Glass Crafts:How To Upcycle Bottles Using Stained Glass Mosaic Cobbles

Updated on April 11, 2016

A Glass on Glass Mosaic Tutorial For Turning Plain Glass Bottles Into Treasured Collectibles

Decorating glass jars and bottles is a fun, easy craft made even more enjoyable when using Stained Glass Cobbles and glass beads for embellishment. Even the simplest glass mosaic project is prized for its translucent breathtaking visual appeal. I have been crafting with stained glass for over 20 years and I still feel spellbound with the beauty and awe it inspires. The projects I want to share with you have been carefully selected not only for their eye-popping beauty but for the ease and simplicity of crafting them.

One of the greatest pleasures of crafting with Stained Glass Cobbles is that they have softly rounded edges for easy handling and they are manufactured from re-cycled glass cullet right here in the USA. If you have a stash of glass bottles, vases and jars think about up-cycling them into these appealing treasures. If not, have fun finding a trove of shapes and all sizes of glass containers available for cool crafting.

Craft Materials for Decorating Glass Bottles with Stained Glass Cobbles
Craft Materials for Decorating Glass Bottles with Stained Glass Cobbles

Basic Glass Crafting Techniques Part I

Getting Started Decorating Glass Jars, Bottles and Vases

You need just a few items to get started;

1. Stained Glass Cobbles

2. A glass container

3. Glass beads(optional)

4. Glass adhesive and a wood skewer or toothpick.

Set up a work area where there is good ventilation. The adhesive is very strong scented so I prefer to have a fan circulating the air while I craft. "Cobble" on a covered work surface, newspaper works fine.

I use an old rag to cradle my glass container keeping it stable while I am gluing.

I also like to put my adhesive standing upright in an old jar or glass so that as I craft the glue is readily available.

Spread your glass cobbles out either on the table top or on a white paper plate so that you can easily view the different sizes and shapes of the pieces.

If you are using a flat faced glass container you can lay out your glass directly onto the surface then glue each piece. However, most vessels are curved, so you should have an idea of your design before you start gluing.

Scroll down to view all the different finished pieces that I have collected to inspire your creative thoughts.

In Part II of the "Basic Glass Crafting Techniques" I will go over how to set up your design. See you soon!

Stained Glass Ocean Breeze Vase - Wonderful as a Diffuser Bottle

Bead Craft using Stained Glass Cobbles on a recycled glass bottle
Bead Craft using Stained Glass Cobbles on a recycled glass bottle

This glass vase measures 7" in height. It took 3 ounces of Crystal Clear Mini-Cobblets and approximately 1 ounce of mixed blue beads to complete. Please note that the bottle height and shape size will determine the amount of Stained Glass Cobbles needed to complete the project, as well as the spacing between the glass pieces.

How to Decorate Glass Jars using Stained Glass Cobbles and Glass Beads
How to Decorate Glass Jars using Stained Glass Cobbles and Glass Beads

Basic Glass Crafting Techniques Part II

Marking Your Design Then "Cobbling"

Most of the finished glass jars shown were "cobbled" free handed. The above "Ocean Breeze Vase" was cobbled in three sections with a band of blue glass beads between each glass mosaic. To get equal sized sections I first measured the section of the vase where I was going to cobble then divided it by 3. I then took 3--1/8" wide rubber bands and placed them on the vase where I wanted to place the glass beads. I then proceeded to glue on my Mini-Cobblets, let them dry, took off the bands and glued on the beads to finish the vase. A very simple craft with a beautiful finished piece.

There are three size selections of Stained Glass Cobbles;

1. MiniCobblets

2. Cobbles

3. Cobbs, the big guys

In the Ocean Vase the little clear Mini-Cobblets were used. To apply to the vase I smeared a small amount of adhesive directly onto the vase then sprinkled the Mini-Cobblets on top of the glue, pushing them in place in a single layer while making sure they were in contact with the glue.

This process is repeated until the glass mosaic is complete.

Cobbles, the mid-sized pieces, can be applied using the same glue application then individually placed to adhere. Another technique is to use the wood skewer to smear glue to each piece then place to adhere, this allows you more control over the spacing between cobbles.

