Sunday, November 25, 2007

handwash dispenser turned paintbrush container using alcohol inks

this is an original handwash dispenser i bought from rustans. i was not so adamant to throw it away so i thought of altering it instead.

materials:
handwash dispenser
twill ribbon (7 gypsies)
prima flowers
faux candle wax
fibers
round tags
distress ink ( denim)
stickles ( blue)
modge podge

instructions:

1. wash dispenser container well and clean.
2. use alcohol ink directly on the plastic container.
3. attach twill ribbon on the lower portion.
4. before attaching flower, distress it with distress ink.
5. attach flower and faux candle wax embellishment.
6. make 2 holes on each side of the cover using crop a dile.
7. attach ribbon with round tag for support.
8. use alcohol ink ( one color only) for the transparent cover.
9. use stickles on the mouth of the dispenser.
10. modge podge the entire plastic dispenser and flower.
11. its now ready for your paintbrushes.


they are good not only on metals but on plastics as well. i have lots and lots of dispensers, do you?

2 comments:

Candy Bonoan-Lagazon said...

Galing naman, Cabbie! As usual, tulo ang laway ko sa gawa mo. Hay, naku,I really should learn how to do alcohol inks! Matagal ko nang sinasabi iyan a!

C70 said...

very creative work! love how your dispenser looks like! haha! you've single-handedly started the alcohol ink craze here in Manila!!! ;)

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