Wine bottles can be a great material for crafts of various kinds, they can be turned into many things. Let’s see what you can do with it for interior design.
First of all, wine bottles are perfect for turning into vases – they have all the necessary properties, you just need to decorate them a little. Chalk the wine bottles with chalk and write or draw something on them. An idea like this is great for weddings where you need table numbers. Write them on the bottles.
Paint the bottles or spray them different colors and patterns to make a perfect set of vases for your occasion or just to decorate the table. These tutorials will show you how to decorate them in detail.
Wrapping the bottles is another way to make a cool vase. Take the string and glue and wrap the bottles with it and you get some great rustic vases.
Don’t decorate the bottles, just attach them to the walls for cool wall vases. They don’t take up much space and you get a refreshing decor by putting flowers in them.
An indoor or outdoor herb garden can easily be created with wine bottles. Cut them, plant whatever you want, and wire them to hang in the shapes you want. Decorating the bottles or the wire is up to you.
Make decorations out of wine bottles, paint them and write or draw something on them. You can paint them with chalk, paint them in white, pastel or any other color, write a sentence or a word and use them to decorate your kitchen or dining room.
Wine bottles can contain LED lights and turn into simple and cool lamps or lights. You can use them for Christmas or other holidays, or just when you need romantic lights.
Do you need candle holders? Cut, paint or glitter wine bottles to your liking and voila, you have it!
Birdies and their nests are a symbol of Easter because that's where we find eggs. This is why bird nest decorations are so popular and traditional at Easter. There are many ways to make them and rock them. I want to show you the cutest.
Terrariums are a hot trend in decor right now, and you can easily make your own for Easter with or using a bird's nest. Take a grapevine net, fill it with moss, grass, hay, string, add speckled eggs and an artificial bird or just feathers and cover it with a bell - voila! You can give your terrarium any style you want by adding touches and elements of different styles.
Cupcake and cake stands are ideal for displaying nests. Make your nest and put it on a wooden or glass stand and you can make a whole composition out of it. Imitation leaves, flowers, moss and speckled eggs complete the look.
You can take a burlap wreath and attach an artificial nest to it, or you can make your own artificial nest in a vintage teacup - with moss, hay, straw, burlap, and artificial eggs. Whitewashed pots and vintage photo frames are also great for displaying bird nests.