A Roundup Of Recycled Bottle Crafts

I think it is safe to say that most of us have an empty bottle or two laying around.  Maybe you have a pile of them in a recycle bin or you just finished off a bottle of wine but whatever the case you should have the resources for a recycled bottle craft!

The wonderful thing about bottles is that they come in so many cool shapes and sizes that they can be easily incorporated into a decorative accent for your home.  All you need to do is embellish a little.

I have come up with a collection of some of my favorite recycled bottle crafts. These will hopefully inspire you to clean out that recycle bin or….go drink a bottle of wine!

Recycled Bottle Crafts

I had taken one of my favorite wine bottles and covered most of the glass with birch bark to make a rustic vase.

recycled bottle crafts by rustic-crafts.com

I had left the part of the wine bottle that had an embossed deer on it open.

recycled bottle crafts
Wine bottle lights by Recyclart

Recyclart shows an easy way to cut glass so that you can make things like these fun wine bottle pendant lights.

recycled bottle crafts
Glittered wine bottles by Organize Your Stuff Now

These bottles are gorgeous and are perfect for holiday decorating.

recycled bottle crafts
Recycled Starbucks bottles by Damanda Lynn

Another type of bottle to recycle are those bottles that Starbuck drinks come in.  Damanda Lynn shows a variety of different things that she does with these bottles.  I love lining them up to spell out a word.

recycled bottle crafts
Chalkboard wine bottle vases by Curbly

Of course, when you combine chalkboard paint and a bottle with a cool shape you are going to end up with an artsy accent that is super fun to display.

Did you see anything that you might want to try?  What ideas have you come up with?  Share your thoughts below!



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  1. How on earth did you use birch to cover this wine bottle? Did you have the birch? Would love to have a tutorial showing how you did it. It’s amazing – love your blog!

    1. I’m glad you left the comment! The link to the tutorial was not working. Now if you just click on the photo, you will get to the tutorial. Thanks!

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