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Old 01-25-2008, 12:38 PM   #1  
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Hi everyone!! I need some ideas on what to put in my altered frappe bottles. i am making them for a silent auction for our montessori school. it is a parent only function. the more the ideas the better cause i will be making quite a few!!!
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I like the idea of putting milk bath in them. It would be easy to mix up a large batch and fill a bunch of bottles. There's a cute sample in the gallery using the cow from Very punny. I also took an idea from another SCS'er of embossing the cap (use a tweezers because the cap gets HOT).
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Nuggett's would fit, hershey's kisses, red hearts (cinnamon flavor). Anything chocolate would make me bid on them at the auction! I'd like to hear what other people would put in them as well. I seem to always put some sort of chocolate in mine.
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So here is an idea that i had while reading what you all have posted...what about putting some whole coffee beans in one and ground beans in another and some flavored creamers in another and maybe a flavored sugar of sorts? like vanilla sugar?? Keeping it coffee friendly...
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So here is an idea that i had while reading what you all have posted...what about putting some whole coffee beans in one and ground beans in another and some flavored creamers in another and maybe a flavored sugar of sorts? like vanilla sugar?? Keeping it coffee friendly...
I think that would be really cute...and then put them all in a basket together. I would bid on it and I don't even drink coffee.
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Subscribing - I am collecting frap bottles to alter right now so i would love to hear more ideas!

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i did one for my sis for her birthday...

i made the labels for the nuggets. i did a snowflake theme.

she loved it!

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The coffee idea is great! I have put M&M's and hershey kisses in mine. You might also consider (since it's school related) maybe office type supplies- colored paper clip, colored tacks, etc.
I've been collecting more to alter so I can't wait to see what others say.
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I put Jelly Bellys in them once. A different color in each bottle.
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i just found out that the silent auction is a Hawaiian themed...so my question still stands!
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How a about a basket or set with Kona Coffe in one, chocolate covered macadamia nuts, a lei in another.

You could also make a search and find bottle with some really fine sand and little items that when you shake the bottle you have to find.
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those are excellent ideas!!
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Do you know if any of the other parents are stampers/scrappers? You could fill a bottle with colorful primas, layers of embellishments, tropical colored ribbons, etc. Look in the Target $spot or $ stores for supplies!
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I did some manicure bottles last year. I picked up little manicure sets at the dollar store and tiny bottles of polish. They turned out great and were a huge hit.
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I am working on one now that i am filling with m&ms---they look so cute in there!
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I search yard sales for loads of buttons. I usually find bags of them pretty cheap. They look cute in the bottles. Also kisses, M & M's, nuts, bubble gum balls, cut up slips of some sort of sayings to pull out everyday.......
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I have a bottle in my gallery that has bath salts in it. It also has the recipe for "Candy Cane Bath Salts." We have done them for teacher gifts and they were a HUGE hit!

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I did 7 of them for teacher gifts this year. I spray painted my boxes and the bottles I filled 2 of them with hot chocolate mix. I did 2 flavors. And then the other 2 bottles I put Kisses in and Marshmellows in. They were a great hit. I put background paper around the solid part of the box. And then did scallop punches on the lids. I used ribbon and oval punches on them also. Wish I had taken pictures. The hot chocolate recipe I found when I did a google search. There are only like 5 ingredients. The creamer I used flavored French Vanilla, and Hazelnut. Kathy
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Hawaiian theme? I LOVE the Tropical Trail Mix they sell at Wal-Mart. Would the fruit pieces go into the neck of the bottle okay? I don't have a bottle to try it, but I think it would work.
Maybe you could make a grass skirt for the bottle?
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I've also altered the 4-pk container to coordinate with the bottles. One set of four bottles I gave as a gift for Christmas contained cocoa, marshmallows, peppermint candies, and Hershey's kisses. I've done one for Valentine's Day and the bottles have red/pink/white jelly beans, red hot cinnamon candy, sour cherry candy, and raspberry Hershey kisses. I liked the idea for an office gift...endless opportunites.
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So, if I don't drink the coffee drink is there any other source for the cute bottles??
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my nephew saved some for me...

