35 Creative Ways To Turn Old Wine Bottles Into Stunning Home Décor Accessories.
I love wine; there are few things better than curling up on my couch and enjoying a glass or two. On the rare occasion, I’ve wondered about what I can do with the empty bottle or cork, perhaps repurpose either into something that can help me around the house.
However, as it appears, I am not alone in wondering if there are cool new uses for what’s left after I’ve enjoyed one of my favorite beverages. Clearly, there are some creative minds who have reinvented the leftovers. Some of the inventions will definitely help around the house but others, are purely artistic pieces. Looking at some other creations, I wonder if I will have to make friends with someone who can heat the glass to twist and turn the glass.
Try some of these neat ideas at home but be warned, the last thing you want to do after you catch yourself with a lot of repurposed wine bottles is having friends wonder if you enjoy a glass of grape juice more than you think.
#1. Spoon rest
You may have to take this idea to your local craftsman that works with melting glass or owns a kiln. The bottle is melted in shaped in to a flat surface to lay your cooking or serving spoons.
#2. Magnet planter
This is the cutest magnet planter ever. A mini planter with succulent plants. Succulent plants require very little water to live.
#3. Olive oil and vinegar bottles
Once a bottle, always a bottle. Give your bottle the design you desire. Don't be shy, be bold. Once ready, give them a new life as an olive oil or vinegar bottle.
#4. Roped decorative bottles
This is a great centerpiece for your inside or outside furniture. Find a unique-looking wine bottle to create this sea worthy display. Mod podge, rope or jute, glue gun, glue sticks and a lot of twisting will be required.
#5. Wine cork necklace rack
Ribbon, hooks and glue are the premise behind this jewelry holder.
A local glass melting business can turn your old wine bottle in to an elegant organizer.
#7. Bath mat
This bath mat looks a little tropical. Glue gun, glue sticks, mat liner, approximately 175 corks and a lot of patience is needed to complete this DIY.
#8. Bird feeder
Spring is just around the corner. A bird feeder is a lovely addition to any backyard. You can use reclaim wood and hooks to hang this great feeder.
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