Things To Do With A Leftover Liquor Bottle <3 by Diana C Gil - Musely
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Things To Do With A Leftover Liquor Bottle <3

posted in DIY & Crafts
03/27/2015
  • •Lighted Bottle

    for this you'll need a drill and a string of lights (they can be colored or white, it is up to you) you'll need to drill a hole into the glass that is wide enough for the string of lights to fit through, once the hole is drilled then you're basically done, just feed the lights through the hole and obviously keep this decoration near an outlet.

  • •Nip Salt & Pepper Shakers

    simply decorate the bottle how you want (a wine or beer bottle is recommended for this one).

  • •Bottle Vase

    this one is pretty easy. simply clean out the bottle and place the flowers inside. (It is up to you whether you choose to use fake flowers or real).

  • •Vodka Bottle Drinking Glass

    you'll need a vodka bottle and a glass cutter, (which can commonly be found at a hardware stores or even on Amazon). This is definitely a task to do with a friend and you have to wear protective gear.

  • •Glitter Bottle

    for this one you'll need only glitter (but you'll need a lot) take any bottle of your choice and just fill it to the top with any glitter color you want to use.

  • •Stone Textured Wine Bottle

    for this one you'll need stone textured spray paint (easy to find out at hardware stores and Home Depot) take the bottle of your choice and cover the entire thing with the spray paint and let it dry.

  • •Chalkboard Wine Bottle

    for this one you'll need a wine bottle, chalkboard paint, acrylic paint, twine, and chalk. paint the entire bottle with the acrylic paint and allow it to dry, use the chalkboard paint and paint it onto the front in a rectangular shape and allow it to dry, take the twine and wrap it around the bottom of the bottle about 2 inches and to wrap the entire neck of the bottle (optional), finish it of by writing whatever you want on to the chalk paint.

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