I personally like realistic minis. Those which when you look at them make you think they might be full sized. You might like that too. But sometimes real is expensive. Sure, you can get fabulous glass bottles and fill them and label them after you paid 20 bucks for ONE. But if you need a whole big lot of potion bottles and you can get a whole assortment of bottles for easy and cheap, wouldn't you like to? Yes, you would!
All you need is right here
Because I can teach you how to make tons of miniature potion bottles, jars and pots with this tutorial. And by the way, you don't need to make witchy potion bottles or fill up a wizard's supply closet. You can use these same techniques to make normal things to fill up a regular kitchen pantry or prep board. Or stock up a grocery shop.
You will need to purchase the blank plastic bottles normally for wine or water. I have some on my ETSY shop (link is in the tutorial) but they are available in shops, websites and on eBay.
The Picmonkey section alone is full of value
You will just love making labels with PicMonkey, I promise. Plus, once you get used to it you will find you can do an amazing amount of things with it, including backgrounds that peek through windows, cards, collages, edit photos and make a LOT of miniatures.
Here you go:
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