DIY Valentine Bottles Decoration With Love Embellish

DIY Valentine Bottles Decoration With Love Embellish

 

Need some easy and cheap diy valentine decoration without reducing the meaning of love? Here is an upcycling bottle project to make, a diy valentine bottles decoration with love embellish. I wrote the word “love”, but you may want to write the initials of yours and your loved ones which add more meaning to it.

Things you need to prepare to diy my valentine bottles decoration with love o

  • Three glass bottles (Large , medium and small, and please choose used bottles!)
  • White spray paint (matte)
  • Paint brush
  • Balsa wood
  • Organic rope

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Here are how I make the valentine bottles:

  1. Clean the used bottles and dry it thoroughly.
  2. Spray paint the three bottles with white paint. Let it dry.
  3. To make the love embellish, take the balsa wood, then sketch and cut three heart shapes; in big, medium and small sizes.
  4. Write the word “love” to love embellishes
  5. Glue an organic rope around the love embellishes.
  6. Glue an organic rope around the bottle’s mouth, do it to the three bottles.
  7. Glue the love embellish to each bottle according to the size, small to small, medium to medium and large to large.
  8. The Valentine Bottles Decoration With Love Embellish is finished! Easy diy right?

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The matte white paint, the bare balsa wood embellish and the organic rope give the rustic look of the Valentine Bottles Decoration. It looks effortless. This love embellish bottle decoration is the fast and easy diy to decorate your home during valentine’s day. And it’s cheap too, just use the empty bottles you have at home, great upcycling project to do.

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This Valentine Bottles Decoration With Love Embellish is actually representing my family, made for love. So, are you going to make it for your family too? And how many set of bottles are you going to make? Please share with me on the comments! πŸ™‚

Happy making creativity with love!

See you again with love!

Mel

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I entered my DIY Valentine Bottles Decoration With Love Embellish on challenges below:

  1. Mix It Up Challenge – Anything Goes + optional twist of Sentiment As Main Focus
  2. The Male Room – Anything Goes, Optional Twist Beverages
  3. Get Creative – Anything Goes
  4. Try It On Tuesday – Something Old Something New
  5. Rhedd’s Creative Spirit


40 thoughts on “DIY Valentine Bottles Decoration With Love Embellish

  1. Such a lovely idea Mel. I’ve made my Mom a door stop for Valentine’s day but she would have loved something like this too. I’m going to save it for next year

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  2. These are adorable. And I love the colors. I am simply done with red for a while after holidays. The muted colors are perfect and not just for Valentine day. I hope you are doing well. Thank you for sharing with us at #OMHGWW. I hope to see you again next week. By the way, I love your site.

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    1. Thank you so much Clearissa! Agree, it’s every occasion bottle decoration thanks to the neutral colors and style. Thanks for dropping by and leave your lovely comments, Happy Sunday!

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  3. OH! what a wonderful idea, love the look you have achieved. Thank you so much for joining us in our ATG / Beverage challenge at The Male Room this week. Looking forward to see you again next challenge.

    Faith The Male Room DT
    Daffodil Cards {My Blog}

    The Male Room
    themaleroomchallengeblog.blogspot.co.uk

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  4. I love a good upcycle and reusing items. These look awesome, such a pretty decoration for your home. Come and join Merry Monday on Sunday at 9 pm and share with us!

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