Attention wine drinkers! Don’t throw away your wine bottles once they are empty. Start saving your wine bottles for these fun and decorative wine bottle crafts. You’ll be amazed at what you can do with a simple wine bottle. There are lots of ideas for both inside and outside the home.
My most favorite wine bottle craft is the one that I did covering the bottle in birch bark. I basically transformed a wine bottle into a decorative rustic vase. The project was a lot of fun and very rewarding. Not only did I get some new rustic decor but I was able to recycle a wine bottle creatively. Here are some more ideas to try.
Wine Bottle Crafts To Try
I first made a winter vase from an idea that I had floating around in my head. It was an easy project and I already had all of the material in my craft room.
Winter Vase Wine Bottle Craft
To start, I painted a wine bottle with 3 coats of Martha Stewart’s pearl acrylic paint. Once the paint was dry, I added some snow-tex and the top and neck area and sprinkled that with glamour dust while the snow-tex was still wet. Then, I wrapped the upper neck and bottom with some jute twine that I glue in place with fabric glue just at the ends. To finish the whole thing off, I added some vintage typewriter keys to spell the word “live” and glued those down the center of the bottle with E6000 craft glue.
Here are some other wine bottle crafts that I found.
Sleek Dish Soap Dispenser
SOURCE: Real Coake
DIsh soap looks good setting next to the sink when it’s in a decorative bottle. The etching on the bottle gives a clear indicator of what the dispenser is for. It’s very subtle and stylish.
M&M’s Candy Storage
I may not want to take candy out of a bottle when it looks this cheerful. It’s easy to make little chalkboard labels by painting on a little chalkboard paint.
Wine Bottle Bird Feeder
SOURCE: The Garden Roof Coop
Here is a unique idea for a wine bottle bird feeder. These would look so pretty hanging near an outdoor patio. Colored wine bottles are especially cheerful for this use.
Wine Bottle Lantern
SOURCE: Shannon Eileen Blog
Make an outdoor lantern by cutting off the bottom of a wine bottle and inserting a tea light holder. The metal ring holds the inside chain in place when hanging.
DIY Sparkly Bottles
SOURCE: Ideas Evite
For a festive occasion, like New Year’s Eve, dress up your bottles in glitter before setting them on the table. Once the bottles are empty, you can always save them to use as a festive party vase.
Twine Wrapped Wine Bottle
Another idea for a decorative vase is to simply wrap a wine bottle in twine. Add ribbon and other embellishments for a more shabby chic look.
Wine Bottle Candle Holders
SOURCE: Swanky Fete Chic
Any of the previous decorated wine bottles that I have shown can be used as decorative candle holders instead of vases. This is such a fresh and pretty display with all of the shades of green. It is also very elegant with the pretty ribbons and chic silver accents.
Champagne Or Wine Bottle Guest Book
SOURCE: Wedding Window
Besides decorating wine bottles for the home, you can also craft a wine bottle for a wedding. This is such a fun and unique idea for a non traditional wedding guest book. Just paint a wine bottle in a glossy black and have guests sign it with paint markers.
Bottle Lamp DIY
Simple, sleek, and sophisticated is this creative lamp using a clear wine bottle.
New Years Wine Bottle Decorating
Change the label of a champagne or wine bottle to a festive New Year message using a free printable. To dress up this bottle a little more, I added some pearls and a satin bow!
Make An Outdoor Torch
SOURCE: Design Sponge
For some warm and sophisticated outdoor lighting, make a decorative torch using a wine bottle. I especially like the look with the bright blue bottle which would be pretty outside whether the torch is lit or not.
DIY Hummingbird Feeder
SOURCE: Allie Makes
Here, a wine bottle is used to make a decorative hummingbird feeder. Feed the hummingbirds and dress up your garden at the same time!