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Do you have empty wine bottles in your home and do not know what to do with them? Or maybe you are intentionally collecting empty bottles so that you can repurpose them into wine bottle decor? Whichever the case, the diverse nature of wine/glass bottles makes them ideal for creating versatile bottles decor.

So if you are wondering what to do with empty wine bottles and are looking for wine bottle craft ideas, you have come to the right place! Because today, you are going to learn 50 DIY wine bottle crafts you can try in your own home. Let us now start with our list and awaken the artist within you!

#1 Sea/Beach Glass for Coastal Decor

This wine decor idea from Sadie Seasongoods made use of clear and green soda bottles plus a vintage milk bottle carrier.

What You Need

  • Sea glass spray paint
  • Colorless or nearly colorless bottles
  • Frost effect paint
  • Wine bottles with blue tint
  • Clear polyurethane spray
  • Burlap ribbon
  • Replica of sea oats

How It’s Made

1.  Use sea glass spray paint on the colorless and nearly-colorless bottles and the frost-effect paint on the ones with a blue tint. 

2.  Coat the painted empty glass bottles with a clear polyurethane spray so that the paint will not scratch off. 

3.  Lastly, wrap a burlap ribbon on the milk bottle carrier’s inside and place a replica of sea oats to finish the piece.

Wine Bottle Crafts: Beach Glass or Sea Glass Bottles for Coastal Decor
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#2 Wine Bottle Tiki Torches

Wine Bottle Tiki Torches
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Kirsten Georgi’s wine bottle Tiki torches are perfect for creating the right ambiance for your backyard and patio especially during spring.

What You Need

  • Pebbles that would fit into the opening of your empty wine glass bottle
  • Citronella oil or tiki torch oil
  • Tiki torch wicks
  • Brass coupling doohickeys

How It’s Made

  1. Put pebbles inside your wine bottle
  2. Insert a wick into a coupling doohickey and fill your bottle with oil
  3. Insert the wick into your bottle and you’re done!

#3 Wine Bottle Hanging Lights

Lauren J’s wine home decor idea is a nice way of adding a touch of fall to your home during cool weather. You’ll surely love this if you are into atypical wine decor ideas.

What You Need

  • Ice-cold water 
  • Sandpaper
  • Cord and bulb

How It’s Made

  1. Immerse the cotton wick in a bowl filled with acetone. 
  2. Wrap the wick around the bottom of the bottle and then use the lighter to set it on fire.
  3. Dip the bottle in ice cold water till the bottom of the bottle separates from the rest of the body. 
  4. Use the sandpaper to smooth out the bottom edges of the bottle.
  5. Thread a light cord into each bottle and install the bulb.
Wine Bottle Hanging Lights
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#4 Twine-Wrapped Wine Bottles

You will find different glass bottle craft ideas for creating twine-wrapped bottles but the easiest one is to wrap the whole bottle. Jute twines are perfect for adding a rustic charm to your craft bottles.

What You Need

  • Strips of burlap or ribbons
  • Hot glue gun

How It’s Made

  1. Use the hot glue gun to apply glue to the bottom of the bottle and leave it for sometime.
  2. Paste the twine onto the glue and repeat the process till your twine is wrapped around the entire bottle (or halfway through, however you like to design it).
  3. Use the strips of burlap to make flowers and stick them on the bottle any way you like.
  4. Use the ribbons to add more accent.
Twine Wrapped Wine Bottles with Burlap Rose and Lace
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#5 Self-Watering Planter

You can create self-watering planters using empty wine bottles for your mini gardens.

What You Need

  • Empty wine glass bottles
  • Acetone
  • Ice cold water
  • Lighter
  • Cotton Wick
  • Sandpaper
  • Dirt and seeds

How It’s Made

  1. Cut the bottle into two halves by wrapping acetone dipped cotton wick at the center of the bottle, setting it on fire, and then dipping the bottle in ice cold water.
  2. Sandpaper the edges of both the bottom and top half of the bottle to smoothen the edges.
  3. Invert the bottle’s upper half and put it inside the bottom half. 
  4. Thread an oil lamp wick down the bottle’s neck and make sure it touches your bottle’s base. 
  5. Fill your planter with water, place dirt, and then plant seeds on it.
Self-Watering Planter Made of Wine Bottles
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#6 Wine Bottle Bird Feeder on a Saucer

Do you love watching birds? Then you’ll surely want to create wine bottle bird feeders to attract them.

