Bottles of Hope with Makins® Clay

Hi everyone, I've got a new post on the Makin's Clay blog

This month I've created some Bottles of Hope to share. 

From the Makin's website:
Bottles of Hope are small glass bottles covered with polymer clay and given to cancer patients. They symbolize a wish and a hope for health.  This project was started in 1999 by a Rhode Island cancer survivor and has spread internationally. Bottles are made by artists, students, survivors, seniors and many more who volunteer their time and love.   Learn more about this worthwhile project, see a gallery of many creative bottles and more here on their website
Makin's® Clay - Earth Tones, Yellow, White, Green, Red
Makin's Professional® Cutting Mat
Makin's Clay® Roller and Cutters set
Makin's Clay® Clay Tool set
Makin's Clay® Clay Cutters - Stars, Suns, Butterflies
Makin's Clay®Texture Sheets - Set H
Beacon Adhesives - 3-in-1 Adhesive
Sizzix Dies
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists

I found these cute little light bulb bottles and knew they'd be perfect for the Bottles of Hope.  After wrapping with white clay and allowing to dry 48 hours, I spritzed color with Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists. 

Cut enough suns from yellow clay and enough stars from green clay to wrap around the bottles and adhere them with Beacon Adhesive. 

Add butterflies randomly about the bottles.

What will you create for this worthy cause?

For complete details please stop by the Makin's blog.

Thanks for stopping by today.