The mini bottles surfaced recently. I printed off some free Harry Potter potions labels and made Amortentia, the love potion. I dyed shampoo red, because it was thick and I was hoping that the glitter and glitter hearts would remain suspended in it but they eventually settled to the bottom. I'm going to use hair gel the next time.
Glued the label to it with mod podge, embellished a key with red rhinestones and attached it and a red heart bead to it with chain. The cork is glued in so it can't spill.
.This one is about 1-3/4" tall and filled with iridescent glitter "moon dust". Again I glued the cork in so that it won't spill, and added a large pearl rhinestone to the top, and a tiny silver one to the label. I realized with some horror and despair that I'm out of crescent moon charms, so I found an old pierced earring in my stash and fashioned the post into a loop to hang from the gold chain.
I actually like the way this crescent earring looks. It has a pretty pattern on it.
Here are Felix Felicis and Polyjuice Potion. Again topped with rhinestones, and I added a chain & key to the luck potion. I did attempt to use a cat face charm on the Polyjuice, but as I suspected, it was too heavy and pulled the bottle over. NERD ALERT: Potterheads will recall that Hermione accidentally turned herself into a cat the first time she took Polyjuice because she inadvertently used a cat hair.
Felix is a heavy gel, coloured yellow with food colouring with gold glitter stirred in. They stay suspended nicely. The Polyjuice is just black glitter paint that I squeezed into the bottle.
Making these things is just slightly addicting and I'm just about out of bottles. The ones I have left are really too small for the labels I have on hand. I might have to start improvising.....