Recycled Halloween Apothecary Bottles

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I take a lot of supplements and they come in nice brown glass bottles.  So, I got this great idea to recycle them into Halloween Apothecary Poison and Potion Bottles.  I love Halloween and Fall, I love bottles and I love the grungy weathered look.  So, as you can imagine, I’m crazy about these bottles.  They are fun and easy to make!

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You can add a little dried, creepy stuff from your flower garden or off the ground.  When it’s in a bottle labeled with insect parts or bat wings, your mind will convince you that’s what it is!

 

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See what kind of spooky dried stuff you can find.

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I used coffee filters for the tops and used a distress ink to give make a weathered and aged look .

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Some labels were printed from some online sites and some were stamped.

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If you’d like to print out some labels, check out my HaLLowEEn board, I have pinned some labels there.

Do you have some empty bottles you could recycle into Halloween Apothecary Potion and Poison Bottles?  What kind of creepy dried stuff can you find for your bottles?

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  1. I have some brown and a few cobalt bottles that I just cannot bring myself to toss. Thank you for this awesome idea! I love the vintage appeal of what you have created!
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  2. OH! I love all of these! How creative!!! You totally need to have a party with all that!
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  3. Super cute idea! I am Pinning this to my Halloween Apothecary Board on Pinterest. 🙂

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  4. These are definitely the cutest seasonal craft that I have seen this year! Good job!
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  5. Awesome!! Thank you Lorelai.
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  6. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! Give it a try.
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  7. Great idea Kristen. My dining table is all decorated too… I’m ready, come on over!
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  8. Thank you Natalie. I do hope you give them a try…it definitely is a good way to hang on to those great bottles.
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  9. Ooooooo that is soooo cool! I am so pinning these! I don’t ever know when I might be able to make something like this but a girl can dream right?
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  10. You are very creative. It looks alive. Thank you ver sharing.
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    Vee Reply:

    Thank you Adellen, they are very fun to make.

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  11. Thanks for the cute idea! It looks great!
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    Vee Reply:

    Thank you Bonnie, I hope you give them a try sometime.

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  12. These are fantastic!

    Thank you for visiting my blog!

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    Vee Reply:

    Thank you Maria, and thanks for visiting mine as well.

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