It’s craft time! What better materials to use than what you already have plenty of…Sweet Tulip wine bottles! These repurposed Sweet Tulip wine bottles are a fun and easy way to reuse your wine bottles and add beauty to your space!
Are you ready to get artsy too? Feel free to follow our steps or create something uniquely you!
4 Empty Sweet Tulip Wine Bottles
Hot Glue Gun
Flowers to put in bottles
Fill up a bucket (or your sink) with warm water and let your bottles soak for about five minutes. We found it helpful to fill the bottles with water so that they wouldn’t float. While you are waiting, plug in your hot glue gun!
After the bottles have soaked, peel off the labels. Dry off the bottles using a towel.
Wrap burlap string around one of the empty bottles using a hot glue gun to attach. It is easier to glue the first row of string, then turn the bottle while pulling the string tight. When you get near the neck of the bottle, start using the hot glue gun again so that the string will stay attached. Cut the string so that you can see the tulips on neck of the Sweet Tulip Wine bottle!
Repeat Step 3 for all four Sweet Tulip bottles.
Lay out your buttons on a table (or the floor) the way that you want them for each bottle. Plan the “L”, “O”, “V”, and “E” (or whatever word you want to spell!) so that you can transfer them easily to each bottle.
After you find a layout that you want, place a small drop of hot glue on the back of the button and transfer it to the bottle. Be careful! The glue is hot when it gets on your hand. Experience is a good teacher
Remove the tulip wrap on the neck of the bottle from two bottles using scissors. Dip the neck of the bottles in green paint, or use a brush, and let them dry.
Place your flowers in the bottles, and voila! You are finished
Congratulations! You’ve finished your first Sweet Tulip craft. Take time to celebrate by emptying some more bottles to use later!