Cobbs, the big guys, should be individually smeared with adhesive and then placed.

Really easy!!!

Mini Mosaic Flower Vase - A great first time crafting project.

Decorating Idea using stained glass, beads, and a recycled glass vase
Decorating Idea using stained glass, beads, and a recycled glass vase

This little 5-sided bottle measures a whopping 3 1/2" tall. It's one of those projects that you make one, then a couple more because they are so easy and quick to make, and maybe a couple more. I love using them lined up on my kitchen windowsill and I have also used them as a table centerpiece set out on a mirror for added color reflection. A friend of mine likes to use one on a nightstand in the guest bedroom as a little way of saying "So glad that you are here". Sweet!

Almost forgot! This little guy took 2 1/2 ounces of Mixed Color Glass pieces to cover 3 of the 5 sides.

Glass Bottle Mosaic Tower - A decorator's fave

Old Glass Bottle Decorated with Stained Glass Cobbles
Old Glass Bottle Decorated with Stained Glass Cobbles

This old bottle was a fun find. 16" tall it reminds me of a tower thus it's name! I used Mixed Gold Cobbs(the big guys) and spaced the pieces far enough away from each other to give it a more dramatic look. I used about 7 to 8 ounces of glass. It is really an eye-catcher, great decorator piece.

Butterfly Mosaic Bottle - A Favorite

Butterfly beaded stained glass recycled bottle
Butterfly beaded stained glass recycled bottle

This sweet 5" tall bottle is so captivating and makes a treasured gift. Filled with bath salts, bubble bath or hand lotion it can be given to even the grumpiest family member and it will put a smile on their face. Only the bottle front was cobbled so it takes very little time and very little glass. I used half of a package of Mixed Blue Cobbles and a little less than that of Mixed Green Cobbles for a total of 2 1/2 ounces. I added a four glass butterflies and a few glass e-beads, with a raffia bow tied around the bottle neck. A craft project you will be "crazy about".

How to decorate glass bottles with beads
How to decorate glass bottles with beads

Basic Glass Crafting Techniques Part III

Bead Art Basics

I always put glass beads on last after I have finished my cobbling. This can be the most "cross-eyed" part of the project....those little tiny beads love to go flying in all directions so I have discovered that the easiest way for me to adhere them to the bottle (in the place where I want them to stay put), is by using the pointed end of a wood skewer or toothpick. I first use the skewer to lay down a drop of glue on the the spot where the bead is to go, then I take the still sticky skewer, pick up the bead, and then place it.

Now I have to admit most of the time no matter how careful I try to be I get glued! I find glue on my hands, behind my ears, you name it and I probably have been "glued" there as well! I can't tell you how it happens, it just does! Gremlins I think.

Seashell Diffuser Bottle

Glass Craft with seashells, beads, and stained glass cobbles
Glass Craft with seashells, beads, and stained glass cobbles

Aren't scented diffuser bottles wonderful?

I just love the ones I have but I hate to throw the old glass bottles away when the oil has lost its scent. So I have gone on a personal campaign to up-cycle them.

I embellish them with cobbles and just replace the oil and reeds.

This one is a 4 1/2" tall bottle decorated with a 2 1/2 ounce package of Mixed Blue Stained Glass Cobbles with a few Green Cobbles leftover from another project, a few seashells and glass beads (it is cobbled just on the front side).

And what a charmer it turned out to be!

Stained Glass Cobbles Mixed Color Assortment
Stained Glass Cobbles Mixed Color Assortment

All About Stained Glass Cobbles

Stained Glass Cobbles are small pieces of Cathedral Art Glass manufactured by Optimum Art Glass here in the USA. Each piece has been softly rounded for safe handling making crafting with them a breeze. Cobbles are available in three sizes; Mini-Cobblets, Cobbles, and Cobbs (the big guys) and come in a variety of gorgeous transparent colors. They are made from recycled bottles and plate glass, so when you chose "Cobbles" you are crafting "green". There are numerous craft applications for them, so be sure to check out my other lenses for more craft ideas and project templates.

