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We're excited to tell you about four new bottle art project kits from Diamond Tech Crafts
. Each kit Includes instructions and supplies for one project. (Bottle and g2 Bottle Cutter not included.) The kits are an easy and afforable way to do something different with your old glass bottles.

Read a little about each kit below, and let us know what you think for a chance to win one of the new kits for FREE!
Post a comment about the new kits to Twitter (use #bottleartkit) or post to Facebook (tag @DelphiGlass) or here on our blog. You may enter once per day, up to 3 chances to enter daily, four winners will be chosen to win a free kit. Now through Jan. 6, 2012.

Garden Treasure Kit

Create the ideal environment for growing and watering any type of plant with the 3-in-1 Plant Keeper. Use this kit in conjunction with the g2 Bottle cutter, to create this garden helper from recycled bottles.


Keepsake Box Kit


For all the keepsakes you treasure - a special photo, a dried flower, concert or theatre tickets, vacation trinkets, cards and letters keep them close at hand and inside this unique Keepsake Bottle.

Luminary Kit

Add a dancing glow and a warm ambience to any room or outdoor space with a glass luminary.

Windchime Kit

Create this colorful wind chime from recycled bottles and jars.

Want to learn how to cut a bottle? Watch our video here or read about how to troubleshoot bottle cutting problems.

