As you can see, some of these repurposed wine bottle craft ideas are pretty straightforward. They can be done with blank more than a little color and a lot of thought. Even if you have your eyes on something more complicated, you shouldn’t worry. Picture guides and tutorials can guide you through the DIY process even if it’s something completely new to you.Whether you’re an absolute novice or a beginner to the world of glitter and glue guns, these repurposed DIY wine bottle items are sure to exercise your creativity. Grab your stencils and go crazy! These 37 ideas might get you excited, but the sky is the end when it gets to fun and economical ways to reuse and recycle your wine selection for drawing ideas.
As for what you can do with your old wine bottles, the possibilities are endless:
- Homemade vases full of flowers
- Hang bird feeders to encourage birdsong outside the window
- Floating candlesticks for birthdays, weddings, and dinners
- Processing of lighting devices that contain real wires and light bulbs
Anything you want for Christmas
This Christmas lantern is a great example of wine bottle crafts. All you have to do is drill a hole in the bottom of the wine bottle and insert the Christmas lights. This gives a charming glow for the holidays or any time of the year. These would look especially great on the patio.
Alfred Hitchcock would approve
This adorable bird feeder starts with a hole made in a wine bottle. This can be difficult at first, but more experienced DIYers should be able to do it without too much trouble. Attach a hanging thread to the top of the bottle and a seed tray to the bottom.
Tip-up Tiki torches
These DIY tiki torches are easy to make. You need the tiki wick, metal accessories, and torch oil. You will also need fishbowl gravel to support the back of the glass. Fill the bottle with oil when ready. Assemble the wick of the tiki torch with the metal fittings and place it in the bottle with the gravel.
The goose that deposited the golden egg
This is a very simple example of wine bottle crafts. All you need is fine sandpaper, a clear acrylic sealant, and glitter. Make sure your glasses are clean within and out for the best end. Gently sand the outside of the bottle to create a surface where the glue can stick and shine.
A Zen garden for your desk
These adorable succulent planters will make an impression on your home. Cutting the bottle is the hard part. Fill it with sand and cactus earth for the best growing environment for your succulents. Succulents are great indoor plants for beginners. Use wine corks as leftovers to prevent the bottle from tipping over.
Floral fantasy and pretty pastels
These pretty decoupage bottles bring a touch of shabby chic sweetness to your home. Start by rubbing the bottle with alcohol to make sure it’s clean. Add a glass primer. Paint with acrylic paint and varnish. Using a printed paper napkin for the design, connect it with the mod podge. Add textured stencil and lace. Sand the consistency paste again and varnish.
Ring in the New Year in style
To make these cute numbered bottles like wine bottles, start by cleaning the glass bottles. Spray the bottles with metallic spray paint. Cut out the characters from the light paper. Insert the numbers on the thread of the stem and insert them into the bottle. Decorate with a curling ribbon. This piece is fun and can be updated every year with a new issue.
DIY wine bottle favors
This is a simple example of wine bottle crafts. Just wrap a bottle with string, starting at the top. Carefully cover the twine and make certain there are no gaps. Glue as you go, using a hot paste gun. When the glass is protected, you can add scrapbooking paintings as a beautiful rustic dialect. Let your imagination run wild.
Unique service trays for unique meetings
This project is interesting but needs some specific things. Thoroughly clean the bottle and place it in an oven. Let it melt slowly and then slowly reactivate. Add pretty thread and beads to the neck for a charming touch. When you are done, you will have a nice closet or a nice cheese board.
Wine bottles in full bloom
This easy story of wine bottle crafts is a different turn on the tiki torch wine jars shown over. These bottles are clean, whitewashed, and painted in various shades of blue, beige, and white. Around the bottles, the crafter wrapped strips of canvas. The canvas is accented with cutout flowers, silk flowers, and gems.
A light in the dark
This project depends on making the wine glass with string by warm excitement. This is one of the most difficult wine bottle trades. Once the floor is departed from the bottle, place polka dot stickers on the half-pint. Paint over the polka dots and then fully remove them using a tool. Keep the seal between the top and bottom to be perfect so the candle will have enough air to burn.
Not included: a green thumb
Make these adorable wine pot planters bloom by cutting wine bottles in half. Use the warm blow means to cut the containers in half. Just turn the cut in half over the base and plant the seeds in the ground. The planter is self-watering, so you should have an easy time creating a green space in your kitchen.
Trick or Treat
This is a super easy project for the novice crafter. First, clean the containers fully to remove any article or paste. Then paint the containers all over with white shower paint. Stay with orange and yellow Chroma for a “candy corn” result. These bottles will give a cheerful accent to your Halloween decor.
Let your light shine
Create your rustic chandelier with wine bottles. Cut the holes of a wine bottle on a wooden board. Thoroughly clean the bottles to remove all residues. Cut the bottom of the wine bottles with a glass cutting tool. Wire the sockets and connect the bulbs. Thread the bulbs through the chandelier.
The DIY centerpiece of a bottle of wine
Replace a boring railing with this exciting example of wine bottle craftsmanship. Simply drill holes in the bottom of the wine bottles and slide them onto wooden poles. Add another stick on top of the wooden posts to keep the wine bottles in place. This project will add color and light to a new part of your garden.
When you are still saving for the Bahamas
These net wine bottles bring a touch of tropical glamor to your home. Wrap the tops of the bottles with string, similar to a project covered above. Making a fishing net with twine is similar to making macramé, so if you’re experienced with that artisan technique, you shouldn’t have a problem. Add bling in the form of crystal pendants.