Friday, December 5, 2008

Wizard's Apothocary

Well I made alot of Halloween decorations this year. Most of them were apothocary jars and incredients. I actually didn't get around to labeling everything. Most of the wet ingredients have shampoo of liquid soap in them.


This part wasnt't really part of the apothocary, but I had to share it anyway.
I found these signs at Hobby lobby and Michaels:
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And here are my jars, ingredients and the staging of them:

Here is the picture of a jar with Bezoar stones, magic pied pipers flute, dried potion ingredients, poison dart frogs, spider venom, etc.:
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Dehydrated Maggots, Ogre Fungus and more:
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Ogre Fungus this is actually tree moss that I found on the ground after the hurricane:
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Dehydrated Maggots:
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Love potion, preserved eyes in goo, miniature snakes:
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Love Potion
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Miniature Snakes
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Mermaid's Tears
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Elemental spiders, Baby Rats, Black Ants and Flies, Beetles, etc.
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Whole Baby Rats
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Elemental Spiders
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Doxy Eggs and Centipeds
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Grave Dirt:
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Live Giant Maggots (white fishing lures with the tails cut off) and purple water worms (purple fishing lures in blue shampoo):
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Eeeewwww, fecal worms!!!!
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Snake Venom with snake, I found this bottle on clearance at Pier One and put a cheap plastic snake in it with shampoo:
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Unicorn horn (made from Crayola air dried clay) and pixie fairy dust (glitter)

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Cursed pirates treasure
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Demons horns, cursed tresure, pheonix feathers, enchanted necklace:
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Miniature cauldrons
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Werewolf pelts
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Pheonix feathers:
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Pixie Skeletons
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Dragons' Tears
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Blood Worms
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Ogre's Blood with Pixie Dust
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6 comments:

Rissa said...

One of the coolest things I've ever seen :D

BlueCherryFaerie said...

Thanks I had a lot of fun making it all.

Lisa's Lair said...

Wow!! Can you come and do one in my house?? I love it, such clever work!!

BlueCherryFaerie said...

*snicker* They were VERY easy to make, just a bit time consuming coming up with ingredients, wording labels and collecting jars.

barrettc said...

How did you make the labels? Did you have a template?

BlueCherryFaerie said...

I used MS word to make the labels. I just found some borders that I liked, played around with the size and the wording, then printed several on a page. It was pretty easy. If you do a print preview before you print, you get an idea of how big the label will be. You can also look at the rulers along the top and sides to get an idea as well.