5 Ideas to Recycle Old Wine Bottles

Is your dustbin overflowing with old wine, beer, and soda bottles? Glass bottles block local dumps and monster landfill sites all over the world. Instead of throwing those old wine bottles, utilize them in a variety of wine bottle crafts. You can make lamps, decorative vases, and hurricanes from old wine bottles, and there are numerous things to make with wine bottles. Sometimes, simply adding paint, twine, and other decorative craft resources is all that’s required to give an old bottle a brand new appearance and new life. For the more motivated, learning basic glass-cutting skills opens up even more opportunities for creating the most of those old bottles.

5 Ideas to Recycle Old Wine Bottles

Here are 5 DIY Ideas to Recycle Your Old Wine Bottles. Give one a try, or maybe utilize one as motivation for making something uniquely your own!

Wine Bottle Chandelier

A chandelier constantly ought not to be a classy fixture. This decorative recycle concept is great specifically if you have bottle of same shapes and sizes. Putting this in your kitchen or dining part is one way of sprucing up your house. You won’t only save money with a chandelier made of old and unused wine bottles but you may also appeal the attention of whoever sees it because not everybody has one of these.

Wine Bottle Chandelier

Chalkboard Mason Jars

Looking for a swift and easy centerpiece idea? Grab your empty wine bottles, spray-paint them with Rust-Oleum Chalkboard Spray Paint, add a few vinyl lettering, and you're ready to move. This is also an excellent gift idea. Ideal for large parties, large Mason jars are painted with chalkboard paint to make customized drinking glasses. You can write any attractive phrase which perfectly fits the occasion: think "eat, drink, and be married" or "cheers, salute, prost."

Chalkboard Mason Jars

Rustic Flower Vases

This is a worthy centerpiece for your kitchen or dining table. Just have a glue gun available so you could make sure the yarn does not fall off from the bottle. Starting from the bottle’s bottom, wrap the twine across the bottle and hold around it until no part of the glass could be visible anymore. Secure the yarn in place by utilizing the glue gun to stick the ends to the glass. Easily add fresh flowers and your vase is ready to show.

Rustic Flower Vases 
Go Metallic

Change the deeds of your old disk and bottles to make a DIY centerpiece set up in lovely glittered look. Just when you thought there were no more approaches to spray-paint a wine bottle: Add prompt glitz and glam through breaking out the Rust-Oleum Stops Rust Bright Coat Metallic Spray Paint. You can use these bottles year-round as a centerpiece, of destroy them out for a special occasion like Christmas, New Year's Eve etc.

Go Metallic

Wine Bottle Shelf

This project would need more equipment than just your average bottles. You need to choose bottles of the same height then get scrap wood or wooden planks that are not too think nor too tick. Get the bottle and measure the edge of the neck on the plank. After doing so, start making four holes in the plank with the use of a drill and once done, insert the bottles into the plank to protect it. You need to finish your work with varnish and your shelf if good to go.

Wine Bottle Shelf

Wrap-Up

Aside from helping out Mother Earth in the procedure, you never know what treasure and trinket you could come up with the use of a simple bottle. You need to simply add paint, glitter or twine and you could have something unique to boost your house.

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