How do you do it? Coming up with great idea after great idea. Another cool one!!By the way - am glad that your blog is fully up and running again. I like the way you have this weekly theme. Neat and tidy and always full of creativity!
You are clever, clever, clever - each one of these is more clever, when will you be done? When you get to the end of the case?
You are so sweet Sonja! I, too, am happy that my computer is back in action. I'm thankful that you like my ideas. This inspires me to think up of more! Take care :)
Claire, these are such great ideas for a glass bottle. There's no Starbucks yet in Italy, but once there is, I'm going to get one and try one of these ideas.Hope you're having a happy week!
Hi Melissa! Your comment made me giggle :) I think you have an image of me a-buzz with caffeine, drinking bottle after bottle!Hello Reese...you can use other kinds of bottles for this (ex. cold tea, olive oil, etc.) -- no need to wait for Starbucks :)Thanks for your comments guys!
Yay, I love this one!
Oh, thanks Catherine! :-)
Very cute...especially the hot chocolate and marshmallows. I never have marshmallows when I want hot chocolate!
Thanks Barbara! I wish you a warm cup of cocoa topped with many, many marshmallows :)
Thanks for your comment on my blog today. This is my first visit to yours. I love all your ideas for how to use the beautiful bottle. Have you read Rita Konig's book Domestic Bliss? You remind me of her (except she has a British accent.)
This is so smart! I am totally going to do this! Thanks for the great tip Claire!~Morganhttp://meetvirginiaandroo.blogspot.com/ http://www.etsy.com/shop/MeetVirginiaShop
Welcome to my blog Glenda! I love Rita Konig from Domino Magazine...didn't know she has a book! Thanks for letting me know and thanks so much for the compliment!
Hi Morgan! Thanks for your regular visits :)
Clever. I never would have thought to use that as anything new.
Thanks for checking out my blog Rachel Elizabeth!
Your comments are very much appreciated!