The perfect shapes to decorate for Halloween! With all the hubbub around Laura Carson's Pretty Potions and Poisons Apothecary Event, I thought we needed a bottle (or three) to decorate that's a bit easier to mail.
Sturdy, raw, kraft chipboard. Not super heavy like bookboard: you could cut them with scissors with strong hands. You could use a (sharp) hole punch to add a hole to each for binding like a swatchbook. Or add more holes for an accordion book.
Acid-free, lignin-free, buffered and archival quality.
Shown in one of the small photos with me holding a Chipboard ATC against the smallest bottle. I designed that bottle so an ATC would fit the width and height without extending into the curve at the top (and so you could hinge the 2-1/2" x 3-1/2" ATC from the side like a door). So that smallest bottle is 2-1/2" wide and approx. 5" tall.
The sizes of the other 2 bottles are:
- 3-1/2" wide and approx. 5-1/4" tall.
- 2-1/8" wide and approx. 5-1/2" tall.
Alpha Stamps exclusives!
Set of 3 (1 each of the 3 designs).
Halloween wreath by Guest Designer Kathryn Harpold; see more info and photos in the Potion Bottles Wreath blog post.
Click on the photos to see more details; links to some of the other components used in the artwork are below.