Travel-size Skelegro Bottle

I made this for a Harry Potter swap a few years ago. It started life as a large vanilla extract bottle. I added clip art from Dover and a plastic skull ring. I keep it on an old spice cabinet in my kitchen, along with vintage spice bottles. Later versions of the bottle had a slightly smaller label.

vanilla extract bottle, Dover clip art, plastic skull ring

Travel-size Skelegro front: vanilla extract bottle, Dover clip art, plastic skull ring

Travel-size Skelegro back

Travel-size Skelegro back


2 Responses to “Travel-size Skelegro Bottle”

  1. 1 LizP September 29, 2008 at 1:20 pm

    ROFL! You make the COOLEST Harry Potter related stuff.

  2. 2 techmom236 September 30, 2008 at 5:32 pm

    It was very fun to make. Besides, if I am going to save all these funny little bottles, I need to make use of them. A collection of empty bottles isn’t anywhere near as much fun as decorated bottles.

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