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It’s time for another…Toasting Tuesday, where we Toast Wine, Women, Wellness and/or the Wins of the Week.
In today’s edition, I’m sharing ten fun ways to easily decorate your holiday home with festive, upcycled wine bottles.
The holiday season is officially here, which means time for festive decorating. Or as I like to say…. Bring on the GLITTER!
One of my favorite DIY décor ideas is wine bottles. (Or if you don’t drink wine, feel free to substitute glass soda bottles.)
Decorating with wine bottles is nice because they’re so versatile.
You can group several together as a centerpiece, or space them out on a mantel, or place them next to other holiday decor as accent pieces. The sky’s the limit.
And with a little creativity, you can decorate them to fit any decor (rustic chic, country, fun and whimsical, traditional, etc), it’s all up to you!
Top 11 Ways to Create Festive Holiday Decor with Upcycled Wine Bottles
Below, I’ve curated some of my favorite wine bottle decor tutorials. I’m super excited to try out some of these ideas, and I hope they help spark some holiday magic in your home as well.
Number 1: Winter White Wine Bottle Centerpiece
I love this example from KC at RealCoake.com. It’s so simple and so elegant. It can also be used for Hanukkah decor.
Check out her great post on how to create these beautiful bottles, here.
Number 2: DIY Glitter Wine Bottle Vase
Here is a basic video on how to glitter-fi your bottles. It includes some great tips to make the process easier, including how to easily add adhesive when you’re done so the glitter won’t shed all over your house.
Number 3: DIY Rose Gold Glitter Wine Bottles
This isn’t specifically for holiday, but I couldn’t resist sharing this beautiful rose gold example.
Number 4: Upcycled Holiday Wine Bottles Four Ways
This video is great because it shows four different options: spelling out simple words (like JOY), dressing the bottles up as Santa and Mrs. Clause, a sleek silver metallic look with metallic flowers, and finally a simple bottle turned snowman.
Number 5: Santa Wine Bottle
Here’s another way to make a Santa bottle.
Number 6: Bottle Brights
This video provides two ways to create these beautiful light-up bottles. Method Number 1 requires a drill and a lot of patience! But Method Number 2 looks just as nice and does not require any drilling at all! (I’m excited to try method 2 myself.)
Number 7: Recycled wine Bottle Outdoor Christmas Light Chandelier!
OK this is probably one of my favorite ideas! I had never even thought of using the wine bottles outside, but why not?! You’ll love this great tutorial on how to create a beautiful Christmas Light Chandelier for all your neighbors to enjoy!
Number 8: Decoupaged Christmas Scene Wine Bottle
Get out your Mod Podge for a really pretty decorating idea! Don’t you love this quaint, snowy Christmas scene?
Well, are you ready for a secret….they used a cocktail napkin for the design! Whaat??! So brilliant!
Number 9: Snowy Glam Wine Bottle Decor
Snowy Glam! Umm, yes please! This is a great tutorial–super simple to do.
Number 10: Letter and Twine Wine Bottle Decor
I just love this simple, rustic chic (or farmhouse chic) idea!
Number 11: Winter White with Dollar Store Stickers
This design is super simple and creates a beautiful look with inexpensive stickers from the dollar store!
What’s your favorite way to decorate with festive wine bottles? Leave me a comment below.
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HI! I’m a Shana, self-proclaimed Media Mixologist, wife, and mom to two little girls. I love to mix up cocktails of crafts, recipes, wellness, family and business with just the right amount of sparkle to help you shine everyday. So, grab a glass, and let’s celebrate the cocktail of life!