Below you can see the three sizes of Stained Glass Cobbles as a reference for your crafting needs. They can be purchased online at Amazon.

See all of the beautiful colors of glass available here!

Stained Glass MiniCobblets shown to size with a penny
Stained Glass MiniCobblets shown to size with a penny

Stained Glass MiniCobblets

Cute little tiny pieces of glass great for a quick fill in of space or in a more detailed design. I have a friend that used them in her table top Zen garden, turned out quite captivating.

Stained Glass Cobbles shown to size with a penny
Stained Glass Cobbles shown to size with a penny

Stained Glass Cobbles

This is the most widely used size, great for mosaics of all types. Can also be used in jewelry, stepping stones, and body piercing (just kidding).

Stained Glass Cobbs shown to size with a penny
Stained Glass Cobbs shown to size with a penny

Stained Glass Cobbs

The Big Guys

Cobbs are perfect for filling in large areas of mosaics, they also work beautifully in stepping stones and can be made into gorgeous jewelry pendants. Another fun use is in crafting wind chimes.

Stained Glass Oil Lamp

Make your own glass oil lamp with stained glass cobbles
Make your own glass oil lamp with stained glass cobbles

This is a little round bottle that is 4 1/2" tall.

Three sections were cobbled using a 2 1/2 ounce package of Mixed Color Cobbles.

Light Blue craft wire was wrapped around the bottle neck then two wire wrapped Cobbles were attached to the wire wrap and hung from the three "uncobbled" sections.

The bottle was topped with a polymer clay ball embedded with an oil lamp wick holder and wick.

For a bit more information on how to make the oil lamp bottle top see below.

Stained Glass Cobbles Multi Colored Avatar
Stained Glass Cobbles Multi Colored Avatar

Oil Lamp Crafting Basics

When making your own Oil Lamp be sure to choose a bottle that can' t tip over easily. Use only sturdy flat bottomed bottles and please keep it away from children and big wagging tails on dogs. To make the ball use polymer clay in a color of your choice. Knead the clay to make it soft and pliable then form it into a ball that will cover the opening of the bottle top. Using a toothpick form a hole in the ball big enough to house the oil wick holder. After fitting the wick holder you will probably have to reshape the ball making sure the wick holder is snug in the clay. Following the manufacturers directions bake the polymer clay ball in an oven with the wick holder encased. Once cool, insert the wick into the ball, fill your bottle with the suggested lamp oil (see Amazon list below) and place the wick and ball on top of the bottle.

Brass Tube Wick Holder & Wick - Set of 2
Brass Tube Wick Holder & Wick - Set of 2

Bright Brass Tube Wick Holder & Wick - 1 piece - Fits 0.25 inch to 0.50 inch opening. Rounded collar that has a Diameter about 0.33 inches - Tip extends, about one-eighth inch - Includes Fiberglass Wick

Crystal Clear Candle Oil and Lamp Oil
Crystal Clear Candle Oil and Lamp Oil

Tropical Lights Candle Oil ... 99.5 percent pure liquid paraffin .. smokeless and odorless - Crystal Clear -- 16 oz. Bottle


Flower Garden Oil Lamp

Beads, Glass Bottles, and Stained Glass Cobbles for a Mosaic Design
Beads, Glass Bottles, and Stained Glass Cobbles for a Mosaic Design

This 4" tall triangular oil lamp bottle is another fun way to craft way into the night. With this project you will have a little light to look forward to. Only the front of this bottle was cobbled with 2 1/2 ounces of Mixed Colors Stained Glass Cobbles, four yellow glass flower beads, and a few glass e-beads. Cute isn't it?

For instructions on making it into an oil lamp see "Oil Lamp Crafting Basics" above.

Message In A Bottle - For Sending a Love Letter

Stained Glass Cobbles Message in a Bottle Craft
Stained Glass Cobbles Message in a Bottle Craft

To learn how to craft this bottle see the complete directions at "Making a Stained Glass Valentine Bottle".

