Here is a picture of an evil spirits bottle from Peru sent to us by Steve.
Pictures of an evil spirits bottle statue that I picked up during my travel to Machu Picchu Peru some years back, it shows fine craftsmanship in detail, and contains teeth and hair and real horns from both goats and llamas, local animals from the area. And it is all sculptured in clay and contains some very artistic pieces intertwined around the bottle which I understand is a Budweiser hidden underneath. The Halloween season seems to be a good time to display it, don’t you think? Steve
Yup! We agree, it’s creepy and perfect for Halloween!
Thank you for sending us the pictures, you can see more evil spirit bottle pictures on our Bottle Crafts DIY Facebook page.
Here is a little more information on Halloween: “Evolving from the ancient Celtic holiday of Samhain, modern Halloween has become less about literal ghosts and ghouls and more about costumes and candy. The Celts used the day to mark the end of the harvest season and the beginning of winter, and also believed that this transition between the seasons was a bridge to the world of the dead. Over the millennia the holiday transitioned from a somber pagan ritual to a day of merriment, costumes, parades and sweet treats for children and adults.”
Steve has sent us numerous DIY Show Offs in the past several years. Take a look at his bottle craft projects by visiting the pages below:
Corona Shine Lamp by Steve
Liquid Filled Bottle Lamps by Steve
Beer Bottle Bucket Lamp By Stephen
Blue Wine Bottle Lamp by Steve
Nick and Silke