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Charlotte K.  •  April 23, 2013
I would love to learn how to do this procedure, it looks very interesting and fun!
Margie B.  •  January 04, 2013
I've had my bottle cutter for quite some time and have never got to use it. I have seen the garden bottle at the local home store, but never the treasure keeper, how neat. Want to start on the jewelry that is in the e-book, but need to learn a little more about my kiln. This site is too cool.
Jean B.  •  December 04, 2012
I just got this Luminary kit and I'm excited to use it. I include an LED tea light with my luminary bottle art for households with children or pet as a safer option.
fred r.  •  October 15, 2012
the Wind chimes are nice and it looks like the kit will make it a whole lot easier and to recycle the bottles is also great idea. I havent done much of it yet but maybe this winter when I stuck in shop or house I will have time to try more ideas like this.
Sheryl P.  •  January 18, 2012
This is right up my alley! I already create sculpted Santas out of bottles, but to use the bottles and jars for decorate or utilitarian purposes is something I've always wanted to do!J
sharron L.  •  January 18, 2012
there were a few i liked. the best is the wind chime kit and treasure boxes!!!!
Anita J.  •  January 18, 2012
I'm a military wife living in the heart of wine country. I'm just starting to turn bottles into art and I'm having such fun! This kit would be a great help!
eleanor p.  •  January 17, 2012
I work with bottles a lot. These designs are great.
Brigitte B.  •  January 09, 2012
I've been wanting to get in to crafting with bottles! This seems like the perfect thing to get my feet wet with! Love the luminary, it's beautiful!
Cathy W.  •  January 05, 2012
This is just the coolest thing! My husband used to avidly do woodworking but was dying to start bottle art whether it was slumping, making chimes, whatever. He was a 27 year veteran Firefighter/Paramedic until he broke his back at work. The Fire Department has not paid for any of his medical care for the last three years. He was also placed on disability retirement (limited because he was not full retirement age). It has been a long journey over the last four years but he is finally on the mend and longing for a craft again which I hope will take his mind off his limitations and pain and hopefully put a smile on that beautiful face again. He spotted the bottle cutter through a flyer that we received in the mail.Unfortunately with the abundance of medical bills. He had asked me to purchase this for him but honestly we do not have the money. It is so tight that we like so many others are struggling to hold onto our home that we live in with my 80 year old mother. I would love to win this for him so that he can find some fun and fulfillment in life again. He loves the ebook and the free patterns that we have found online. He has a multitude of ideas on his own. Since he can no longer attend craft shows, our daughter and I have brought him some luminaries and chimes in the past from local craft shows so that he could look at them and get ideas which he just ran with. Please consider him for one of the free kits. Thank you so much, Cathy.
Sharon G.  •  January 04, 2012
I've been into stained glass for a few years now and I would like to get my husband into the glass bottle art. I am 73 and he is 75. I am hoping I can intice him into joining me in my hobby should I win this clever gift. This e book is a beautiful display of things we could make together. After being married to this good man for 56 years now I think it's time he had another hobby besides gardening.
Jai H.  •  January 04, 2012
the keepsake kit is a wonderful idea. I have a couple bottles saved from special occasions along with other stuff in a box. With the keepsake kit I could eliminate the box and put the stuff in the bottle. Wonderful!
Sandy A.  •  January 04, 2012
I'm still trying to win a free kit! Please pick me!
Amy B.  •  January 04, 2012
What a wonderful new tool for cutting glass bottles. I cannot wait to try it!
Linda K.  •  January 03, 2012
AWESOME!!! What a wonderful idea!! I just love all the projects you can make and I'm already thinking of others!!! Way to go, Delphi!!
Mary W.  •  January 03, 2012
These are totally fun. Can't wait to see if I am a lucky winner!!
Sandra K.  •  January 03, 2012
I'm really looking forward to reading about how to slump wine bottles. The bottle votive lights look great also!
BJ H.  •  January 02, 2012
I've always been hesitant to try windchimes with most bottles. Just not comfortable with that, tho I know thicker glass would work ok. LOVE the idea of keepsake/treasure bottles. What a great idea! Used bottles for terrariums years ago. Think I'll try it again.
Karen S.  •  January 02, 2012
have a bottle cutter that isn't very good. Had planned to do some of these same projects but when this cutter proved to be too difficult to use I gave up.
Sandra S.  •  January 02, 2012
I am looking forward to receiving my bottle cutter. The bottles are in the craft room waiting to be transformed. :)
Julie H.  •  January 02, 2012
e have been saving bottles for a few months now and we would love to start crafting some great new thngs with them.
Jean O.  •  January 01, 2012