Little Clear Vase...Easy Crafting - The Simplest of Them All

Decorating jars with stained glass cobbles
Decorating jars with stained glass cobbles

This little 3" high container was a garage sale find and I really didn't know what to do with it. So a few Crystal Clear Cobbles were adhered and "that's all folks". It is just "cute as a bugs ear" and so easy a big bug could do it if he had thumbs.

Glass Jug

Craft reusing bottles and stained glass cobbles
Craft reusing bottles and stained glass cobbles

Recycling Old Bottles Into Treasures

Bottle design using Stained Glass Cobbles
Bottle design using Stained Glass Cobbles

Questions & Answers

    Please leave your comments - Thank you so much for visiting

      0 of 8192 characters used
      Post Comment

      • profile image 16 months ago

        First time I have commented outside of face book I'm new tocomputer been an artist for ever just about to open an etsy store. OK so I really liked your ideas some similar to my own some different. I expect you know this already here goes. It is super easy to make your own "cobbles" take s colored bottle and cut it up with wire nippers (yes ware gloves and goggles) I do mine in the bottom of a 5 gallon bucket try to cutt bottle so pieces are flatter then when you have 2or3 bottlesvsllbin small pieces put them all in a rock tumbler with medium grit run for about 6to8hours I reclaim my grit sobeach time I run it it takes a little longerbsbout 5times then its shot and I need more grit. When time is up pour all thru a strainer rinse grit into a bucket and then rinse your glass a lot outside. Do not let grit in to your house drain it will clog it up like forever. After a while the grit in bucket sinks you can pour off water and use again. O .k it would be fun to hear back from you(like a note in a bottle) thanks again for sharing your ideas Anastasia vincent

      • kavalonthatsme profile image

        kavalonthatsme 4 years ago

        HELLO! I enjoyed your lens, I found your lens, because I was searching for something a little similar, thank you for your inspiration - you really rock!!!

      • Cynthia Haltom profile image

        Cynthia Haltom 4 years ago from Diamondhead

        I am always amazed by the projects you can do with glass. What an excellent way to recycle glass bottles. I can't wait to get started on my own projects.

      • profile image

        anonymous 4 years ago

        I just love all these glass decorating bottles, so many beautiful ideas. I keep a few color bottles around the house and just add a rose, but after seeing this, I am going to decorate them all. Thank you!

      • about-pomeranian profile image

        about-pomeranian 5 years ago

        Beauuuuuuuuuutiful.........................really amazing.

      • EmmaCooper LM profile image

        EmmaCooper LM 5 years ago

        I'm all for crafts using recycled materials :)

      • profile image

        anonymous 5 years ago

        What a beautiful way to decorate and use glass bottles. I love the flower garden oil lamp. Wonderful lens!

      • profile image

        WomanAtWork21 5 years ago

        That is lovely! So creative!!

      • XpectMore profile image

        XpectMore 5 years ago

        What an amazing idea for the glass jars that we have laying around because they are cool or they mean something but, do not know what to do with. Perfect gift ideas. Nice deco for the home or office. You dear, are extremely crafty and creative. I really enjoyed your lens. This craft will even fit well with St. Patrick's Day coming up.

      • PinkstonePictures profile image

        PinkstonePictures 5 years ago from Miami Beach, FL

        oh yes, I can also see this working with sea-glass too

      • PinkstonePictures profile image

        PinkstonePictures 5 years ago from Miami Beach, FL

        Beautiful. They look amazing. What a wonderful present these would make

      • hovirag profile image

        hovirag 5 years ago

        so many excellent ideas! wonderrful lense!

      • nicksanders lm profile image

        nicksanders lm 5 years ago

        Wow, some of these are really amazing!

      • street2linen profile image

        street2linen 5 years ago

        Beautiful and great crafting idea!

      • SakuraH profile image

        SakuraH 5 years ago

        So beautiful each bottle!!! And the last one with the heart in it, it would be an amazing gift for your loved ones!! Maybe next time I'll give someone a present instead of buying it I'll make a glass mosaic bottle! Thanks for the steps on crafting it <3 <3

      • mattcrepas profile image

        mattcrepas 5 years ago

        Well I figured out a special gift for the fiancée. Thank you for the information and know-how.

