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Recycled Wine Bottle Crafts

by Susan Apperson
(Palm Harbor, Florida, USA)

brown  and white bottle

brown and white bottle

brown  and white bottle blue and white flower bottle butterfly and dragon fly bottle Pink Breast Cancer Survivor Bottle

These recycled wine bottle crafts show how you can make many different looks from using different paints and embellishments.


Materials Needed:
Wine Bottles
LED Lights
Transer rub-ons and/or craft stickers
Martha Stewart Tape
Any decorative items such as ribbons, trinkets,
jute, lace, or colored beads, etc.
Scissors
Glue
Spray on Clear Gloss Finish

Steps:

Clean bottles and remove labels. Allow them to dry.


Paint and decorate with transfer per any of the above.

To insert LED lights, drill hole in back of bottle about 1 inch from bottom of bottle.
Use a Diamond Drill Bit (approx. 1/2").
Do not use pressure on the drill; let the drill do the drilling and spritz the drill bit with water with a srpay bottle while drilling (takes about 5 mins.)

After drilling the hole wash inside and outside of the bottle and let dry.


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Feb 02, 2013
Recycled Wine Bottle Crafts
by: Crafts for All Seasons

Susan I love these! Thank you so much for submitting all your beautiful work. I love how you explained how to drill a hole in the wine bottles too!

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