What You Need

  • Glass cutting drill
  • Empty wine glass bottles
  • Saucer or plate
  • Epoxy
  • Copper wire

How It’s Made

  1. Use the glass cutting drill bit to cut two to three holes at the bottom of your bottles. 
  2. Attach a saucer/plate to the bottom using epoxy. 
  3. To hang the bird feeder, wrap a piece of copper wire around the bottle’s top and create a hanger. 
  4. Fill the feeder with your choice of bird feed.
Bird Feeders Made of Empty Wine Bottles
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#7  Wine Bottle Bird Feeder With a House

Bird Feeder Made of Empty Wine Bottle
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 wine bottle bird feeder will surely please you. This recycled bottle craft is a bit challenging because you need to cut wood and add channels but the design is not that complex.

What You Need

  • Plywood
  • Empty wine bottle
  • Hose clamp
  • Table saw
  • Wood glue
  • Hammer and nails

How It’s Made

  1. Use the table saw to cut the plywood into smaller pieces for the house.
  2. Use wood glue and hammer and nails to put the pieces together in the shape of a house.
  3. Fill the glass bottle with different kinds of bird feed and attach it to the wood house.

#8 Mercury Glass Wine Bottle Trees

Having upcycled decor bottles for Christmas can help you save a lot on decoration costs. This Christmas wine bottle craft by The Frugal Tree made use of clear glass wine bottles.

What You Need

  • Empty wine glass bottles
  • Spray paint
  • Water and Fine-mist spray bottle
  • Tea Lights
  • Star Garland or other decorative strings

How It’s Made

  1. Lightly mist the inside of the bottle using a fine-mist spray bottle and water.
  2. Then spray the inside of the bottle with a silver-like aerosol spray paint (or any other spray paint of your choice).
  3. Wrap a silver “star garland” on the painted bottles or use any other decorative string. 
  4. You can also remove the bottom of the bottles and place tea-lights inside.
Mercury Glass Wine Bottle Trees
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#9 Decoupage Using the Pizzi Goffre Technique

Turn your empty wine bottles into amazing pieces of art with Thalia’s Pizzi Goffre Decoupage Technique on a wine bottle.

What You Need

  • Empty wine bottle
  • Lace
  • Decoupage glue
  • Acrylic primer
  • Paints
  • Putty
  • Varnishes

How It’s Made

  1. Add primer on the empty bottle.
  2. Glue the lace on the bottle and apply the putty.
  3. Put varnish on the bottle and paint it.
  4. Decoupage a rose-pattern napkin before applying turpentine varnish.
Decoupage on a Wine Bottle With the Pizzi Goffre Technique
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#10 Glittered Wine Bottles

Leanneja showed how to craft glass in this guide for making glittered IZZE bottles but you can also use wine bottles.

What You Need

  • Empty wine bottles
  • Modge podge
  • Glitter of your choice
  • Tape

How It’s Made

  1. Use tape to mark the area you want to glitter on the wine bottles.
  2. Put some hodge podge on the surface of the bottle.
  3. Then sprinkle your favorite glitter on it to get festive looking wine bottles.
Glittered IZZE Bottles
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#11 Bottle Wall

A Wall Made of Colorful Glass Bottles
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Joanne Miller’s idea of a wine bottle wall decor is perfect for providing privacy to your veranda.

What You Need

  • Rubber washers
  • Diamond-tipped drill bit
  • A lot of empty wine glass bottles
  • Shower curtain fittings
  • Powder coated curtain rods

How It’s Made

  1. Drill out the bottoms of the bottles using the diamond-tipped drill bit. 
  2. Attach metal tubing to signify the top and bottom of your glass wall.
  3. Use shower curtain fittings on the metal tubing. These fittings will hold the curtain rods with bottles.
  4. Install the curtain rods vertically to create the “skeleton” of the wall. 
  5. Thread the bottles on each rod while placing a rubber washer between the bottles.

#12 Tumblers

Wine Bottle Tumblers
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Orlando Angel’s cheap wine decor for the kitchen helps you create unique drinking glasses.

