Don't get me wrong, I am NOT a hoarder. At this point in my life I'm finally able to look at these items and really ask myself; do I have a project in mind
So after all the Thanksgiving feasts I noticed a number of wine bottles sitting about and tried to find a few ideas. You can check out my Upcycle ~ Wine Bottles and Corks board on Pinterest. Otherwise most of them are below.
|One of my favorite. Maybe it's because I love candles |
but probably because I LOVE Grey Goose. :)
|Wine Bottle Hurricanes|
|Home Tone has some creative ways to reuse Wine Bottles too.|
|Justina Blakeney also shows 12 ways to reuse bottles. |
I'd loved to figure out how to make the hanging plants!
|Dip them in Chalk paint. Decorate the bottles with a message |
or table numbers. Also dip the bottom of your wine in the chalk paint. Your guest
can write their names on their own glasses.
|Wit & Whistle's blog takes you through the steps of adding lights to bottles|
|A monogram cork! An easy gift to make for friends and family or make one for yourself. |
greenisuniversal-reuse.com explains the simple steps.
|Jaime walks you through the steps to create this adorable vase and |
candle holder on her Crafty Scrappy Happy blog.
|On A Yellow Bicycle blog they also have a few ideas for Bottle DIY projects.|
I love this lantern and the tiki torch (below). Both are a must do before next spring
|Bathmat made of Corks by Monica Ewing at houzz.com/|
|Get out your paint brushes and stencils. |
I found both of these through Etsy
|Another way to identify your drinking glasses from Craftzine|
|With instructions from Zero Waste Designs you can build a shelf|
|At Home Furnishings displays a beautiful centerpiece with various shapes |
and sizes of bottles and tapered candles
|And a few more centerpiece ideas from Curbly|
|If nothing else, use them as a border. Check out Trashy Wench: The Queen of Creative Reuse's |
No Whine Wine Creations blog.