Georgia Morgan
  Bottles of Hope

 

The Southern Connecticut Polymer Clay Guild has a page of helpful information for anyone wishing to make and distribute Bottles of Hope. Obtaining glass medication bottles to recycle as Bottles of Hope is getting more difficult as non-toxic materials are increasingly frequently delivered in plastic vials, but insulin bottles are a convenient size, and inexpensive bottles may be purchased from E.D. Luce and American Science and Surplus.

Bottles of Hope are small glass bottles decorated with polymer clay. The idea was the brainchild of Diane Gregoire, a cancer survivor and polymer clay artist who found a way to use her art to cheer up the lives of cancer patients going through the ordeal of chemotherapy.

 

     

Some teeny tiny Bottles of Hope

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