Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Wine Bottle Turned Home Decor

I'm very kind of strange.  I love to snap pictures with my phone of random items that inspire me to diy.  So as I browsed at Fred Meyer I had to snap a picture of this vase for inspiration.

I totally knew I could create this, I just needed to find the time.  Well since finding time never happens I had to smash it in.  So I found an old wine bottle....not sure where it came from...swear I didn't slam a bottle of wine so I could complete this craft, well maybe.  Then I soaked the bottle in hot water to remove the label.

Then I heated up the trusty glue gun and went to town.

Played a little DS (kidding) then did some more.

When it was dry I rubbed all the spider web pieces off, you know from touching the bottle then pulling up.  Anyhoo, then I spray painted it!  I did black because I had some black spray paint just sitting in the garage... but I will definitely do white next.  Here is how it turned out.

Well I am loving it!  Now I want to make more!

Talk to ya later!

xoxo Ade

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  1. Very nice... I think I preferred the white look as well, but this still looks nice! I may be trying my hand at this as well! Thanks for sharing!

  2. I do the same thing with my phone! We're bloggy twinkies!!! I LOVE the final product! Such a great idea! I'm glad you shared at Overflowing with Creativity! I'd love to have you stop by and enter to win my first giveaway! It opened this morning and I'm crossing my fingers you're the lucky winner!

  3. Love your blog, and your ideas! I found you on "It's Overflowing" Linky party! I'm having one myself and would it if you would join. Here is the link

  4. Thanks, I will go and check out your giveaway...would be fun to win, lol!

  5. It's linky party time again! This post would be great at it if you wanna share it! Here is the link!

  6. Very nice. I had that idea too, but have not had a chance to try it. I think I saw someone else use puff paint. Yours came out great!

  7. Thanks! I haven't seen the puffy paint but that makes sense. I think I may try the chaulk paint on wine bottles next...saw it on Pinterest today; pretty cute.