Easy DIY Wine Bottle Christmas Tree
An empty wine bottle, some glitter, paint, and glue combined with a little imagination easily transforms into a pretty holiday decoration! Upcycle your empty wine bottles to make a lovely Christmas Tree decoration. Make one or make a grouping to form a centerpiece, mantel decoration, or unique side table decor. This craft is very easy to do. Follow these directions, or change up the colors and embellishments to match your holiday decor.
Easy DIY Wine Bottle Christmas Tree Materials
● Empty Wine Bottle
● Goo Gone
● Rubbing Alcohol
● Wine Cork
● Green Spray Paint
● Pencil (optional)
● School Glue
● Buttons or Mini Pom Poms
● Wooden Star with nail attached
● Glue Gun
● Glue Sticks
Easy DIY Wine Bottle Christmas Tree Directions
● Remove the label from wine bottle. Remove leftover adhesive with goo gone. Use rubbing alcohol to remove remaining traces of adhesive and goo gone.
● Wash your wine bottle inside and out; dry completely.
● After washed, wipe down the entire exterior surface of the wine bottle with rubbing alcohol. This will remove any remaining dirt, oil, and fingerprints, etc giving the paint a better surface to adhere to. Air dry completely.
● Paint bottle with a light coat of green spray paint; allow to dry completely.
● Spray paint 2-3 more coats on the bottle until you have reached your desired coverage. Allow to dry completely in between coats.
● To create a garland design around the tree you can either lightly sketch out your pattern with a pencil or just freehand it.
● Cover over pencil design with an even generous bead of school glue.
● Working quickly, while the glue is still wet shake a heavy layer of glitter over the glue, coating completely.
● Allow to dry completely, overnight.
● Once dry gather your chosen buttons or pom poms and scatter them over the tree in a random pattern, attaching with hot glue.
● This craft uses a wooden star with a nail already through it at the craft store. However, if you cannot find one you have two options: hammer the nail through the star without cracking it (m’kay) or simply hot glue the back of the star to the wine cork (I’d go with that choice myself).
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