What You Need

  • Empty wine bottles
  • Sheets of wet sandpaper
  • Sheet of craft foam

How It’s Made

  1. Cut the empty glass wine bottles using the twine and cold water method we’ve described in the other DIYs.
  2. Place the sheet of craft foam on a flat surface with the sandpaper on top.
  3. Use the sandpaper to smoothen the edges of the tumbler. 
  4. Periodically wipe down the sides of the tumbler with a wet rag or towel.
  5. You can also etch a design on your tumblers if you want more creativity.

#13 Wine Bottle Lamp

Wine Bottle Lamp
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Wanna spice up your living room using empty wine bottle decor ideas? You can create one of these lamps.

What You Need

  • Empty wine bottle
  • Electric drill
  • 1/2 inch glass drill bit
  • Bottle lamp kit
  • Painters tape
  • Oven mitt

How It’s Made

  1. Place painters tape on the spot of the bottle where you’ll be drilling the hole, mark it, and start drilling.
  2. Get your bottle lamp kit and insert the cord in the hole you made on the bottle.
  3. Follow the assembly instructions that came with your bottle lamp kit.
  4. You can add a lampshade to finish the piece.

#14 Chandelier

This wine bottle chandelier from Mod Podge Rocks is excellent for adding style to your home decor.

What You Need

  • Mod Podge Sheer Colors
  • Pendant lights
  • Wirings for your light
  • Switch

How It’s Made

  1. Cut your wine bottles into your preferred size
  2. Color the upper half with Mod Podge Sheer Colors of your choices
  3. Set up the wirings of the pendant lights!
  4. Finally, turn the switch on!
Wine Bottle Chandelier
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#15 Terrariums

You can use empty wine bottles to create cute terrariums for your garden. Create yours now using Storm the Castle’s bottle terrarium tutorial.

What You Need

  • Small pebbles
  • Activated charcoal
  • Moss
  • Potting soil
  • Seeds (take note that you need to choose small plants that can fit inside your wine bottles)
  • Other decoration accessories you’d like to add.

How It’s Made

  1. Fill your bottles with the materials above in the same order to make your terrarium.
Wine Bottle Terrarium
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#16 Textured Beach Wine Bottles

Textured Beach Wine Bottles
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Try out Amanda’s textured beach wine bottles to bring a summer feel to your home.

What You Need

  • Gloss heavy gel
  • Beads
  • Twine
  • Starfish
  • Plastic spoon, toothpicks, scrubber pad (for creating texture on the wine bottles)

How It’s Made

  1. Coat the bottles with gloss heavy gel
  2. Create texture on the bottles using the plastic spoon, toothpicks, and scrubber pad.
  3. Let the bottles dry before adding other accessories such as beads and starfishes.

#17 Dish Soap Dispenser

Add a little bit of charm to your kitchen with KC Coake’s kitchen wine decor.

What You Need

  • Empty bottle
  • Your custom stencil
  • Glass etching cream
  • Bottle pourer
  • Paintbrush

How It’s Made

  1. Tape your stencil on the bottle.
  2. Apply the glass etching cream.
  3. Let your bottle dry before removing the stencil.
  4. Fill your bottle with dish soap.
  5. Attach the bottle pourer!
Etched Wine Bottle Dish Soap Dispenser
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#18 Outdoor Lights

Upcycle your empty wine bottles into clever wine art decors with Erik Anderson’s recycled outdoor wine bottle lights.

What You Need

  • Hanger materials
  • Wick
  • Oil

How It’s Made

  1. Set up the hanger where you’ll mount your bottle.
  2. Insert a wick into your bottle.
  3. Fill your bottle with oil.

These lights will not only provide ambiance outside your home in the evenings but also ward off insects if you fill your bottle lights with citronella oil.

Outdoor Wine Bottle Lights
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#19 Wine & Lace Centerpiece

Amber Lay’s paint-dripped and lace-wrapped wine bottles make great bachelorette party or bridal shower centerpieces.

What You Need

  • White lace ribbon
  • A bunch of Queen Anne’s Lace
  • White paint

How It’s Made

  1. Squeeze the paint inside the bottle and let it drip down.
  2. Once the paint has dried, wrap and glue the white lace ribbon into your bottle.
  3. Fill the bottle with water before putting the bunch of Queen Anne’s Lace.
Wine & Lace Centerpieces
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#20 Frosted Ombre Wine Bottle

For those who love ombre and frosted glass, Johnnie Collier’s frosted ombre wine bottle will surely appeal to you.

