Magical Floating Potion Bottle

2 Materials
90 Minutes

Well, hello there! I bet you just love hearing from me so often these days :-) What can I say – Halloween is just around the corner, and as the Witch of the Patch, I still have quite a lot of catching up to do with my crafts. Soon little wizards and witches will be at our door, so I have tons of potions to make, dozens of spells to cast and lots of treats to serve. Thankfully my self-floating potion bottle is doing its job like clockwork, so at least I don't have to worry about my spiders going hungry!

Say what? Oh you are wondering how I made that? It was pretty easy, and if you can spare an hour, you can easily make one for your little wizard or witch, and watch them amaze their friends with their own floating potion bottles ;-)

Ok enough of my yapping, so let's get on with our project, shall we?

I started my project by cutting two pieces of copper tubing. The long one is approximately a foot long and the short one is 3-4 inches long.

Next, I took the copper tubing out to flatten them.


 CLICK HERE TO SEE how I got my potion bottle floating using copper tubing.


Then I embellished the bottle with spider webs and that was the end of this project.

So how do you like my magical floating potion bottle?

It is like magic, isn't it? No wonder all the little wizards and witches out there loves this. I have to say it makes a great conversation piece for all ages ;-)

I hope you liked my magical floating potion bottle! If it is too scary for you then maybe you'll like my crackled gilded pumpkins.

Although mostly I used Dollar store pumpkins to make them they indeed look very high-end.


 CLICK HERE TO SEE THE TUTORIAL for crackled gilded pumpkins.


And the best part is that they are indeed so easy to make.

Thanks for reading and happy crafting!

Handan, xo

Suggested materials:
  • Copper tubing
  • Hammer
Handan & Greg @ The Navage Patch
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  • Viv Viv on Sep 21, 2017
    Where do you get colored hot glue sticks?

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  • Maude  LaFountain Maude LaFountain on Sep 21, 2017
    Well now I just happen to have some copper tubing and I'm sure I can find a glass bottle somewhere in my stash and I just need to get the red hot glue and by golly I am going to make this for my Halloween Party that I am having ...Oh yeah glad I seen this and thank you for posting .....I love it .....

  • Mary Boger Mary Boger on Sep 23, 2017
    Totally awesome!!