Repurposed wine bottle ideas

Hey,hey there everyone!

Hope you are all doing well and trying to NOT stress this Holiday season.

No stress here, just NOT enough time in the day.

Today, I am sharing some re-purposed wine bottle ideas

and my very own most recent one.

In fact, I have shared some wine re-purposed wine bottle projects of mine before if you may recall.

{Click on the link above to see the finished results}

This was a fun girls night at my house.

We of course, drank the bottle first, then did a little crafting with it.

I have had some fun in the past six months with these wine bottles

This here was my first wine bottle project.

It still sits pretty on our nightstand.

Now onto today’s.

No painting involved

However, there was a little cutting involved.

I had seen this online, and absolutely loved it.

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and this…..

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and these….

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So you get the gist.

All these bottles have the bottom cut out.

SOOOO.

while my FIL was here..

I kindly asked him to cut my bottles.

First things first…clean and remove labels.

OH no wait a minute, first things first….

DRINK the bottle of wine.

{these are all from my recent bunco night}

none of which I drank btw.

This is an old bottle cutter kit that my FIL actually gave us some time back.

YOU CAN STILL PURCHASE THESE GlASS cutters.

Check on line.

Those directions you see, are pretty accurate as to the way he did it.

Except he had a bowl of ice to stick the bottle in after step 2

First you cut, heat, and cool

I had these bottles in mind for gifts.

The nice thing about having the bottoms cut is that you can add anything under them that you would like.

Candle votives, pinecones as shown, Christmas ornaments, peppermint candies,

the list goes on.

These holiday labels I do believe were intended to go over a wine bottle label.

The did not stick and they did not fit the bottle correctly.

So I cut them, and mod podged them on.

Simple solution.

Cute right?

I think they make for a wonderful Holiday display of interest.

Of course they look even cuter with my Spray painted pine cones

As you can see I did a green one, and embellished this one a little differently with mini ornaments and candy canes

These are just a few of the various ideas in which you can create a visual display using an upcycled, repurposed wine bottle.

Thank you so much for stopping by today.

Hope this gives you some creative ideas of your own.

So after you drink the bottle, save the wine bottle and do something creative of your own.

I do hope you come again!~

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  1. Penny @ The Comforts of Home & Flea Market Makeovers says

    Love this idea! I wonder if you can still buy that wine bottle cutter kit. I have to check that out. Love some of the inspiration photos, especially the one with the plants. Thanks Debbie!

  2. says

    I’ve seen those bottles in antique shops before too used as a cloche over a candle or even food (if it’s extra wide). I love them! That was such a good idea to make your own. They turned out so cute and it looks like you had fun making them.

  3. says

    Very cute way to recycle Debbie. I love the pinecones colors too. I am missing your posts, they don’t show up in my reader anymore. I have deleted and readded you several times. Seems to be a Blogger to WP issue:( I apologize if I haven’t been to see you lately.

    • says

      Sorry Dawn, I don’t know why that is still happening. I don’t kill myself over it and trying to figure it out. You could always follow me through facebook, bloglovin and email.

  4. says

    Love this idea – wish I could borrow your FIL. Your’s are just adorable. All your holiday decorations are so festive and creative. I so enjoy seeing what you come up with each day. Peggy

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