I saw this idea covered in several places on the Internet, which is a great idea!  I thought I'd share with you how I made my version.

I chose some beads that I thought would make nice 'bottles'.  I used jewellery (or jewelry as they spell it in the USA) wires as shown to keep the stoppers on the bottles.

~ Making Perfume Bottles from Beads ~

The metal tray is a finding I bought at a local fabric store notions department.  It was the perfect shape - I didn't have to bend it or alter it in any way.  I slipped the wires through the little holes in the tray.  I was happy with the way it looked at that point.
I cut off the excess wire and twisted a loop at the end of each wire, which I folded down to tuck into the bottom of the tray.

I think this will give it all maximum stability and give the glue more to grab.
The entire tray will be glued to the dresser.  I can make sure each bottle is sitting nice and upright once I do that step.  Not the best photograph, but it gives you the idea.  You could use bigger beads for a larger scale house.
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