Disney Store has them for just under $15 online. They're incredibly heavy and beautifully detailed, so there's really just one problem: I'm not a wine drinker.
No problem, though; I came up with a display option that was super fun to make, and only costs about $3!
This little purple bottle is the perfect size for the stopper, and Hobby Lobby has a whole range of colors to choose from. (They're normally $5, but you can pull up a coupon on your phone.)
The real fun, though, was making that label! If you look closely you'll see it reads "Madame Leota's Elixir," and the symbol in the middle is the classic Haunted Mansion wallpaper face:
Then at the bottom, in tiny print, it reads "Gracey Potions." Hehehehe.
I started with this free Halloween label, carefully erasing all the text and images and replacing them with my own. Then I aged it up with some warm yellowish browns, and, voila!
Click the pic to embiggen & download, so you can print your own. Depending on your printer you may have to adjust the color a bit; mine prints a lot more reddish, so I really had to bump up the yellows. If you use the same size bottle I did, print your label at 1.8 inches high.
Once I cut out the label & glued it in place with a glue stick, I used some watered down brown paint to add a few more spatter marks, smears, and drips. That extra wear & tear really helps sell the look!
And then, of course, I had to redo our back accent table in a Haunted Mansion theme, just so I'd have the perfect display spot:
I like it.
Fun fact: the green gargoyle, Agnes, is the first gift John ever gave me. She looks right at home with my various antique finds and Haunted Mansion Mickey ears, don't you think?
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