I have purchased the g2 Bottle Cutter and have been practicing my technique. Looking forward to ordering a kit to enhance my bottle art.
Jean O.  •  January 01, 2012
Working with glass bottles is fun. The Bottle Art Kit looks like just what you would need to get started. Cannot wait to order one!
terri s.  •  January 01, 2012
I have a bottle cutter and use it frequently to make glasses for friends from their favorite bottles of wine and liquor... I also hate to throw anything away that i can upcycle into fabulous gifts. Would love to win the bottle art kit to make even more fun things.
gail g.  •  January 01, 2012
I have been saving bottles for the perfect projects but you have given me so much more to try. Thanks.
Nina D.  •  January 01, 2012
I've been planning to buy a bottle cutter to make a light fixture for my workshop entrance. The kits shown are wonderful...so many possibilities!
Ann G.  •  January 01, 2012
All of the kits look great. I'd love to try them all.
Eileen M.  •  January 01, 2012
Love the free book!!! would love to have a bottle cutter. Recycling is so cool!!!
Germaine K.  •  December 31, 2011
I would love to make all the kits!
richele h.  •  December 31, 2011
I have been working in stained glass for about 2 years and am looking for something new. This is it!
kenya c.  •  December 31, 2011
Wow! I'm glad to have discovered glass art again. I actually bought two cutters in the past, and could not get them to work for me-they barely scored the glass! But, I do love the projects and am glad to see video tutorials because I'm a visual learner.
Lori J.  •  December 31, 2011
Thank you for a great way to recycle all those glass bottles! Another fun way that we can do our part to reduce, reuse and recycle!
Lori J.  •  December 31, 2011
Delphi helps with my mosaic birdhouses and now I'm excited about learning a fun new craft. What a great way to recycle glass! Thank you!
Nina D.  •  December 31, 2011
The e-book and projects pictured lead me to consider all the possibilities! I'd love to win a kit and get started!
Stacey M.  •  December 31, 2011
What a great way to re purpose glass bottles! My favorites are the luminary and windchimes kit.
Rose C.  •  December 31, 2011
What a great way to save the environment. Can't wait to give it a try.
Patricia L.  •  December 31, 2011
I have already purchased a bottle cutter at Delphi. I just love ideas for projects with bottles. There are some really cool bottles that need preserving, & these kits offer great possibilities. And: thank you Delphi for the downloadabe ebook. Pat
Kimberly H.  •  December 31, 2011
Very creative use of wine bottle...
Pamela J.  •  December 31, 2011
I love bottles of all shapes and sizes so what a great way to use them. The luminary kit would be one of my favorite kits to try. And I also so think the wind chime kit would be great for making wedding gifts, using the champagne,wine and other beverage bottles from shower/bachelor parties! =)
Yolanda R.  •  December 30, 2011
Another great way to help clean our planet! Would like to contribute acheiving it. Congrats!!!
Sonja R.  •  December 30, 2011
It feels so nice to "up-cycle" especially with all the really beautiful bottles that are around! This opens up so much in the way of creativity...and fun. :)
Kathy L.  •  December 30, 2011
This looks like a project even I could do!
Deborah S.  •  December 30, 2011
I love recycling old bottles into great things. There are plenty of them around to practice on!
Nina D.  •  December 30, 2011
I've worked with glass for years;picture framing and stained glass. I've been wanting to try bottle art and these projects have really piqued my interest! Making something beautiful and recycling...I'd love to win a kit and get involved in that.
Linda T.  •  December 30, 2011
Great ideas for reusing wine bottles. They will make very nice gifts for just about anyone.
mark k.  •  December 30, 2011
it's fun to work with glass
Ginger P.  •  December 30, 2011
I think this would be an excellent addition to my glassworks. So many ideas!
Ellen L.  •  December 30, 2011
Kits are a great way to try something new. Love the treasure box!
Mary D.  •  December 30, 2011
wish i had saved bottles... so many neat things to do with them.
Gayle T.  •  December 30, 2011
I'm planning on making some luminaries this spring, that's my favorite
Vicki G.  •  December 30, 2011
Oh I can't wait to win the bottle cutter and ideas book....can never have enough hobbies.....thanks delphi....for al the wonderful products you provide!!
Roberta S.  •  December 30, 2011
I love the windchime kit. Someone made me one years ago and I have missed it.
Laura P.  •  December 30, 2011
Many glass bottles have the most beautiful textures, colors and shapes. I will be happy to incorporate them into my work
Laura P.  •  December 30, 2011
Many glass bottles have the most beautiful textures, shapes and colors. I will be happy to incorporate glass from bottles into my work
m c.  •  December 30, 2011
Never imagined all the things that could be done with a glass bottle. Very cool!
Ree B.  •  December 30, 2011
My New Year's Resolution is to cut some glass in 2012
Shelley H.  •  December 30, 2011
I love these ideas especially the planter!
Elaine M.  •  December 30, 2011
Love those treasure boxes,what a perfect gift for our wine loving friends
Davina A.  •  December 30, 2011