What You Need

  • Your bottle
  • Turquoise spray paint
  • White spray paint

How It’s Made

  1. Paint the bottle starting with turquoise at the bottom part.
  2. Shift to white on the top portion.

The finished product looks fantastic on its own so you don’t need to add other accessories.

Frosted Glass Paint Ombre Wine Bottle
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#21 Collaged Map Wine Bottle

This one is amongst the easiest craft ideas for kids with waste material using empty wine bottles. You only need to make a collage on the bottle to create a beautiful and interesting texture. Karen Kavett’s map collage bottle is a very simple decoupage project which your kids can easily follow.

What You Need

  • Your bottle
  • Paper map
  • Glue
  • Paintbrush
  • Varnish

How It’s Made

  1. Tear the paper map into pieces.
  2. Glue the map pieces onto your bottle.
  3. Let your bottle dry. You can use a blower for this.
  4. You can add a ribbon at the neck of the bottle and turn it into a vase.
Collaged Map Wine Bottle
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#22 Hanging Wine Bottle Vases

Are you looking for rustic and eco-friendly wine kitchen decor ideas? Johnnie Collier’s reclaimed wood wine bottle vase trio would be a great one.

What You Need

  • A scrap wood
  • Recycled wine bottles
  • A bell hanger kit
  • A picture hanging hardware

How It’s Made

  1. Install the hanger for the vases on the wood.
  2. Place the bottles on the hanger.
  3. Install the wood wine bottle vase trio on your wall.
  4. Add some flowers.
Reclaimed Wood Wine Bottle Vase Trio
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#23 Beach Glass Bottle

This is another one of our empty wine bottle crafts to start off your summer. With Carolyn’s beach glass bottle idea, you can imitate the frosty beach glass you find along the beaches using Mod Podge.

What You Need

  • Mod Podge
  • Water
  • Paint
  • Sand/dirt.

How It’s Made

  1. Fill your bottles with the materials above and mix it. The bottles look best if they are blotchy and uneven.
  2. Let the extra mixture flow by turning your bottles upside down.
  3. Wait for the mixture to dry.
Beach Glass Bottle
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#24 Asian Style Decoupage Wine Bottle

Do you want to add an Asian look to your home decor? Try Rita Shehan’s Asian style decoupage wine bottle craft.

What You Need

  • Asian style decoupage printables
  • White paint
  • Decoupage medium
  • A clear acrylic craft spray.

How It’s Made

  1. Paint your wine bottles with white.
  2. Cut out your Asian style printables and glue it on your bottles.
  3. Apply decoupage medium.
  4. Spray with acrylic craft sealer.
Asian Style Recycled Decoupage Wine Bottle Craft
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#25 Yarn Wrapped Bottles with Decoupage

Feel the summer more with Suzy Myers’ Yarn Wrapped Bottles with Decoupage in a sunflower theme!

What You Need

  • Colored yarns
  • Decorative sunflower napkins
  • Mod Podge
  • Silk flowers

How It’s Made

  1. Wrap your bottles with yarn.
  2. Coat the bottles with Mod Podge.
  3. Glue the decorative napkins on your wrapped bottle.
  4. Add some ribbons and silk flowers on your piece.
Yarn Wrapped Bottles with Decoupage
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#26 Picture Frames

Preserve your memories in decorative wine bottle picture frames with this wine decor!

What You Need

  • Beach sand
  • Small seashells
  • Trinkets

How It’s Made

  1. Fill your cleaned bottles with sand and seashells.
  2. Insert your photos inside the filled bottles.
  3. Add finishing touches by sealing the bottle with cork/stopper, attaching shells or trinkets on it, and wrapping it with other decorative pieces.
Recycled Wine Bottle Picture Frames
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#27 Van Gogh Art

Van Gogh Art on a Wine Bottle
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Are you good at painting and are looking for wine bottle craft ideas to make money? If you are, then Craftynest’s wine bottle home decor would be a good start.

What You Need

  • Acrylic paint
  • Artist’s palette
  • Clear lacquer
  • Latex primer
  • Glass etching cream.

How It’s Made

  1. Apply etching cream on your bottle.
  2. Let the etching cream dry and rinse the excess cream off.
  3. Paint the bottles with primer.
  4. You can now start painting!

