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This is a great project for recycling bottles and jars of any shape. These make great vases for faux or real flowers and great gifts. A very simple project for kids and adults.


Material

  • 2 or more Washed out glass bottles
  • 1 Can spray paint in desired colour
  • 1 Bottle of puff paint
  • 1 permanent marker

Method

  1. Grab your permanent marker and trace the word or picture you would like on your bottle.
  2. Using your puff paint apply over your word ( you can always skip straight to puff paint and free hand) Let dry.
  3. Once your puff paint is dry set your bottle down in a well ventilated area that you can walk around and start spraying your paint over the entire bottle.
    Let dry.
    Now you can place your bottles around the house to decorate your home or give as gifts!




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  • isabeau
    • 06 Mar 2014
      9:51 pm

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  • I like the addition of the words

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  • Great school holiday project for the kids. So many ideas that could be used for these

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  • Great decorations for the kitchen shelf


    • Even names for decoration would look lovely

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  • Awesome looking bottles – well done to you.

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  • wow this idea rocks. i love the raised words and you can write what ever you like. it would make for a really lovely and unique gift. lovely idea, soooo clever gal!

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  • A brilliant idea! Thanks for sharing!

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  • What a creative idea! Thanks for sharing this!

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  • Ah puff paint… very very clever!!

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  • I’ve always wondered how to get the raised letters.

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  • this is such a simple idea but it’s really good looking and cheap to make. i always see this type of thing in the shop and it’s expensive for what it actually is

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  • A simple but great idea, thanks for sharing.

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  • These are really beautiful and personal

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  • I’ve never heard of puff paint before, these look fantastic, will give this a go, thanks for sharing :)

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  • I’d never have thought of using puff paint for this. Brilliant!

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  • I love this idea and I love the words you have chosen.

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