7.20.2020

Molten time

It's July and the weather is making things molten 🌋

I've been upcycling bottles for about 15 yrs now - funny how it's become some new and neat thing to do 😅. I've been doing it for what seems like ages!


This square liquor bottle has been transformed into a molten showpiece, using Finnabair's copper crackle paste and 2 waxes. 



Yeah, the pocket watch opens for something different! 



Lots of molten goodness. The coloring looks similar to a copper penny when it's gotten older and a little oxidized.



The chipboard pieces were covered in iron paste - makes them look heavy and sturdy.



Oxidized keys for all those old time pieces...



Depending on how the light hits it and the angle, you either get a more shiny or more oxidized look.





I really love the look of this and that it's square. It's a perfectly masculine decor piece!

I'm entering this at SanDee and Amelie's, Creative Artiste, and Classic Design Challenge!




3 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing in our challenge at https://classicdesignchallenge.blogspot.com/">Classic Design Challenge we really appreciate you joining in
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  2. Cool unlocking of time! Love how the pocketwatch opens, and the wonderful time elements and wonderful textures! So glad you joined us for our steampunk challenge at Sandee and Amelie’s Steampunk Challenges! hugs, Maura

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  3. Fantastic transformation! Every side is eye catching. Thanks for sharing with us at Creative Artiste Mixed media challenge.

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