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  • Ritasha Bhasin

    what a great way to display vintage photos - In glass bottles (pictures, picture frame, images, family, photographs, projects, crafts, DIY, do it yourself, interior design, home decor, easy, fun, cheap, ideas, inspiration, reduce, reuse, recycle, used, upcycle, repurpose)

  • Gabbie Bux

    Vintage photos in old bottles. What a great way to display photos!

  • Marie V.Laporte

    Vintage Photos in Glass Bottles.  Vintage photos displayed in Vintage bottles line this white fireplace mantel.

  • Vintage Goodness - Mitzi Swisher

    Old bottles + old pictures. #vintage #photo #photos #display #collection #bottles #glass

  • Alexandrea Elise Healy

    Displaying Vintage Photos in Glass Bottles and Jars Looking for the perfect way to decorate that bare mantle, bookshelf or window sill? Try using old bottles as acreative and cheap way to display lovely old photographs.Most antique stores and flea markets offer boxes of thrown out antique photos on the cheap. Even cheaper and more exciting is using your own familys old photos. Disclaimer: Just remember to make a high-quality color copy of your family photos because, dependin

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Vintage bottles, diamantes and blue ribbon - three of my favourite things *argggh, I can't stand the gorgeousness!*

I have been going to make one of these for my mom with a vtg. cup that says "Mother" on it, but I didn't think of using silverware for the photo holders. That's will be this year's Mother's day gift to my mom with vintage family pictures on it. Shh, please don't tell her :)

Shabby Chic Bottle Ornaments from old salt and pepper shakers. Neat concept

Make your own place card or table number holders. These can cost up to $7.00 ea elsewhere.

I can imagine doing something cool with photos + vintage industrial metal grating (not a memo board, but maybe clips+photos?)

I'm going to create a frame like this for our hallway!

I love glass bottle. The material is very solid but also fragile, the pieces can cut and once you drop something inside, it could be very hard to take it back out, unless you decide to break it. :)