Saturday, October 22, 2011

drawing challenge / bottle

Bottle recreated from found sea glass.

Beautiful and ever imaginative Renilde is our host this week.


ShannonAnn said...

I love this bottle of yours!

Ariane Reichardt said...

Ahh, dear Rachel,
you created a wonderful bottle! Maybe I've seen that sea glass in your iphone-8mm film?
It pleases me that your bottle has got something like a label and a bottom.

Mayblehead reminds me to a part of town Hamburg called Blankenese. And on the beach of River Elbe you can find sea glass too...


renilde said...

how to create beauty with simple things, this is wonderful, i love it!

i enjoyed your house tour, i recognized that great windows and the plant containers, i didn't realize they were yours,

thanks for participating, xx

Patrice A. said...

dear Rachel
how I love your bottle
so smart to make it from those beautiful sea glasses
you make me smile

I will come back to read all your other post!
and you have to know
our boat-trip was not romantic, but cold and wet and cold and especially very cold....

mano said...

I love these sea polished pieces of glass very much , but even more I love your wonderful bottle!

Makeminemidcentury said...

That's very clever! I like it. I like you too!

Peter Hoh said...

If you use flickr, consider adding this photo to the "one bottle" group.

♥ w o o l f ♥ said...

oh yes, that sea glass you so lovingly rustled in your little film? ;)))

Peggy Ray said...

very clever and lovely way to make use of that wonderful sea glass. you have to come back and see the "real" Fort Bragg sea glass beach... waaaaay better than the one we went to before! and you positively won't feel guilty taking home a sack!

Color Land said...

Love this sea glass bottle, so creative and colorful!
It's amazing how you create lovely things with simple things!