Easy, Recycled Bottle DIYs

Amazing DIY and eco friendly ideas from Homedit.

Easy, Recycled Bottle DIYs

BY Homedit.

Whether it’s an empty, half-gallon milk jug or a coca-cola glass bottle, these easily recycled pieces can also become an amazing foundation to lots and lots of fun DIYs. Literally, any room of the house can use  a sprucing of recycled bottles, just scroll through the list to see how! Easy, recycled bottle DIYs are here, soak up every idea!

1. Sharpie Magic

Dipped your old bottles in white paint. And then take your black Sharpies and get to work making some modern, contemporary new home accessories.

2.Wonderful Washi

We love washi tape and we love how many beautiful ways your can utilize it. For example, use it to embellish a simple bottle and turn it into a delicate, dainty vase for the kitchen table!

3.Twine Wrapped

Wrap some of your old bottles in twine for a more rustic, cozy style. Organize them on your mantle, buffets or side tables for a homey, yet unique, appeal.{found on abrideonabudget}.

4.New Light Fixtures

Yes, who knew you could turn a bottle into a lamp?! It’s certainly fresh and trendy, but it also has a masculine feel that’s perfect for a home office or even the “man cave.”{found in instructables}.

5.Paper Stamped

Paint your bottle and then decoupage your favorite music lyrics, poetry or line from a book! It’s cozy, it’s cottage, it’s delicate and it’s completely unique.{found on thewickerhouse}.

6.Beer to Vase

Old beer bottles can actually be quite pretty. Spray paint and some painters tape is all you need to start styling something similar. Use them as vases or other easy, decorative accents for around the house.{found on brit}.

7.Candle Holders

If you know how to cut bottles safely, turn your old wine bottles into some beautiful, romantic candle holders. Grab some taper candles and romanticize your space.{found on etsy}.

8.A Simple Dip

Sometimes all you need to do to add some fashion-forward energy is to dip your bottle. Then use it for any type of styling purposes you need, from centerpieces in the dining room to brand new mantle creations.{found on ashflynn}.

9. Chalkboard Covered

You could even dip your bottles into chalkboard paint and make your own versatile menus or festive decor. All you need is some chalk to change the designs for the season!{found on nookandsea}.


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