Today, prices for beautiful trinkets are growing, but you still want to create comfort around you. Sometimes it's better to save some money by doing it with your hands. In the process, you will still get a lot of pleasure from needlework. We offer you some ideas for the “recycling” of glass bottles that will surely decorate your home.
1. Beautiful frames for photos
First, wash the bottles with soap and warm water. This will be enough to remove the labels from them. You can use a little nail polish remover. Just make sure the bottles are dry before doing this.
Now roll up the photos that you want to place in the bottle with a straw. Use a long brush, pencil or knitting needle to set them in the desired location. Open them a little in the same way.
Add some decorations to complete the composition (it all depends on your imagination). You can use pebbles, beads, and shells. By the way, sand and shells will become a natural “holder” for photos.
2. Glass vases
Because alcohol is sold in bottles of all shapes and sizes, they make great vases!
3. Festive decoration
For any special occasion or holiday, you can make a festive decor. For example, such a New Year's decoration is extremely simple, but looks magical.
4. Convenient storage containers
Isn't it a bottle for storing bulk products? To create one, you will need a wine bottle, scotch tape, some slate paint and chalk. The great thing is that you can store anything in it and change the inscription as you wish.
And having bought the components for creating a lamp in a hardware store, you will get a wonderful table lamp at no extra cost.
6. Here's how to experiment with slices
No one will guess at the meeting that this is a bottle of wine that you once drank to someone's health. But no one will have such a vase, we give a guarantee.
7. Flower pots
By cutting the bottle in half and inserting the neck into the bottom, you can make interesting pots.
Insert candles in the bottles and they make great old-fashioned candlesticks inspired by the romantic era, pirate ships and squeaking pianos.