Below is a similar wine bottle decor with a starry night theme using the same technique.

#28 Wine Bottle Platter

Turning your empty wine bottles into platters is another one of our recommended unique bottle craft ideas. You can make one of these by flattening your wine bottles in a process called bottle-slumping.

What You Need

  • Kiln for melting the bottle
  • Decorations you want to add such as beads

How It’s Made

  1. Clean your bottles.
  2. Melt the bottles inside the kiln.
  3. Remove the bottles from the kiln and add decorative touches.
Upcycled Wine Bottle Platter
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#29 French Decoupage Wine Bottle

Creating empty wine bottle decorations for your home is a great way of upcycling your bottles. Alinicholes’s French decoupage wine bottle is an easy decor you can follow.

What You Need

  • A sheet of French decoupage paper
  • Decoupage glue.

How It’s Made

  1. Tear the decoupage paper into pieces.
  2. Glue the cut-outs on the bottle piece by piece until the bottle is fully covered.
  3. Let your bottles dry.
French Decoupage Wine
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#30 Glass Etched Upcycled Wine Bottle Candles

Craft with bottles of wine with Pauline Molinari’s glass etched wine bottle candles! Spice up your family dinners outside during the summer with this decor.

What You Need

  • Alphabet stencils
  • Etching glue
  • Candles

How It’s Made

  1. Glue the alphabet stencils on your empty wine bottles.
  2. Apply etching cream on the bottles.
  3. Place a candle on top of your etched bottles to finish your craft.
Glass Etched Upcycled Wine Bottle Candles
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#31 Wine Bottle Art With Chalkboard Paint

This craft of wine by Kristina Gulino is a wonderful wine bottle kitchen decor.

What You Need

  • Chalkboard paint
  • A white chisel-tip chalkboard marker

How It’s Made

  1. Coat your cleaned wine bottles with chalkboard paint and wait for the paint to dry. By the way, you can also use chalkboard spray paint.
  2. Write anything you want on the bottles using the chalkboard marker.
Wine Bottle Art With Chalkboard Paint
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#32 Pendant Lights

Susan Teare’s craft lights for wine bottles can help you create amazing lighting for your kitchen.

What You Need

  • Very large empty glass wine bottles
  • Galvanized dark annealed wire
  • A lamp cord set
  • Light bulbs

How It’s Made

  1. Cut the bottles in half.
  2. Smoothen the cut part using sandpaper.
  3. Set up the wiring for the lights.
  4. Add decorative touches using the galvanized dark annealed wire.
Wine Bottle Pendant Lights
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#33 Floating Candle Holders

Are you looking for anniversary craft ideas and are also wondering what to do with empty glass bottles at the same time? Then you should try Amy’s mini craft light idea.

What You Need

  • Empty wine bottles
  • Bottle cutter
  • Candles

How It’s Made

  1. Cut your bottles in half using the bottle cutter.
  2. Sand down the cut edges of the bottom half because that is what you are going to use.
  3. Fill the bottom half with water before adding the candles.
Floating Candle Holders
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#34 Wine Bottle Citronella Candles

Turn your empty wine bottles into crafts to free your summer nights from buzzing mosquitoes with Hello Glow’s wine bottle citronella candles.

What You Need

  • Torch wicks
  • Tiki fuel
  • Marbles

How It’s Made

  1. Place marbles inside the empty clear wine bottles.
  2. Fill the bottles with Tiki fuel.
  3. Insert the torch wick.
Wine Bottle Citronella Candles
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#35 Puff Paint Wine Bottle Vases

This art and craft from waste materials by Cheryl is a great way of making a cheap wine bottle decor. You can also follow this craft if you are wondering what to do with empty liquor bottles.

What You Need

  • Puffy paint
  • Acrylic spray paint
  • Primer for this piece

How It’s Made

  1. Dot on puff paint on your bottles.
  2. Cover the bottles with primer.
  3. Spray the bottles with the Acrylic paint.
Puff Paint Wine Bottle Vases
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#36 Table Lamp

Do you want to know how to craft a glass bottle and turn it into a lovely table lamp like the one in the image above? Then get your empty bottle of wine and lamp wiring materials as listed in Home Dzine’s glass bottle craft to get started!

