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Wooden Bowl Rice Paper Makeover

  I have found a new favorite rice paper.  Dixie Belle rice decoupage paper  called lovely sonnet. It was the perfect addition to the inside on this large monkey pod wooden bowl.

Lovely Sonnet Rice Papered Bottle


I am a sucker for glass. Every time I put one of these rum bottles in the recycling I think to myself "But it is such a pretty shape". I decided to give 2 of these glass bottles a new look. This one received a vintage floral old script look with my latest favorite Dixie Belle rice decoupage paper; lovely sonnet.

I think it turned out so lovely, you?

The shape of these glass bottles is just begging to be made pretty. The bottles were rinsed and the labels removed from one.


The secret to being sure everything sticks to glass is Dixie Belle Slick Stick. Two coats left to dry for 24 hours is what you need.


I made these DAP acrylic molds years ago and they are still soft and pliable and very much useable. I decided which ones to add to this project.


Now to cover the bottle. The lovely sonnet Dixie Belle rice decoupage paper was applied using Dixie Belle satin clear coat as the adhesive. Be sure to cover all areas with the clear coat where the paper will be placed.

I also used this fabulous paper on this wooden bowl. Did you know you could update a wooden bowl with paper?


I flipped the bottle over and did the other side cutting paper to fit.


The sides and any blank spaces were filled. I also covered the cork top. Then apply the clear coat all over the top of the paper covered bottle to seal it.


Then let it dry.

You may have seen my wooden bowl makeover using this beautiful paper as well.


Now back to the acrylic molds. I used gold Dixie Belle Gilding Wax and a Dixie Belle Artist Brush to paint them all over. Now to let them dry.


The cork top had gold wax painted around the edge too.


The now dry molds were glued in place.


I put longer ones down each side too.


Take a video tour, do you love it as much as I do?





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Comments

  1. I just love all your creative work and what you do.
    I visited you via The Home Imagined Link Party #17
    If you are not already part of SSPS, this is a personal invite to hop over and come and share your posts with us at Senior Salon Pit Stop, every Monday to Saturday.
    See one of my entries: Perfect Coffee Kisses Recipe and then navigate to the bottom of my page for the Senior Salon Pit Stop linkup, we hope to virtually meet you there.

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    1. Thank you Slabs, I have indeed shared this on your link up party :)

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  2. Hi Lee Ann! Very pretty!

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  3. Perfection! Who knew it was a rum bottle, I had no idea until I read about it. I need to find a friend who drinks it so I can make over a bottle too. You are right, they are perfect for making over. I am in LOVE with this creation LeeAnn! So beautiful, I would love one on my dresser.

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    1. Thank you, I love to upcycle anything so you just never know LOL Any kind of pretty shaped bottle will do :)

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  4. This is beautiful! I'll be featuring your bottle on tomorrow's Crafty Creators. Thanks for sharing!
    Niki | Life as a LEO Wife

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    1. Thank you Niki!! I appreciate the kind words and feature

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  5. Your upcycled bottle looks great! I'm featuring you tonight at the Home Matters Link Party. Hope to see you drop by and take a look. Thanks for sharing with us!

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    1. Thank you Allyson, the feature is most appreciated. Thanks for hosting!

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  6. I am still in love with this bottle. I even asked my husband if anyone he works with drinks rum so I could try my hand at creating a beautiful bottle. That rice paper is just stunning.

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    1. That is funny :) but agree the prettiest paper for sure

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