Hanging Hanging Glass Vases and Rooters

| Wellsboro, Pennsylvania

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Announcement    Check out the new mini air plant holder! At $17 it makes a great gift. . .a mini hanging garden right out of the box!


Last updated on Jan 15, 2022

Check out the new mini air plant holder! At $17 it makes a great gift. . .a mini hanging garden right out of the box!



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About TheBottleLadyVases

Sales 491
On Etsy since 2017

I Love What I Do

Creating a business out of making hanging vases was not my intention when I first picked up a pair of pliers, some wire and a jelly jar. I was just looking for something creative to do!

I made a few votive holders out of old jars and some little hanging vases out of bottles. It was my brother, Mark, who suggested that I make more to sell at our local Dickens of Christmas festival in Wellsboro, PA. That show was such a success and from then on I was referred to as "The Bottle Lady".

Over the years I perfected my craft and attended more art shows to grow my business. Some of my favorite shows include People's Choice in Boalsburg PA, Lilac Festival in Rochester NY, and of course my hometown Dickens of a Christmas!

Online sales is something new to me. I struggle with content and social media postings but I believe I am getting a bit better. I am hoping that my new Etsy shop will expand my customer base across the country.

I am thankful that God has given me this talent and has surrounded me with supportive friends.

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  • Jean Cummings

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    Thank you for visiting my shop! I love adding color, style and fun to home decor. What can I make for you?

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Last updated on Oct 15, 2018
Frequently asked questions
How do I hang the vases?

You may hang the vase in several ways. Suspend the vase from a curtain rod using a fine gauge wire or fishing line. I like to use a tension rod placed in the window frame at the top of the window behind the valance. This way, I can hang several pieces together at varying heights. You can also hang the vase to the side of the window by using a wall bracket/hook. A cup hook mounted to the ceiling works well also.