I like the wind chime kit the most. The idea of making a keepsake box out of a bottle is real cool too. Practice does make perfect in gaining ease of cutting up the bottles.
Sandy A.  •  December 30, 2011
I really, really want to win a bottle art kit. I'm going to enter every day!
Anna W.  •  December 30, 2011
I love the Keep Sake bottle. This would be great gifts. But I love the luminary kit. I am planning my wedding on a limited budget, and seeing at how it is an evening wedding this would bring some pretty glow to the entire night!
Cathy S.  •  December 30, 2011
Love all the ideas !!
venus r.  •  December 30, 2011
Recyling bottles is a great way to be green. Just think of how many bottles you can obtain by telling your friends and family to be on the look out for a special color or shape of bottle before they toss out. I would love to win the kits. I am excited about learing all I can about glass projects. After being in the rat-race for over 30 years it's time for me to move on and start enjoy life with my love for glass and learning what can be created from it.
Angela W.  •  December 30, 2011
I love using my G2 Bottle Cutter! Thanks for the inspiration for what to do with the tops. I've been using the bottoms as candle holders, but I have all these left over tops I don't know what to do with. The luminary kit looks like a perfect idea for them.
Rebecca D.  •  December 30, 2011
The Treasure Box and planter are inspirational. Thanks for sharing.
Joan C.  •  December 30, 2011
I would love to make ALL the projects. I love working with glass.
Tina B.  •  December 30, 2011
:)
Elaine N.  •  December 30, 2011
Fantastic. I love all the ideas and will have a hard time deciding which one to do first.
Jonimay P.  •  December 30, 2011
some great ideas Plan on trying a few
Marianne H.  •  December 30, 2011
If I had to decide I think the keepsake bottle is my favorite but I want ALL of the kits. I am 49 and have wanted a bottle cutter since my pre-teens. Time to get one. Thank you for the encouragement.
Pam T.  •  December 30, 2011
Love it!! What better way to combine 2 of my greatest passions!!!
Karen W.  •  December 30, 2011
Years (and I do mean YEARS) ago I had a bottle cutter. I made a windchime similar to the one shown. I took the glass rings and melted them in a kiln, and the windchimes turned out awesome. I would love to make some new projects with a bottle cutter.
Tina W.  •  December 30, 2011
The Garden Treasure kit is just too cute! I love the possibilities I can see!
LINDA L.  •  December 30, 2011
I would love to try a new modern bottle cutter, my old one broke. Looks very interesting. Thanks
Angelika K.  •  December 29, 2011
Love the windchime kit! Looks like lots of fun!
PAM M.  •  December 29, 2011
Love the ideas in the ebook. Excited to try making the treasure box or luminaries.
MARY C.  •  December 29, 2011
My favorite way to recycle is to create something beautiful from it instead of just straight recycling! Glass is always magical in the way it sparkles and reflects other colors around it. The keepsake box is so beautful and unique! Any of the kits would be wonderful to work with. Thanks for always sparking my imagination with all of your products!
Wendi R.  •  December 29, 2011
I have tried several of the projects without using the bottle cutter and they didn't turn out too well! I love the wind homes and the necklace but needless to say, they didn't turn out as well if I had had the right tools! There is an unlimited amount of projects that can be done with this bottle cutter besides what is listed in the summary!! My grandkids have even thought of things to make out of bottles!
Patricia S.  •  December 29, 2011
How fun! Always loved bottles..... now new ways to create with them.
Debbie H.  •  December 29, 2011
This is recycled art that I would love to receive so to make it for others would make it more fun. I really like. the Treasure Boxes
Graeme R.  •  December 29, 2011
Here in Oz it is summer time and that means party time so supplies of great looking bottles are building up just waiting to be transformed and reused as "GreenArt". The kids at the local school are right into recycling (everything) so "GreenArt" is one of their favourite classes. The recycling glass bottles "GreenArt" projects will be a winner with them.
Nancy H.  •  December 29, 2011
I love glass! The projects in this ebook are great!
Sally B.  •  December 29, 2011
I too have always loved working with glass. Would love to win the glass kit!
Karen S.  •  December 29, 2011
Love working with glass! The bottle cutter and all the projects are the most FUN for easy gift giving and everyday ..."here this is for you"..which will make someone smile. Thanks for all the input on your site!
Carrie S.  •  December 29, 2011
What a great way to recycle and gift at the same time!
Nickerson  •  December 29, 2011
I would love to win this, because here in Quebec, most bottles other than plastic pop bottles canNOT be taken back to the store for refund, so it would be nice to be able to use the bottles for other purposes besides tossing them out.
Rosabet M.  •  December 29, 2011
love to recycle bottles! up to now I fused them into platters,etc. I'l be exploring other projects soon.
Mary S.  •  December 29, 2011
Love all the glass kits...can't wait for summer to light all the luminaries! Light shining through colored glass is so beautiful!