What You Need

  • A clear wine bottle
  • Lamp kit
  • Lampshade
  • Rust-Oleum Stone spray

How It’s Made

  1. Dot on puff paint on your bottles.
  2. Cover the bottles with primer.
  3. Spray the bottles with the Acrylic paint.
Table Lamp From a Wine Bottle
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#37 Pendant Lamp

Allison Murray’s wine bottle pendant lamp is another of our glass bottles craft ideas to add a unique touch to your home.

What You Need

  • Glass pebbles
  • Small craft lights or bulbs
  • Light Fusion to glue the pebbles on the glass

How It’s Made

    1. Cut the bottom of your empty bottles of wine.
    2. Place the gems on the surface of the bottles using the Fusion glue.
    3. Do the wirings of your lamp and you’re done with your lighted wine bottle craft!
Wine Bottle Pendant Lamp
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#38 Wine Bottle For Fall Decoration

If you are looking for things to do with empty wine bottles for your fall decoration, then Amy’s recycled bottles craft would be worth a try.

What You Need

  • Gold spray paint
  • Grass stick bouquets

How It’s Made

    1. Paint your bottles. You can either paint the whole bottle or in stripe patterns by putting tape on the areas you don’t want to paint on.
    2. Add the grass stick bouquets to finish the piece.
Spray Painted Wine Bottles for Fall Decorating
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#39 Chalkboard Painted Wine Bottle

There are a lot of glass craft ideas you can follow to turn your cheap empty wine bottles into snack storages such as Instructable.com’s chalkboard painted wine bottle.

What You Need

  • Painter’s tape
  • Chalkboard paint
  • Chalk
  • Small snacks

How It’s Made

    1. Decide the section where you’d want to place the label and use painter’s tape to mark the section.
    2. Apply the chalkboard paint on your bottle.
    3. Fill your bottle with your preferred small snacks.
    4. Label your bottle using chalk.
Chalkboard Painted Wine Bottle Jar Filled With M&Ms
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#40 Elf Wine Bottle Covers

Christmas Elf Felt Wine Bottle Covers
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Are you looking for ways to recycle your small empty bottles for your Christmas decoration? You can turn them into elf wine bottle covers.

What You Need

  • Colored cloth for the hat
  • Faux fur
  • Pom-poms

How It’s Made

  1. Create elf hats in whatever design you want.
  2. Attach faux fur and pom-poms to serve as the elve’s beard and nose.
  3. Slip the elf hat onto your wine bottles.

Below is a video tutorial you can follow to create a cute DIY elf wine bottle topper.

#41 Knotted Jute Net Bottles

Knotted Jute Net Bottles
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Craft wine bottles into amazing pieces of art with Cameo Cottage Designs’ knotted jute net DIY wine decor! You can use empty mini wine bottles for this craft too. This wine glass decor is a little bit complicated but you will find an illustrated step-by-step guide in the provided link.

What You Need

  • Jute/twine
  • Mod Podge
  • Paintbrush
  • Glue gun
  • Glue sticks.

How It’s Made

  • Create the knots as instructed in the provided link.
  • Use the glue gun and Mod Podge to glue the jute net you created on your bottle.

Here’s another knotted hanging lantern DIY project video tutorial by Martha Stewart.

#42 Christmas Centerpiece

This is another one of our empty liquor bottle crafts for Christmas decoration but you can also use wine bottles.

What You Need

  • A music sheet
  • Mod Podge
  • Glitters
  • Jute twine
  • Jingle bells
  • Snowflake ornament

How It’s Made

    1. Attach a music sheet on the bottle using Mod Podge
    2. Apply glitter on the edges of the sheet.
    3. Finish the piece by adding a jute twine ribbon, some jingle bells, and snowflake ornament.
Altered Bottles Christmas Centerpiece
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#43 Wine Bottle Table

A Table Made of Wine Bottles
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You can also create fine pieces of furniture using your empty drink bottles. You can use wine bottles as legs for mini tables. Fabiola’s wine bottle table is one of the best kitchen wine decor ideas you can follow.

What You Need

  • A wooden board
  • Painting brush
  • Measuring tape
  • A drill bit
  • A high speed jigsaw
  • Sandpaper

How It’s Made

  1. Cut the wooden board in your desired table shape.
  2. Put holes on it where you are going to insert the wine bottle legs.
  3. Install the wine bottle legs and add finishing touches.

