Saturday, 14 March 2015

Polymer Clay Wine Bottle "Spring Blossoms"

I've been busy working on spring projects. I have made a few of this idea on vase, canvass and reclaimed wood. I thought I should do it in wine bottle. This bottle calls for spring. Spring is here. 
I enjoyed working on wine bottle. I love what I can do with it. 
I used white and red clay to create a light pink color. The textured layer on the bottle is made out of scrap clays I have from  my previous project and I finished it with Pearl ex powder.  It's a beautiful bottle. 
Materials used in this project:
Empty wine bottle
Premo clays (white, red, burnt umber, blue granite)
Pearl ex powder (antique gold, bronze, micro pearl & pink)
Texture sheet (sand by makin's)
Clay tools



I created the flower slightly larger than my previous work and finished it with pearl ex.  Leaves are stamp with rubber stamp to create the impression. 


I used the makin's sand texture sheet for the background and finished it with gold and bronze. 
It created a nice contrast. I love how it looks. 


Trunk and branches are sculpted using umber burnt premo clay. 
I designed it spreading the front of the bottle. It really turned out well. 
It is just exactly what I imagined it to be. 


This bottle is cured at 275 C for 55 minutes in the oven.
I sealed it with PYM II.
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Friday, 13 March 2015

Wine Bottle with Polymer Clay "Antique Gold"

I love the texture of this bottle.  It is also inspired by my previous bottle Magic in a Bottle & Pure Elegance. The clay used in this bottle are premo black, burnt umber & copper. I combined black and copper clay for the top part of the bottle. It was a great combination. My intention was to create something vintage.  The shape of the bottle is narrow and long. I thought, adding a handle on the side completes the look of the bottle. This bottle does not have elaborate details but using the textured sheet creates a beautiful & easy project. 
Materials used in this project:
Empty wine bottle
Premo Clays (black, burnt umber & copper)
Gilders paste (antique gold)
Pearl ex (gold)
Clay tools


Here's a closer look of the texture. I rubbed gilders paste antique gold and german silver after the bottle was cured for 45 minutes at 275C.
I also added that clay beads around the bottle for extra details.


I added flower tie using my extra copper clay at the neck of the bottle. I finished it with German silver gilders paste. 


This was an easy project and yet it turned out into a beautiful piece. 
I secured the handle with bakeable clay before baking to make sure it is secured well on the bottle. 


I hope you enjoyed this post. Visit my other pages for more great ideas on how to upcycle your empty wine bottle into lovely decor using polymer clay. 
Also check out  Beads & Butterflies for 
detailed tutorial on how to create polymer clay wine bottle. 
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