i just picked them on today!
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What about filling each bottle with a Luau theme and give recipes in one, decorations in another, Hawaiian fortunes in another, etc. I would love to have a Hawaiian theme party here in sub-zero MN.
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hawaii would be great -43 degress celcius here this morning in saskatchewan
the layered hot chocolate with mix ,mellows,peppermints and kisses would look nice
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Okay, I know this not Hawaiian themed but another idea would be golf tees for a golfer.

Still thinking of something for the Hawaiian theme.
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So here is an idea that i had while reading what you all have posted...what about putting some whole coffee beans in one and ground beans in another and some flavored creamers in another and maybe a flavored sugar of sorts? like vanilla sugar?? Keeping it coffee friendly...
Oh YUM!!! I'll bid!!! I'll have to remember this for when I get around to altering mine!!

Still thinking of some ideas....
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So, if I don't drink the coffee drink is there any other source for the cute bottles??
Me either...but my co-worker does and she gives me her bottles! She buys singles though, so I haven't gotten any of the holders.

I use them for hostess gifts and put 18" lengths of ribbon in them...4-5 varieties in one bottle...enough to do a few cards in each color and hopefully makes them want to buy more ribbon.

For your Hawaiian theme I was thinking that trail mix at Walmart, too, and some dried pineapple, and how about a lei from the dollar store?!?!
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What about a beach theme for Hawaiian? Silica sand in one bottle (it can be colored later using acrylic paints--used to do that years ago when I was in to sand painting in jars, people use it in scrapbooking now) or you can buy precolored sand--the sand at Hana beach is black, shells--there are tons of tiny shells you can purchase and use on cards, projects, scrapbook pages, frames, etc, and Money Cowlries (I probably butchered the spelling) are small Cowlry shells, yellowish in color, and were used in the islands years ago as a form of money to buy and sell. I assume they have a more proper name, but that's what I've seen them called in shell shops when I visited Half Moon Bay in the SF Bay area (lived out there for a while). Then you could do a bottle with the little drink umbrellas and make your own miniature leis out of small Primas. Lastly, I thought of those tiny apothacary bottles, I have some and they are really small and would easily fit i the bottle and they have cork caps. If you wanted to get really industrious (grin), you could write "messages in a bottle." Well, that's what came to me. Sounds like lots of fun. I know my hubby would love the coffee mixes.
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Tropical flavored Jelly Bellies: Mango, Pina Colada, Pineapple, etc in one. Coffee in another, the trail mix in another, macadamia nuts in the 4th?
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I have one in my gallery filled with Valentine M and M's. It's a hostess gift. I just made another one filled with nuggets with flowery labels! I used the new SU! Rub-ons on the outside of both.
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A friend of mine got married in the islands...she had a party in her home in MN after they got back. Anyway, her invites were in small bottles, a little sand a few shells and a parchment rolled up with burned edges. You could do the same sort of thing with these bottles.
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BTW, a Starbucks frap bottle holds 18 nuggets. I made labels on my computer with the hostess' name turned sideways. Then, I stamped the labels with small flowers. (I told the computer to only print 18 labels) I put a label on each nugget and carefully put them into the bottle so that the names showed outward. I added ribbon around the neck with a tag hanging from a silver cord tied to the ribbon knot. My tag happens to say, 'Yum Yum'. I also used the new SU! rub-ons on the bottle. The white ones seem to look the best, but if you used white mints for your filler, you could use the other colors. Happy stamping!!!
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I can't believe I've recycled so many without thinking of this!!! Now I must buy a 4 pack so I can play too!
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Ditto that, Sally! I've been saving Jif jars (my coworkers make fun of me) to decorate and fill with goodies, but the Frap bottles never occured to me.
That's it! I'm hoarding all glass containers with lids from now on!
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