That was my answer to Russell's "You just can't leave anything alone, can you babe?" query. I'd bought another bottle of Jones Cream Soda at the grocery store and I actually did walk over to the trash with the bottle. Then I hesitated before tossing it in the bin and looked at it. I just couldn't make myself throw it out. So I rinsed it and let it dry, dug out my bags of sequins and E6000 glue.
I forgot that I had a small baggie of sparklie circles that had no holes in the center like regular sequins and knew they'd be exactly what I needed for this project. First I put a row of the larger flowers around the top and bottom of the label, then started adding the rows of circles. Russell came out to the kitchen at one point and watched me working and said, 'looks tedious.' It really wasn't. It went fairly quickly. I got the best results by putting a thin line of glue on the bottle, then I touched the tip of a toothpick to the glue and touched the circle and it worked perfectly to pick it up and set it into place, and didn't leave any residue on the sparkle. Using that method, setting the circles into place went very quickly. There is no way I could have done this using my fingers to pick up the circles.
But was I done yet? Of course not! I had to add rhinestones on the label too.
All the way around the bottle.
Bottled in Seattle, product of Canada.
And some sparkles for the cap as well.