      • pshinde2109 lm profile image

        pshinde2109 lm 5 years ago

        wow...nice lense

      • Alessandro Zambon profile image

        Alessandro Zamboni 5 years ago from Italy

        I like the glass crafts you proposed on this lens, giving not only indication on how to create them from zero, but also telling where to find the pieces! Awesome, two thumbs up!

      • profile image

        The-Quirky-Banana 5 years ago

        And congrats on the Purple Star and Lens of the Day! :D

      • profile image

        The-Quirky-Banana 5 years ago

        Great Photos here! Stained Glass makes for beautiful pieces! :)

      • profile image

        anonymous 5 years ago

        Such beautiful work. I love the Message in a Bottle, too. I always thought about stained glass for windows, but the bottles make it a perfect way to have it all over your home. Thank you for sharing your ideas.

      • FRANCOEUR profile image

        FRANCOEUR 5 years ago

        Such a wonderful lens! I have so many discarded bottles.....Now i know how to use them.Thank you.

      • Gardenerman profile image

        Gardenerman 5 years ago

        Great lens. Love how easy it is to make such beautiful works of art!

      • RestlessKnights profile image

        RestlessKnights 5 years ago

        Very nice stuff!

      • toronto-wedding profile image

        toronto-wedding 5 years ago

        No words............It's simply awesome.........great..........superb..........excellent.........I love your work of art.

      • profile image

        anonymous 5 years ago

        Very nice post and images, i like it

      • CarrieLee2 profile image

        CarrieLee2 5 years ago

        Rita - Absolutely Breathtaking! And some wonderful ideas for complementing the main idea of this lens!

        OH DEAR, now you have introduced me to yet ANOTHER absolutely beautiful hobby (I blame this lens totally) that I likely will never have time to do, but which now I feel I NEED to do. Thank you much for the beauty above, and you definitely absolutely deserve the feature lens for this one!

      • profile image

        DebW07 5 years ago

        The message in a bottle glass mosaic is beautiful.

      • profile image

        anonymous 5 years ago

        Truly beautiful!

      • profile image

        MooshkaDaisy 5 years ago

        It's a very different idea to everything I've seen about mosaics. Great lens, thank you for your work!

      • profile image

        anonymous 5 years ago

        thank you for shareing i am really impressed with this .....!!!!

      • profile image

        anonymous 5 years ago

        I have had so many lovely shaped bottles that i just couldn't keep and had to eventually discard. Well now i have found a nice hobby and will keep my newly acquired empty bottles to make pretty pieces like these you have here.

        Awesome designs RitaK. I really love them all.

      • profile image

        JadaFuego 5 years ago

        This is beautiful.......just beautiful......definitely a great gifting, and craft idea...

      • profile image

        kellygibson 5 years ago

        This is a Great of brightening up bottles.

      • MariaB LM profile image

        MariaB LM 5 years ago

        Like the picture of the first bottle, will be pinning.

      • Aibrean82 profile image

        Aibrean82 5 years ago

        I never thought of doing this before, but they are really beautiful! I do like doing crafts although I am a bit clumsy - especially when glue is involved...

      • ForestsOfTranqu profile image

        ForestsOfTranqu 5 years ago

        Oh my gosh, these glass jars are gorgeous! And your lens is awesome!

      • profile image

        anonymous 5 years ago

        Such a cool craft! *blessed by a squid angel*

      • profile image

        TrezNafien 5 years ago

        Very pretty! Tasteful and good for window sills I imagine! Thank you for sharing this!

      • ViJuvenate profile image

        ViJuvenate 5 years ago

        Wonderful idea! I wonder how they get the glass bits so smooth... I love this. I have several crafty friends, so I am also pinning this. :o)

      • profile image

        GetAcneFree 5 years ago

        I love this - beautiful!

      • Outdoor Gal profile image

        Outdoor Gal 5 years ago

        Oh so crafty! It's a great way to recycle old bottles and have pretty vases too!

      • TheHealthCabin profile image

        TheHealthCabin 5 years ago

        This has inspired me to get creative, many thanks!

