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Re-Post {Vintage Candy Corn Bottles}

Hello artsy friends stopping in today..
I hope you are all having a beautiful fall day and a great start to your week!
I am sharing one of my FAV feature I did last year for my 1st Fall Crawl.
It was a huge hit and a lot of people loved how easy and family
friendly it was to do with the kids. Hope you enjoy it again!
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So in love with these guys!!
~Vintage Candy Corn Bottles ~

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This week, I added a few fall touches to our space to usher in the fall season 
& I LOVE it.. I'm in love with everything vintage, I've never been a "modern
kinda gal". I have a lot of vintage inspired items all around the house that I
tend to pick up at yard sales here and there.. My kitchen is a place we tend
to spend a LOT of time in, whenever we have guests, they walk right into
the kitchen, it's rather odd, but I've learned to simply just keep it inviting
and warm, and always have a nice treat for those who seem to 
bypass the living room and head straight for the jackpot.. HA!

I'm happy to share an awesome tutorial with you today, on these awesome
 candy corn bottles I whipped up for the kitchen table. They turned out so
beautiful. Hope you fall in love with them as much as we have
around here..The Kids really enjoy the overall look!
Artsy Items Needed
 
❤ 
*Krylon
~ White, Yellow & Orange!~
*Bottles of your choice
I made use of empty vodka and Izze Bottles
.......Really, that's IT!!!
Lets Get Crafty
To begin, I cleaned off the bottles making sure all the labels where off 
(soaking the bottle overnight helped or use a metal sponge to get the labels off.)

After my bottles where cleaned off, I went HAPPY SPRAY PAINTING!!
I took my bottles, my paints, went outside and started to them..
1st Coat White.....2nd Coat Orange.......3rd Coat Yellow!!!
For an old vintage feel, I allowed the paint to drip a little bit all around (it's not too
clear in these photo's unfortunately, but you can see the drip in the final outcome..). I
waited about 10minutes between each coat to ensure the bottles where dry before
adding more paint.. So fun and easy! This literally took maybe 20mins!!

I chipped the tops a little to add a more vintage feel to the bottles..
That's IT!!! I arranged them on a tray with a vase full of fall flowers
and placed them in the kitchen for a very fun and fall inspired look!!
I Simply love them.. So fun & festive per the season!!!
Hope you enjoyed my simple, yet fun tutorial here today!! 
I'm loving every bit of fall!!
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Thanks SO much as always for stopping in today!!
Have an awesome Monday!!
~Stay Artsy~
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41 comments:

  1. Thanks for stopping by my blog! Your bottles are so fun! What a great Halloween decoration.

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  2. I love your bottles! Thanks for sharing such a great idea! I'm going to be a new follower as soon as I finish this! You have awesome blog!

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  3. I love these! So cute! Isn't Krylon the best? Thanks so much for stopping by All In A Day! xoxo

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  4. I actually gasped a second when I scrolled down and saw these bottles. Why is it that anything fall makes me all giddy? LOVE them. I think I will have to steal your idea for my own kitchen table :) Thanks so much for sharing your link on my blog. I would have never found you, and now I'm going to be stalking your blog :)

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  5. Love! I would be thrilled if you would join my Wickedly Creative Halloween Ideas Party!

    http://www.itsybitsypaperblog.com/2011/09/wickedly-creative-halloween-ideas-linky.html

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  6. You have some of the cutest crafts and recipes! I tried your strawberries stuffed with cream cheese one this weekened and I can't wait to try this one too!!!

    tiannamae.blogspot.com

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  7. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. I love these bottles they would fit perfectly into my decor. I have a pottery barn knock of post coming up this week that I think you will love.

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  8. That is sooo clever. I would never have thought of painting bottles like that.

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  9. I love those! Great idea, and so perfect for fall. Thanks for visiting my blog, and following. Following you back!

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  10. Thanks for stopping by Always Springtime Flowers, and following.

    You have a lovely blog, and I'm happy to follow you too.

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  11. oh, cool! What a great way to upcycle!!