Debby L.  •  December 29, 2011
I still have my bottle cutter from my youth, many decades ago, would love to find new ways to use it, always looking for ways to recycle more bottles too
Kelly H.  •  December 29, 2011
Wow! I've never thought much of bottle art before.....but I LOVE the creative ideas shown here! Makes me think I want to start a new craft :-D
Roberta S.  •  December 29, 2011
All of the kits look really fun and useful.
REBA H.  •  December 29, 2011
LOVE THEM ALL ESPECIALLY THE KEEPSAKE BOX.
REBA H.  •  December 29, 2011
I LOVE THEM ALL.
REBA H.  •  December 29, 2011
love it
Max C.  •  December 29, 2011
Long live recycling!
Paula F.  •  December 29, 2011
I have always wanted to learn how to do bottle art. Delphi is my favorite craft website because they carry so many different kinds of crafts to learn. I have been collecting bottles and I just told my husband last night that I want a bottle cutter!! I love the wind chime and the Garden treasure kit. The e book has so many great ideas in it! I can't wait to get started making bottle crafts!
Mai F.  •  December 29, 2011
I've made many lovely items from upcycled Wine bottles. Planter, Candles and Candle holders just to name a few. Its so rewarding to make others smile while save our environment one bottle at a time. This book would enhance my knowledge of upcycling and bring great joy to others.
Nora C.  •  December 29, 2011
My art is based on using old objects in new creative ways. What a perfect tool to use!!!
Catherine W.  •  December 29, 2011
I love bottle art!
Elizabeth W.  •  December 29, 2011
Everything old is new again. I adore the wind chime!
Sharon O.  •  December 29, 2011
I have the bottles! - just need a cutter!!
Cynthia M.  •  December 29, 2011
Great ideas! I can't wait to combine gardening and glass with the Gardening Treasures kit. I can picture my African violets in these pretty containers (and maybe a windchime sparkling outside the window).
Nancy S.  •  December 29, 2011
Great kits!
Mary J.  •  December 29, 2011
I have been doing bottle art and recycling bottles for about 4 years. I am always looking for new and interesting ways to use and recycle bottles. It helps the invironment as well as creating wonderful glass art using bottles. I am especially interested in the Keepsake and Garden Treasure Kits. Your e-book idea provides those of us looking for new and inventive ways to enhance our skills another good avenue of instruction. thank you, Delphi.
Patricia P.  •  December 29, 2011
I want them all, what a great idea.
Kat T.  •  December 29, 2011
What a great way to start out in glass! I've only done glass painting, and thought I would have to invest hundreds of dollars to get into other glass crafts.
David G.  •  December 29, 2011
I Love recycling objects as well as colored glass -- what could be more perfect than recycling bottles! Thanks Delphi! M.
Roxane G.  •  December 29, 2011
Great idea to recycle bottles.
karen f.  •  December 29, 2011
First I love the ebook. I can't wait to try the treasure box.
Elizabeth R.  •  December 29, 2011
What a great idea! I think I'll go empty a bottle and get ready!
diane o.  •  December 29, 2011
This ebook inspires the imagination.
Leslie B.  •  December 29, 2011
Cool! Love to recycle and this will be the second time recycling bottles for me. Thanks for the ideas
Joni E.  •  December 29, 2011
I would enjoy using this product since it uses recycled materials. It is a wonderful idea to use other pretty glass for another project. I have been saving cobalt blue wine bottles and would love to try this product on the bottles.
Pam M.  •  December 29, 2011
LOVE the windchimes and votive holders. Super neat ideas! Already collecting my cobalt blue bottles!
Nancy T.  •  December 29, 2011
I have previously slumped bottles. I do like the look of cutting the bottles and making items that are useful. Just imagine the beautiful sounds from the mobile.
Kristi H.  •  December 29, 2011
Excellen! Posted on Facebook and Twitter. www.facebook.com/bgfdesigns or @bgfdesigns on Twitter!
Martha K.  •  December 29, 2011
I already make cheese trays, etc. from bottles and sometimes add a little ceramic item to go along with them. Delpi is the only glass Co. I order from and I am always glad to see something new. I love the "treasure" box idea. So many bottles; so little time.
Cindy S.  •  December 29, 2011
Love, love!! Want to make the windchime.
Laura Z.  •  December 29, 2011
As an artist, and Middle School art teacher, I love finding new ways to show my students to recycle. We recycle a lot of materials in my art room! Would like to introduce this to them...
Alice N.  •  December 29, 2011
Keepsake box kit is very nice! Going green not only helps the environment but everyone I know will be green with envy when I start making these! Re-use! Re-cycle!
Gwynne r.  •  December 29, 2011
just tweeted @gwynstone about the bottle kits.. Love it!
Marlene D.  •  December 29, 2011
Thanks for the e-book, and would love to win a free bottle art kit.
Debra R.  •  December 29, 2011
I would love to check out the garden treasure Kit! Just ordered a glass cutter...ready for a new craft in 2012!
Dvora G.  •  December 29, 2011
love the keepsake bottle - great for a gift box too!
Jan N.  •  December 29, 2011
