I’m known to collect every vintage Norgesglas (Norwegian Mason jar) and milk bottle I come across, and I love to use them for my projects. I’m always looking for new ways to use them, and came up with this way of displaying tags in vintage milk bottles:
I just filled the bottom of the bottles with a little coarse sea salt, adjusted my tags to fit, and they are ready to be viewed 🙂 Another 10 minute project with a new twist 😀
I love how the old glas seems to magnify the images, almost like they are more alive! I suggest using one of my sets of large tags for this project, I printed them in half size (two pages on one A4-sheet). (click on images below to go the original posts and download the tags)
I also printed Christmas sheet music on the back of these, nice if they are displayed on a table, or somewhere where one can catch a glimpse of the flip sides too. Julie at The Old Design Shop has a nice selection of Christmas sheet music HERE. And Angie at Knick of Time offers a nice selection HERE (scroll down to music).
The files are free for your personal use and enjoyment. Go to the download folder below to grab your high quality copies 🙂
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