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Potion Bottle Tutorial


Potion Bottles
Hi everyone, today I thought I would show you a quick easy Halloween craft that was fun to create.  This is how you do it:
Use an unusual bottle.
( I went to the thrift store to find my bottles)
Spray Paint the bottle
(I used a good brand of spray paint, sometimes it is hard to get paint to stick to glass.  You may want to prime the bottle or even use a fine sandpaper to scratch it up first.
Fill the bottle with rice, wheat, sand or something to give it weight.
Glue the top with a super glue of your choice.
Decorate the bottles with ribbon. moss, anything that makes it look old and spooky.
I made labels with my computer using an Old English font.
( Witches Warts, Vampires Blood, Toads Drool, Dragons fire)
You can put the labels on the bottles or make a tag with the labels.
This is such a fun craft for you and your kids to make!

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