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A wizard totem

Posted by r_murray 5 (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 7, 10 at 13:51

Or a (good)witch or Pinocchio's blue faerie.
This assemblage used: a blue votive candle holder (wire removed), an apothecary jar lid, a table lamp crystal, a wood base, and an empty 1999 Volxheimer Rheingrufenstein (white Wine) bottle. Total TS cost $2.50.
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Your endless creativity just blows me away! A witch...no less & such a "lovely" witch, at that! ...she should be on a tarot card! TFS! Jeanne S.


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Love him/her!


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Cute!


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Robert, this is definitly one of my favs. Whimsical but also beautiful!


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Robert,
Wonderful witch. And in my favorite color! I have been a longtime collector of blue glass and have never seen this wine bottle. I will be on the lookout.
Jeanne


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You are awesome Robert! LOVE this one...color is beautiful!! Who would have thought that a wine bottle could be part of something so pretty!


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That is adorable, and perfect for the season of witches and wizards. Very creative.
Frou


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I love it!

Pam


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LOVE it Robert! Good Job! I too am a cobalt blue addict and have never seen such a great bottle!!! Wowzers! Great Totem!


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Fantastic!
And I love the idea of a junkers tarot, lol.
Kathy


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  • Posted by sorie6 Zone4 Colo (My Page) on
    Tue, Oct 12, 10 at 20:08

Great job. Love it!!!


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