Tutorial for the perfume bottle. Step 1. Coat the stopper shape (at the top) with embossing ink, I taped off the area so it wouldn't get over the lower portion of the chippie next I use a silver metallic embossing enamel from Bing and melt the enamel, if there are any areas that are uncoated you can add more. 2. Coat the rest of the chipboard with gesso or white paint and let dry (it only takes about 10 minutes to dry). 3. Coat the chippie with Mod Podge or matte medium and while it's wet crumple up some white tissue paper and then spread it out, leaving some wrinkles in the tissue paper and coat over the top with the Mod Podge or matte medium, set aside and a allow time to dry. 4. Spray with glimmer mist (I used Patina) and dry carefully with heat gun. Be careful to keep the heat moving around so you don't burn it. If you want it a bit darker repeat this last step. 5. Make a label for your bottle this can be done with a photo, chip art or a sticker and glue it to your chippie. Next I surrounded the label with tiny silver stick on pearls from my LSS. 6. Add a cut out piece of lace around the collar area of the bottle and allow a bit of space for the bow as well. (I designed it so I would have room for all the yummy details) Next, I finished it off with a bow and a jewel. 7. to seal everything I coated the misted area with chandelier glimmer glam. That's it your done!
I hope you liked the tutorial and thanks for commenting!