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Friday, August 21, 2009

Les petites bouteilles

I finally sanded and polished all my bottles and they are ready to go. I have been trying to find a way to take a picture of them and after a lot of fiddling with props and stuff I found this.
Enfin, j'ai terminé de poncer, sabler, polir, astiquer mes petites bouteilles. J'ai essayé plein de manières de les photographier toutes pour me rendre compte que la solution était tout simplement sous mon nez, dans ma cour.

This is another view of some of the tops.
Une autre vue en plongée d'une partie des bouteilles.

If you look closely, you might notice that some bottles have little hats. I want to thank Cynthia Blanton who sent me to her blog while we were chatting a few weeks ago and gave me the idea. They were fun to make, actually I enjoyed trying to figure out how she made them. For the real McCoys, take a look here.
And while you are there, read the rest of her blog, it is interesting.

Si vous regardez bien, vous verrez qu'il y a des bouteilles qui sont décorées d'un petit chapeau. C'est une idée de Cynthia Blanton qui m'a envoyé voir son blog. Sont géniales ses petites bouteilles; allez voir ici.
Merci Cynthia!


Louise said...

Bel etalage ! j'aime ton idee des blocs dommage que je ne puisse les voir de plus pres.

Je ne me souvenas plus de bouteilles chapeaux!

Pat Sernyk said...

Bravo Vio!!...A real accomplishment! That's a lot of sanding, buffing, and arranging just for the finishing. Not to mention the actual fine details in the making of the actual bouteilles. They're gorgeous and what a great idea for the photography!


Cynthia Blanton said...


Your bottles are beautiful and amazing and you did a good job on the hats. Thanks for the link to my blog. I will be teaching the So. Ontario Clay Guild how to make the hats at the end of August.


Liz said...

Wow,Viom these bottles are wonderful - so many different finishes and colours.


Phany said...

C'est impressionnant !!!!


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