Frappuccino Bottle Vases


With Spring just a few melted snowdrifts away, many of us are pulling out our glue guns and getting to work on fun crafts to welcome a new season. Laura Beth from A Step in the Journey tells us about her latest project. “I started with a few Starbucks frappuccino bottles saved for me by friends at work, and took off the labels with GOO Gone.”

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White and Gold Fall Decor for Less


Inspired by some pretty gold pumpkins she spotted at Target, Aniko from Place of My Heart decided to create her old golden Autumn decor for less.  She started with some wine bottles from her recycling bin and a few small, decorative pumpkins. Aniko turned the wine bottles into pretty vases with spray paint.  She painted {…Read More…}

Bottles to Beach Themed Centerpiece


Hosting a beach-themed party, this summer? Then you’ll want to check out this pretty centerpiece made from upcycled glass bottles at Organized 31.

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Glass Bottle Lanterns

Buttoneering lanterns before

Stacy from Buttoneeering shares a neat idea for upcycling empty glass bottles into lighting.  She suggests that empty wine or liquor bottles works best for this project, but I bet mason jars would work, too.

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Memento Display Bottles

Are you a lover of Starbuck’s bottled Frappuccino? If so, Daune from Cottage in the Oaks shares a myriad of uses for those containers that bear a strong resemblance to vintage milk bottles. Daune suggests using them as vases, dressing them up with a little burlap or jute, or filling them with sand from your {…Read More…}

Glass Bottle Centerpiece

On a little road trip, Kelli from A Happy Place Called Home came across what appeared to be a desert party area where bottles were strewn all over the ground. While they were dirty and just plain nasty, the images of all the projects involving bottles she’d been wanting to complete propelled her to start {…Read More…}