Above is a short video tutorial of a similar project.

#44 Painting the Inside & Decorating the Outside

Unleash the creativity of your kids with fun glass craft ideas like Tanya’s painted glass bottles. These would be great as centerpieces for your kitchen.

What You Need

  • Assorted glass bottles/jars
  • Acrylic paints in different colors

How It’s Made

  1. Paint the inside of the bottles.
  2. Decorate the outside portion with some ribbons and doily.
Painted Glass Bottle Vases
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#45 Hanging Wine Bottle Chandelier

Hanging Wine Bottle Chandelier
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Are you wondering how to craft glass bottles into inexpensive lighting for your kitchen or wine cellar? Are you into woodworking too? Then you can surely pull off Brian’s wine bottle chandelier.

What You Need

  • Empty colored wine bottles
  • Cutters
  • Saws
  • A drill for this piece
  • Lamp sockets and wire
  • Spool of chain
  • Wing nuts
  • Wood screws
  • Plank of pine
  • A shallow plastic square junction box

How It’s Made

  1. Remove the base of the bottles.
  2. Wire the sockets and make sure the sockets will fit inside your bottles.
  3. Cut the wood plank in your desired size.
  4. Drill holes for the bottles on the wood plank.
  5. Insert the bottles into the holes you made.
  6. Install and conceal the junction box.
  7. Create the ceiling canopy. This will be attached to the ceiling where the chain will be suspended to hold the plank with the bottles.
  8. Suspend the plank holding the bottles.
  9. Set up the wirings for the light.

You can check out Kili’s own version of a bottle lamp chandelier in the video tutorial below.

#46 Wine Bottle Candles

There are many things to do with empty bottles. You can upcycle small empty wine bottles into charming candles.

What You Need

  • Wax
  • Scents
  • A wick

How It’s Made

  1. Cut your bottles in half.
  2. Melt some wax. You can add scents if you want.
  3. Position a wick at the center of the bottom half of your bottles.
  4. Pour the melted wax and you’re done!
Painted Glass Bottle Vases
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#47 Tinted Wine Bottles

You can also find a lot of simple ideas for empty wine bottles such as Paige’s DIY tinted bottles and jars.

What You Need

  • Mod Podge
  • Your preferred food coloring

How It’s Made

  1. Fill your bottles with the mixture.
  2. Let the extra Mod Podge flow by turning them upside down.
  3. Bake your colored bottles for 45 minutes.
Tinted Jar Vases
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#48 Etched Glass Water Carafes

Turn your empty bottles of wine into cute glass water carafes with Viv’s idea of etched water carafes!

What You Need

  • Lettering
  • Etching cream

How It’s Made

  1. Find a good quotation you will use to label your water carafes.
  2. Place the lettering on your bottle.
  3. Apply etching cream.
  4. Let the bottle dry for a few minutes before washing it off.
Etched Glass Water Carafes
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#49 Ombre Spray-Painted Wine Bottles

Do you love ombre? Then you will surely love Tracy Will’s ombre spray painted bottles

What You Need

  • Cleaned wine bottles
  • Three colors of spray paint

How It’s Made

  1. Start painting near the mouth of your bottles going down.
  2. Wait for the paint to dry before touching each one up until you get your desired bleed line.
Ombre Spray-Painted Wine Bottles
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#50 Snowball Wine Bottle Vases

Snowball Wine Bottle Vases
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Create wonderful winter and Christmas centerpieces using empty wine bottles with Tracie Stoll’s snowball wine bottle vases.

What You Need

  • Primer
  • Epsom salt
  • Some Christmas ornaments

How It’s Made

  1. Apply primer on your bottles.
  2. Spray the bottles with an adhesive.
  3. Roll the bottles in Epsom salt.
  4. Place them on a silver platter and then add some ornaments you prefer.

If you want to use glitters for your ombre, below is a video of a DIY ombre glitter champagne bottle you can follow.

Conclusion

There are many uses for empty wine bottles so you don’t need to throw them away if you already have quite a large collection. But, if you don’t have any and are planning to buy empty wine bottles in bulk, Roetell offers empty wine bottles for sale.

Not only that, we also have a wide range of customizable glass bottles, roller bottles, and jars for packaging purposes aside from crafting. Feel free to reach out to us and get your free samples!

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