|Wings of Hope Bottle of Hope by Irit Shalom|
here on their website. 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
Makin's Clay® - Blue, White
- Push mold - Christmas Decor
- Clay Cutters 3 piece set - Round
- Texture Set C- Weave
- Roller and Cutter set
1. Roll the blue clay to the size that will cover your small bottle using the clay roller from the tool set.
3. Cover the small glass bottle with your textured clay and roll over the mat. If the texture diminishes when rolling the bottle, simply roll the bottle over the texture sheet again.
5. Use Easy Mold Silicone Putty and metal wings from your stash to make your own mold for future use with the clay.
Work according to manufacturer's instructions that are in the putty box.
6. Cover the bottle to the edge with blue clay and make the top with the original cork inside a white piece of clay.
7. Cast the wings with white clay in your self made mold.
Cast the small owl in another mold (Plaid).
Cast the bow using the Christmas Nature push mold.
Cast the top piece with another Plaid mold.
Paint the dry shapes with acrylic paints (I used DecoArt Media Line).
This is the top piece over the bottle.