Now I know what I have been saving various pretty bottles for! I'd love to win one of the kits.
James J.  •  December 29, 2011
I never thought you could do such cool stuff with bottles
Beverley F.  •  December 29, 2011
Have been wanting a bottle cutter for years - lot 2 outdoor chandeler glasses that would be perfectly replaced by cut bottles! And that chimes with the rings! Wow, love that. I'd love to win a bottle cutter! Thanks
Diane W.  •  December 29, 2011
I am a beginner glass artist and a die-hard recycler. Reusing glass bottles is the ultimate back-to-earth project as far as I am concerned. Beauty and practicality--what else could you ask for--except, of course, a free kit (garden kit, please)! LOL
Amanda S.  •  December 29, 2011
I love the 3-in-1 plant keeper! This is a great way to decorate the windowsill.
Carol H.  •  December 29, 2011
Tried this years ago with just a cutter... not very good results.. would love to win this so I can add glass cutting to my designs
Ana W.  •  December 29, 2011
I LOVE these ideas! They are ALL gorgeous! I would sO love to win a kit!!
Sandy A.  •  December 29, 2011
I love making things out of wine bottles. I hope I win a kit!
Ann O.  •  December 29, 2011
Garden Treasure Kit is my favorite!
Beth W.  •  December 29, 2011
My favorite things to do are stained glass and make wine! This is a perfect craft for me, incorporating the wine bottles with my glass knowledge! I'd love to get this. Thanks for the ebook!
Ann O.  •  December 29, 2011
I would absolutely LOVE to make the Harvest Votives!!!!!!!!!
Rebecca W.  •  December 29, 2011
Looks like a lot of fun! I would definitely try all of these!
Lisa S.  •  December 29, 2011
Awesome kit lots of creative ideas.
Elaine H.  •  December 25, 2011
Who would have thought there were so many interesting and beautiful things you can do with bottles! I'm am just mesmerized by them all (love the wind chimes!).
Rebecca V.  •  December 23, 2011
Love the idea for the keepsake box, only wish I had seen the idea earlier so I had time to make one before Christmas.
Sharon H.  •  December 23, 2011
I love the idea of using recycled items. I have made beads from glass bottles. This will expand my idea base!
Susan C.  •  December 22, 2011
Love the book, great ideas to do with my glass bottle collections! I don't drink wine but I have everyone else that I know saving bottles for me, and my large collection that would be perfect for the projects in the book.
Debbie C.  •  December 22, 2011
Thank you for the great Bottle Art E-book. What a great Christmas present. I too have allways been fascinated with the colors of glass and how they reflect their colors in the sunlight. Now I am in the process of building my own little studio.
Kim A.  •  December 22, 2011
I love the windchime kit. I make recycled suncatchers from old CDs, and this would go great with them!
Heidi B.  •  December 22, 2011
I have always loved glass art and I started creating it about 4 years ago after a drunk driver took me out of the work world. I love seeing my glass art come to life with lots of charactor. Now I'm teaching my glass art skills to my 2 little chickletts and love seeing what they create from their imaginations... Thanks, Heidi
Helen B.  •  December 22, 2011
Love the Treasure Boxes!!!
Julia J.  •  December 22, 2011
I fell in love with glass as a child. A friend gave my mom a small clear bowl and I ate everything from it! I would so love to win this so I could pass on my love of glass. Thanks, Julia~
Christine G.  •  December 22, 2011
Love the great ideas in this ebook! Thanks!!!
Johanna C.  •  December 21, 2011
I've always loved this work an collected alot of bottles in all differt colors n sizes and l moved and could not bring them moved from Alaska to Florida so l'm so happy to find this site in my email n can't wait to get started and learn how to do this beautiful, amazing work of Art thank you ! JMarieC
carissa w.  •  December 20, 2011
This is recycled art that I would love to receive so to make it for others would make it more fun. I don't drink but know others that do (living near wine country) and the bottles are so beautiful in the projects in the eBook Seeing the the amazing designs I can just imagine the early morning sun hitting them and sending sparkle everywhere.
Sandra M.  •  December 19, 2011
Love the projects in this ebook! Would love to win a kit.
Deb D.  •  December 19, 2011
The opportunity I've been waiting for! I've wanted to work with glass for years. The luminary are fantastic, I can already see lots of them decorating my patio!
Tommie I.  •  December 18, 2011
When I was in Middle School during shop class I started making lamps from old Booze bottles and after a while I really liked it in High school I even was able to sell some enough to get my first car! after High School I joined the Army and that was my Life until I retired in 1998, I just started to look back at those days and figured this was a great time to start working with bottles again, so here I am ready to knock the rust off of old hobbies!
Mary B.  •  December 17, 2011
I love the idea of using glass bottles to make things. The trinket box is beautiful! I don't have a glass cutter but it would definitely be something worth looking into.
Jenny S.  •  December 16, 2011
I love love love the keepsake box kit!
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