Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Repurposed Orangina Bottles


make a lovely home for my freshly picked hydrangea.
I love the simple and natural look of the flowers in these bottles.
I love the simple and natural in everything.
I love to recycle and repurpose what I can.

This is an effortless project. All you need are bottles or jars - such as mason, jam or pickle jars, some twine or thin rope and a hot glue gun.

I suggest you start at the bottom and let the twine follow the glue along the sides of the bottle or jar. There is no way to mess this up! So, for those of you who are not crafty or creative this is a great project for you! The end result is always spectacular!

Headed back out with my shears...

XOXO


5 comments:

Lily Lemontree said...

Love this! I have a gorgeous square shaped jar kicking around that I have been dying to use, the twine will give it just the right touch. I have gotten crafty with my Orangina bottles too! I popped a spout on one which is now the permenant home for our maple syrup.
Hope you are having a stress-free day!!
xoxo

JMW said...

What a great DIY project! Love the finished product. So pretty!

Chelsea said...

Beautiful! I will be attempting this!

Ridgely's Radar said...

Simple and gorgeous - the best kind of DIY! I may have to copy you!

Cassy said...

Gorgeous hydrangea flowers.

Cassy from Guitar Made Easy