I FINALLY have the plans available for the blue bottle ladders. Sorry this took so long. Once Sorticulture was finished I was going to work on these and have them ready 3 weeks ago. THEN! My back went out and I didn't move much for the next 2 weeks. BUT! Here they are! Ready and waiting for you over on Etsy!!!
For $10.00, this includes mailing, you will receive the 6 sheet work schematic on how to make this and a cover sheet explaining a few tips on making this. It will give you all the information you need to build these little beauties!
These have been a hit at my shows my blog and on Pinterest. The first time I showed you these fun pieces was back on May 21, 2012. Since that day, that blog page has over 11,000 page hits! Not too shabby! YAY!!! Thanks guys!!!!
I have no problem with you making these and selling them anywhere EXCEPT any show I am in or on Etsy or eBay. That's where I would be selling them. I think the lowest price I had on these was $70.00 at my shows. Ask any price you can get away with, it's okay with me... :)
I don't mind you telling people these plans are available and directing them here or to my Etsy page. I would really appreciate it if you did. I worked very hard to get this piece built just right. It took several tries and many mistakes to get it the way I believe it should look. I had the prints professionally made so they can be easily read and followed. Please do not share these prints online (i.e.: blogs, facebook, etc.). Thank you for understanding how much work I put into this so you could enjoy making this too!
Wanna refresh your memory on what these babies look like???
OKAY! Here we go!
|Plain and simple!|
|I SOOOOOOOOO love blue in the garden.|
If you don't have blue, use any color you can find.
Mix the colors if you'd like.
|You can add a birdhouse on top!|
|Try adding words to the frame. |
These are brass stencils.
|One plain and one with an old power insulator on top.|
This is fun whether it's plain or with some thing extra on it.
I hope you'll check out my Etsy page and pick up a print. THEN please let me know how you do. I would love to see pictures of your finished projects!!!
Always remember, if you ever have any questions ,,, just ask. That's what I'm here for!!!
Thanks so much!!! Shelley