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Draught of Living Death, Harry Potter, Glow In Th by Secretvixen Draught of Living Death, Harry Potter, Glow In Th by Secretvixen
Hi :)

I've been binging on Harry Potter movies this week and I couldn't resist creating some of the potions. This one is simply awesome!

Perfect for any witch or wizard, Harry Potter fans alike :)

"The Draught of Living Death is an extremely powerful sleeping draught, sending the drinker into a death-like slumber, similar to suspended animation."

On the inside of the bottle is a purple potion with black glitter to add a bit of darkness to it. It is permanently sealed with cork and sealant.

Around the neck of the bottle is a natural twine rope wrapped a few times and knotted to it's middle is a hand sculpted, glow in the dark bone :) Everything is very securely knotted so you will not lose the charm.

Just "charge" it a few seconds under any light and watch it glow!

On the outside of the bottle is a burnt paper label which reads:

"Draught of Living Death

effect: Causes the drinker to fall into a deep death like slumber."

The label has been glazed to prevent fading over time.

The pendant hangs from a 18'' cable style, silver plated chain with a spring ring closure.

This item comes in a gift box and is bubble wrapped for extra precaution.

THIS ITEM CAN BE FOUND AT

www.StephBottleCreations.etsy.com

AND ON MY NEW WEBSITE AT

www.bottledupcreations.com/pro…
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AndrogynousOne Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
What kind of liquid did you use? I don't know what kind of liquid is best for coloring.
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Secretvixen Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2013  Professional General Artist
I use magnifying oil specifically made for "name on rice" jewelry, it's pricey but it's the best on the market in my opinion.
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AndrogynousOne Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Magnifying oil can be changed with food coloring? I didn't think that was possible, you know, with it being called oil and all lol.
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Secretvixen Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2013  Professional General Artist
You can't use food coloring with magnifying oil, they mix at all. I buy my oils already colored that way.
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AndrogynousOne Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ah I see. Thank you for the info.
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Secretvixen Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2013  Professional General Artist
Not a problem :)
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