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Thursday, October 11, 2012

Potion Bottle of Goodies

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After seeing the "Potion Bottles" popping up on the Silhouette Plus forum and other places; I gave myself a challenge to make a cutting file of a potion bottle. I have some tweaking to do. Mostly on the lid. I made it a bit too large.

Below is the picture of the prototype of my first cut. I filled it with butterscotch candies but for Halloween treats, it will be filled with one of our grandchildren's favorite candies, Skittles. Okay, it's me, yes, I love those fruity, chewy Skittles but, so did the wee

The center portion is a Silhouette store cutting file I used for the center of the card. I figure, a lot of different centers can be used and some cute labels can be used too. I won't be able to share the skeleton since it's a Silhouette store cutting file so, I'll try to come up with something else to add to the center before I share it. Hopefully, I'll be able to get back to this project tomorrow so I can share it with all of my crafty friends and visitors to my blog.

xxx- Debbie



  1. Thanks for all the designs you share with us. I am inspired by your enthusiasm.

  2. nice that I inspired you

    gr corinne

  3. Debbie, I am loving these potion bottles in 3D and yours is adorable, hmmmmm, skittles, the perfect fill, thanks for the share, hgus

  4. oooooh I can't wait.
    You did a great job on your bottle!
    I love your blog.

  5. And after the skittles are gone (yummy), would a battery operated tea light candle fit inside? Thanks for all you do for the Silhouette community. :)

  6. Hi everyone, thank you for visiting. I'm so glad everyone is enjoying the file shares. There will be lots more to come.

    Hi Lady Fair, it may be able to hold a tea light if you resize everything by grouping all of the elements together, then click on it and drag a corner to evenly resize all of the parts. After you do this, ungroup so you can cut as many elements on the size paper you will need to accomodate the resizing. I hope this is helpful. If I can be of more help, please feel free to email me. The link to my email is on the right hand side of my blog.

    1. Thanks, Debbie! After I purchase the tea lights so I know what size I need, I'll try this.


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