DIY Wrapped Twine Bottle Tutorial

 

Although I know most of us are buried under snow right now, I’m already thinking Spring!
Today I have a fun craft that gives an average glass bottle a complete new look!

 

 

For this project you will need:
  • one glass bottle
  • a roll of twine
  • some chalkboard labels
  • a glue gun
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I started at the top of my bottle by applying some hot glue on the rim.
While the glue was still warm, I carefully wrapped the twin around the bottle.
I then slowly work my way down the bottle, securing with small dots of glue..
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Once the bottle was completely wrapped,
I went back to the top and covered the lip with twine.
I just didn’t want an of the pink color to be exposed.
Then I grabbed my little chalkboard tag, wrote a little Spring encouragement
and placed it on the bottle.

I really loved making this craft because it turned out so cute
and it also got me in the mood to decorate my whole home for Spring! 

So, have you started decorating for Spring yet?

 

 

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Laura Tusken Inspiration for Moms

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Laura Tusken has been married to her highschool sweetheart for over 11 years and together they have a six-year old son. A former Kindergarten teacher turned stay at home mom, Laura loves to keep busy inspiring others on her blog Inspiration for Moms. There she shares DIY tutorials, home decorating ideas, recipes and crafts. Above all, Laura ‘s main focus is to keep a positive outlook on life. When she is not encouraging others, she loves to travel and is officially addicted to Starbucks.

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