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I love the horseshoe one, since one of the most badass pagan goddesses and one who is often associated with witches (does the name Morgan le Fay ring a bell?) has, as one of her incarnations, a goddess whose symbol is a horse.

Final bottle which is my favorite. It turned into a mermaid lagoon bottle because of the colored shells. Each pictured is of the same bottle. The shells were arranged using a pair of tweezers to best place them in the bottle. I kept the water clear so that all of the colored shells could be easily seen. Then superglued the cork in place.

Three more bottles finished. Look to my earlier posts to see where supplies were purchased and the ways to created the oceans in a bottle. The first is a reef with coral, shark teeth and shells. The second is more of a lake or river made with stones sticks plants and a little fish. The third is a tide pool with small pebbles, shells and a few plants. The water is just clear glue and all corks are superglued in.

Another bottle complete. This one i made into a necklace. The grass was a few pieces i picked from my yard and placed in the sand the shells were purchased at hobby lobby. To make the water blue i took some clear craft glue and some blue food dye mixed it separately and mixed a little in at a time as i added the clear craft glue to the bottle to make the water.

Another bottle complete. This one i made into a necklace. The grass was a few pieces i picked from my yard and placed in the sand the shells were purchased at hobby lobby. To make the water blue i took some clear craft glue and some blue food dye mixed it separately and mixed a little in at a time as i added the clear craft glue to the bottle to make the water.