How To Make Miniature Potion Bottles For Your Dollhouse Witch or Wizard
Quick and easy project!
Every miniature witch and wizard needs bottles for their potions.
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Cork paper with adhesive backing (I got mine at the scrapbook store)
10 Small wood beads
Printable labels (provided)
Cut cork paper into 10 small strips, about 1 1/4 inch long and 1/4 inch wide.
Eyeball it if you have too, this will fit into the hole on the wooden bead.
Carefully peel the backing off of each strip.
Gently roll the strip onto it's own adhesive
Roll to the end of strip and now you have a small cork stopper. Trim end if neccessary.
Place stopper into one end of a small bead and gently adjust to fit.
Right click on the graphic and print lables
Glue labels to beads, let dry and brush with a little amber gallery glass if you want them to look aged.
Now fill your shelves with the wicked potions!
Use a variety of beads for different looks!
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anonymous on January 29, 2013:
Thank you, this willbe very useful for my home shadow boxes! I just love it, you are very ingenious!
gemjane on August 06, 2012:
This is wonderful! Very cute! What a find for someone who is making Halloween or Witch or Wizard or Harry Potter stuff!
Evelyn from Pennsylvania on July 11, 2011:
Great tutorial. Now I can use up those leftover wood beads. Your site is one of my new favorites. I'll be back!
anonymous on June 03, 2011:
This is fabulous!! I am new to the miniature making world and am learning fast from wonderful people like you who share their creativeness :D THANK YOU!!!!!
lemonsqueezy lm on April 01, 2011:
MiniMaker (author) on February 15, 2011:
@indigoj: Thanks so much, I have a lot more tutorials to add!
Indigo Janson from UK on February 15, 2011:
Wonderful, thank you for showing us how it's done and sharing your own labels. I love the finished result! I hope you'll make more of these tutorials.
anonymous on February 10, 2011:
Thank you so much for sharing this great idea!
MiniMaker (author) on February 01, 2011:
@anonymous: Thank you!
anonymous on January 22, 2011:
Very clever, love the idea!