      • imzuddin profile image

        imzuddin 5 years ago

        Great lens. Never really thought about doing that until now :D

      • profile image

        lynnebridges 5 years ago

        wow, you have some very pretty bottles featured on this lens... not sure i want to make any of them, but definitely would consider buying for a gift or myself

      • kaposzta profile image

        kaposzta 5 years ago

        You are really talented, these bottles are so beautiful! I'll show this lens to my girlfriend, she loves glass decoration :)

      • profile image

        contentlove 5 years ago

        Extremely beautiful creation!

        Loved them all...

      • kerryhrabstock profile image

        kerryhrabstock 5 years ago

        Very nice. I'll probably try this out when I get some free time. Beautiful bottles.

      • alaiamax lm profile image

        alaiamax lm 5 years ago

        I super like this lens. The design are perfectly beautiful.

      • RaintreeAnnie profile image

        RaintreeAnnie 5 years ago from UK

        These are so very beautiful! A really lovely page on stained mosaic glass bottle crafts. Angel Blessings :)

      • profile image

        I-Like-Books 5 years ago

        Very beautiful and mesmerizing pieces! I think this is a very nice inside activity that could keep you busy during this long cold winter :)

      • profile image

        anonymous 5 years ago

        This is so beautiful..I should try this at home!

      • profile image

        NewUsedCarsSacramento 5 years ago

        Beautiful pieces of work.

      • profile image

        DecoratingMom411 5 years ago

        Beautiful glass crafts. You are very talented.

      • PenguinGirl111 profile image

        PenguinGirl111 5 years ago

        So pretty! And these would make a lovely gift! I may try making some for Xmas next year.

      • profile image

        saswat-das-501 5 years ago

        very good lens!

      • LizMac60 profile image

        Liz Mackay 5 years ago from United Kingdom

        Lovely stuff. Blessed.

      • SheilaMilne profile image

        SheilaMilne 5 years ago from Kent, UK

        You make it looks so easy!

      • LotusLandry profile image

        LotusLandry 5 years ago from Southern California

        I am a user of E6000. This project is a cousin of my cherished-collage-pins lens.

      • cassyspratt profile image

        cassyspratt 5 years ago

        These are all so wonderful looking!

      • darciefrench lm profile image

        darciefrench lm 5 years ago

        Such beautiful decorating ideas here, I had to return to look again as these gorgeous vases and refresh the blessing

      • InternetMarkete profile image

        InternetMarkete 5 years ago

        Wow these are gorgeous!

      • profile image

        anonymous 5 years ago

        You are very good at this. Great lens.

      • profile image

        Helene-Malmsio 5 years ago

        What a delightful and simple craft with stained glass mosaics.... I will definitely have to give this a try. Congratulations on a beautiful and very useful crafting lens.

      • dawnrepurposes profile image

        dawnrepurposes 5 years ago

        I love your lens! I have collected bottles for years! Your lens gave me a reason to keep collecting and fresh ideas with what to do with them! Love it!

      • Eighteen18 profile image

        Eighteen18 5 years ago

        So pretty

      • chinaholiday profile image

        chinaholiday 5 years ago

        So beautiful.

      • Masterdevin123 profile image

        Masterdevin123 5 years ago

        Great lens!! And a great rainy day activity too! Visit my lens to see some more great rainy day activities...

      • CrossCreations profile image

        Carolan Ross 5 years ago from St. Louis, MO

        Just a wonderful upcycling idea, love these mosaic bottle craft ideas. I wonder where you get the oil and reeds for making diffusers from your own crafted bottles???

      • clouda9 lm profile image

        clouda9 lm 5 years ago

        Gorgeous! Thanks for inspiring the creative side of my brain. :) Congrats for being one of Squidoo's favorite lenses of 2012! (

      • montanatravel52 profile image

        montanatravel52 5 years ago

        Beautiful ideas... got some of my creative juices flowing:) They look fun, thanks for sharing great ideas!

      • profile image

        hongrosaonline101 5 years ago

        it takes time to done the thing but it's beatiful

      • profile image

        pamlen 5 years ago

        These are so lovely, very fantastic lense!

