I’m a little late on sharing my colorful spring decor, altered bottles. But better late then never.
I made these a while back and the pictures have just been sitting on my phone waiting for me to do something with them.
I had planned on taking them to my craft booth, but the hubby liked them and wanted to keep them.
First choose your color of acrylic paint for each bottle. Squirt about two tablespoons of your chosen color in your bottle, then turn the bottle over and let the paint run down turning as it runs till you have the inside completely covered with paint.
Sit your bottle upside down on a piece of wax paper. Choose the next color and bottle and repeat till you have all bottles covered in paint sitting upside down on wax paper.
Let sit upside down about an hour then flip Upright and clean the top rim of the bottle. Let dry another hour then flip over again upside down to finish drying.
Once the letters are dry I used jute/twine, copper wire, and beads to decorate each bottle. You could also use fabric strips or lace, that would be cute tied around the necks of each altered bottle.
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- Fabric strips
- Puff paint