the nicho.
It was glued in place and the interior got a wash of white acrylic paint mixed with water.
The paper I chose for the bottle is from BoBunny's Weekend Market Collection. I simply traced around the chipboard bottle and cut the paper to size.
Since the name of this little shrine is 'It's Five O'Clock Somewhere', I knew I needed a clock for the front. I used a metal clock face with a glittery brad for the center. After searching my stash for clock hands that would fit, I realized the legs of the brad would be perfect and were going to have to be removed for this project anyway. I snipped them off and glued them in place.
Here are the components, including some Architextures Found Glass Bottle stickers.
I glued the nicho to the back of the piece and found a nice piece of gray ribbon to use for the bottle top, which was wrapped around and glued in place.
The only thing remaining was a tiny cocktail. I rimmed a miniature martini glass with some fine crystal glitter. While the glue was drying, I cut a small section from a polymer cane lime slice and mixed just enough Ice Resin with a dot of red oil paint, poured it into the glass and secured the lime on the rim.
It came out pretty dang cute!
Thanks for stopping by!
Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Products Used
Other Products Used
BoBunny Weekend Market Collection
Canvas Corp Brands Architextures Findings - Found Glass Bottles Collection
White acrylic paint
Tim Holtz metal clock face
Polymer cane slice
Fine crystal glitter