      • ArtzeeChris LM profile image

        ArtzeeChris LM 5 years ago

        Wow these are just beautiful! I love this idea and they would make such wonderful gifts. I could see making a vase like this putting some flowers in it and giving to my kids teachers for teacher appreciation week. I had never heard of glass cobbles before they just so cool. I'm guessing you could probably use sea glass in the same way if you wanted to. Thanks so much for putting together such a great lens on this.

      • profile image

        azamkhan760 5 years ago

        wow nice creations

      • profile image

        clothesbiz 5 years ago


        Share a website with you ,

        ( )

        Believe you will love it.

        We accept any form of payment.

      • PuttinUpWithSuzy profile image

        PuttinUpWithSuzy 5 years ago

        Beautiful! I LOVE the sea vase and also the butterfly one. (I'm partial to butterflies.) I have some of this glue that I bought for another project. I have some glass jars/containers that I can use. I've got tons of beads and I'm sure some are glass. Gonna have to get some cobbles though. This would make lovely Mother's Day gifts. Or any gift.

      • Frederiksocial LM profile image

        Frederiksocial LM 5 years ago

        I love your lens.. Very beautiful pictures you post here! I'll keep your lens in the back of my head :-)

      • kerilovesadeal profile image

        kerilovesadeal 5 years ago

        Ohhhoooooooooooooo. So pretty. Thank you for sharing. I know a couple of ladies that would love to get one of these for flowers or bath salts. Adding to my crafting "to-do list". Hehe. :D (I want one or two or three myself. ;D)

      • profile image

        arsib65 5 years ago

        Wow... neat lens! Would like to try to make a mosaic bottle. They're beautiful!

      • LacyChenault profile image

        Lacy 5 years ago from Chenault

        I love putting pretty colored vases in front of my windows for a nice stained glass effect. E-6000 here I COME!

      • profile image

        JJMagee 5 years ago

        These are really beautiful!

      • LauraHofman profile image

        Laura Hofman 5 years ago from Naperville, IL

        Wow! You have inspired me! Lovely ideas and your beautiful creations make excellent gifts. I can't wait to try my hand at this craft. Thank you!

      • profile image

        WinWriter 5 years ago

        I want to try this. You've given me inspiration. *Blessed *

      • AllThingsPotter profile image

        AllThingsPotter 5 years ago

        This is a great idea!

      • dawnsnewbeginning profile image

        dawnsnewbeginning 5 years ago

        Beautiful ideas!

      • GreenerDays profile image

        GreenerDays 5 years ago

        Really beautiful creations. I live near the ocean, and now have some wonderful ideas to do with the sea glass we find on the beach!

      • DLeighAlexander profile image

        DLeighAlexander 5 years ago

        Beautiful decorations! angel blessed :)

      • juicefy profile image

        juicefy 5 years ago

        creative bottle~~~I like it~~thanks for sharing.

      • Celticep profile image

        Celticep 5 years ago

        Beautiful creations, must try this idea some time!

      • profile image

        shahed4u2 5 years ago

        Thank you.

      • monarch13 profile image

        monarch13 5 years ago

        Back to tell you what a great lens this is!

      • profile image

        ayden010 5 years ago

        Wow, the message in the bottle is my favorite! great lense :)

      • profile image

        aleighrea 5 years ago

        I am always treasure hunting for bottles and vases. Now I have even more ways to use them. Great ideas! Thanks for sharing!

      • PromptWriter profile image

        Moe Wood 5 years ago from Eastern Ontario

        Beautiful and it looks like something I could do!

      • imagelist lm profile image

        imagelist lm 5 years ago

        great lens...thanks for the info

      • kimark421 profile image

        kimark421 5 years ago

        Wow! Really cool. Thanks for the great lens!

      • greentiger11 profile image

        greentiger11 5 years ago

        The wife would really appreciate this lens. Gotta share this with her! Great lens!

      • profile image

        Bobbing4Apples 5 years ago

        I LOVE these. What a fabulous idea. The butterfly mosaic is gorgeous. I have got to try it! Nice job on this lens!

      • profile image

        anonymous 5 years ago

        Wow - I am inspired to get creative! Thanks for this lens