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  12. You have soooo nice place. Theartsygirlconnection is full of some positive energy. I like pleaces and people like that, I'm following you back. (Tnx for your sweet comment at my place)

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  13. Very cute! A great, very do-able idea. Thanks for sharing. I'm your latest follower :)

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  14. I absolutely love these! Now following you too!

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  15. These are so cute! I definitely am going to have to make something similar.

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  16. Those are so cute!! I do not decorate much for Halloween...but Candy Corn I can do! ;) Your newest follower. Can't wait to see what I learn from you.

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  17. What a beautiful blog! My favorite things about fall? Well....I can't pick just one....I'd say football, cooler weather, sweatshirts, changing leaves, cozy quilts and afghans, bonfires!

    BTW, I'm visiting from the "Time Out Tuesday" blog hop. I'm your newest follower! Thanks for stopping by my blog!

    Totally Reinventing Me

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  18. What a blessing that you found my blog! Thank you for brightening my day with your sweet comments. I have to spend some time here at yours, how lovely! I am going to include a link to your blog in my next post since you really inspired me. I have been wanting to do a personal post, but didn't know what to write and then today browsing your site, I got my answer. Hope you visit me again soon!

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  19. I almost forgot to say - How wonderful that you were born in Liberia. We have dear friends here in WI that escaped Liberia as refugees during the civil war time, they have quite a story. The Diayen family. Blessings to you!

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  20. I love how your bottles turned out! There are so many fun and creative ideas here! Thanks for visiting my little blog today. So glad to find you!

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  21. what a great idea. Thank you for stopping by DIY Home Sweet Home. I'm your newest follower.

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  22. Thank you for stopping by My Little Blogspot, and thank you for the follow. I am returning the bloggy favor with a follow back. I love your candy corn bottles, so cute and festive. Happy Tuesday :)

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  23. Wow I looooove the bottles! I also love candy corn! :o)

    Thank you so much for linking up to my Make Yourself Monday blog hop!!

    Jamie
    For Love of Cupcakes

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  24. Thanks so much for all the absolutely wonderful comments..You made me smile...I sincerely appreciate you all stopping in..Thank You..

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  25. Hey Marilyn! Thanks again for inviting me over, you have such a fun blog! I'm pouring through all your great tutorials already, hee hee! Can't wait to see all the things you have up your sleeve, I'll be following along to find out. :)

    XOXO
    Rachael

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  26. Hi Marilyn,
    Your candy corn bottles are super cute. Your blog is just wonderful. You are super creative....I love it!!! Come by and visit us some time. ivyandelephants.blogspot.com

    Paula, your newest follower

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  27. New follower from the TOT hop! I hope you'll follow back! Thanks!
    Through the Eyes of a Tiger

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  28. Love these! You are so talented!!

    Thanks for stopping by the Time out Tuesday. You have a great site! Keep up the great work. I am your newest GFC follower. Thanks, www.indianacouponsavings.com

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  29. Oh my gosh! These are fantastic! I have to try this! I gotta look into this Fall Crawl business tomorrow when I'm not so sleepy! Following u back! :)

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  30. I HAVE to do this project!!!

    Please stop by and visit me!
    thesenotions.blogspot.com

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  31. I apologize for not keeping up with the Crawl. I've got so much going on i hope you understand.

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  32. I adore those candy corn bottles! Thanks for visiting. I am now following you back.

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  33. Thanks for visiting my site! I love the Fall Crawl series you are doing :) I'm slightly.... ok really obsessed with fall ;)

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  34. Wow totally diggin your crafts! I'm going to have to check out this Fall crawl thing. Have a great day and am following you back.

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  35. I love those! I love anything candycorn, except the candy.. lol I'm weird

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  36. Most certainly one of the coolest candy corn projects ever! I love your blog! I'll be following along to see more of your creative ideas!

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  37. Thanks SO very much everyone.. Your comments are so encouraging and awesome.. You guys rock.. xoxo~M

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  38. Thanks for stopping by my blog! I love these bottles, I have a friend who LOVES candy corns, so I'll definitely be sharing!

    Alida
    radcrafter.com

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  39. THese are super cute! I love how you used vintage bottles! So fun! Thanks for linking up to the Stache Party!

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  40. Love it! I have tons of bottles sitting around!

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