Simple Glass Bottle Projects

July 11th, 2010 in member junk     
LuAnn LuAnn, member
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Had seen projects like this before (I believe in a previous JMS book) but I added a little extras.  All items were found at various places (ES, FM, GS, etc).  The wooden pieces are from an old barrel that the straps fell off.  The first one I added cup hooks to hang keys on.  The second I added a vintage bird cage feed holder to use for change or whatever.  More bottles, wood pieces, clamps left to build more. 


posted in: member junk, vintage, wood, eclectic, funky, whimsical, kitchen, entry, key holder

Comments (9)

LloydsLandingofSears writes: These are my kinds of projects :) Simple, but fresh and easy to go anywhere for nearly anyone. Nice job! ~Mary~ Posted: 12:23 am on October 16th
rummageruthie writes: What a neat idea! Love it!! Posted: 10:06 am on July 23rd
alicemom writes: LuAnn, That is just a great and simple, useful, darling piece!
smiles, alice Posted: 11:30 pm on July 16th
LuAnn writes: Thanks everyone for the great comments. These were fun to make. I'll be making more but dressing them up a little!

LuAnn Posted: 6:06 pm on July 12th
emw1203 writes: I love the old bottles. My husband has an extensive collection and I like to collect the medicine bottles. This is such a decorative way to display the bottles. Very creative and now will have to buy those bird cage holders. Thanks for sharing. Posted: 9:37 am on July 12th
JunkArchitect writes: Like junkermidge said, great for keys. You could also stick rolled up notes in the top so no one misses them.

Jim
Posted: 9:07 am on July 12th
oldnews writes: Fun! Love these, and such a great way to put some of that great "stuff" to good use! Marie Posted: 11:51 pm on July 11th
BillyJo writes: Sweet idea. I have a small collection that needs your touch! BillyJo Posted: 11:01 pm on July 11th
junkermidge writes: What a great piece for by a back door for keys, etc. I love that all the parts are found parts -- great use for those barrel slats! Way to go, LuAnn!
Midge Posted: 8:54 pm on July 11th
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