When closed I cut out a second bottle, again backing with black cardstock, added a little Black Soot Distress paint and using Ranger Glossy Accents across the surface for the appearance of glass. Before adhering this bottle to the outside flap, I tied a piece of red dyed seam binding ribbon to the bottle. The bottle and the Tim Holtz mini locket were adhered with multi medium. The mini key, with the same seam binding was tied to the key and placed over the inside edge of the box. On the bottom of the box I added Tim Holtz box foot corners with E6000 adhesive.
For the top of the box, I adhered a Prima Say it in Crystals flourish, extending it down onto the front of the flap. I used Glue and Seal over this piece to add extra strength to the adhesive, but had to scrape off the glue from each crystal, as it gave it a matte finish. Alpha stickers from my stash were adhered, layered with Glossy Accents and sprinkled with Clear Rock Candy Distress Glitter, a few roses sprayed with red Glimmer Mist were also added to the corner.
I think the Mad Hatter's Hat is my favorite addition to the box, cut from a pattern found on the internet (two sizes, this is the smaller size), using the Mad Tea Party papers to make the layers adhered to thin chipboard. This was also sealed with Glue and Seal for extra stability. Adding a few fibers around the base, adding a bit of glue to keep from untying.
Here is a side view of the layered bottle, which will lift open when the flap is lifted, revealing the bottom layer in full when opened. (shown in first photo above). I look forward to filling my box with tags from the cut out sheet in the collection, and my favorite quotes from the book and movies.
Thanks for looking & scrappy smiles! Donna Sullivan