DIY recycling projects are always cool, especially when you can turn your trash into something new and useful.
Wine lovers, this one’s for you.
If you love beachy decor you’ve probably purchased your fair share of netted bottles. Save some money and make your own using jute twine and wine bottles. Get the tutorial at Cameo Cottage Designs.
Serve your summer cocktails out of a gilded wine bottle, made with leftover candy wrappers. Get the tutorial at A Subtle Revelry
Cut a wine bottle in half and save the bottom portion to make tiny terrariums. If you don’t want to use a wine bottle, try making these in a Mason jar Get the tutorial at Saved by Love Creations
Use the upper halves of your wine bottles to create an upcycled chandelier that will make a statement in any room. For a more neutral look, don’t stain the bottle. Get the tutorial at Modge Podge Rocks.
Display table numbers oh-so-tastefully with these chalkboard-painted, burlap-wrapped wine bottles. Get the tutorial at Michaels.
Take a different approach to the traditional guest book and have guests sign a wine bottle at your next party. You’ll have a treat for the end of the day and a keepsake that will remind you of the event forever. Get the tutorial at Bespoke Bride.
Turn a group of wine bottles into a no-fuss centerpiece. All you need are bottles, a little water, and a few flowers. Get the tutorial at Uncommon Designs.
Feed strands of twinkly lights into wine bottles for a beautiful year-round display. Get the tutorial at This Old House.
Faux-Mercury Glass Bottles
These metallic bottles will add a chic touch to any room. Group them together for an even bigger statement piece. Get the tutorial at The Joy of Decorating.
Wine Bottle Shelf
How cool is this shelving unit made of wine bottles and wood? Get the tutorial at Zero-Waste Design.
Grow your herbs using a Mason jar and the top of a wine bottle for a desktop or countertop planter. Get the tutorial at Little Projectiles.
Make your own side-table lamp using an upcycled wine bottle. Play up the bottle’s shape with a simple lampshade. Get the tutorial at Lana Red Studio.
Keep bugs at bay while you relax outside with these wine bottle citronella candles. Get the tutorial at Hello Natural.
Wine Bottle Soap Dispenser
Ditch the plastic bottle and pour dish soap into an adorable etched-glass wine bottle. Get the tutorial at Living Well Spending Less.
Wine Bottle Wall
Create more privacy for your backyard and use extra bottles to make a partition. The sun will look gorgeous shining through all of the colors! Get the tutorial at Hometalk.
These DIY wine bottle candles make the perfect hostess gift. Get the tutorial at Saved by Love Creations.
Attract feathered friends to your yard this summer with a cool wine bottle bird feeder. Get the tutorial at The Garden-Roof Coop.
Candy Corn Bottles
Brighten fall decor with bottle display painted to resemble candy corn, or use whatever colors you’d like and display them year round. Get the tutorial at Brit + Co
Light up your next outdoor event with homemade tiki torches. Get the tutorial at The Armchair Sommelier.
These wine bottle drinking glasses are eco-friendly and dishwasher safe. Please note: this craft requires a torch to smooth out the edges, so use caution while working with fire. Get the tutorial at Valley & Co. Lifestyle.
Reclaimed Wood and Vase Trio
Bring your garden inside by placing flowers into a hanging wine bottle display. Get the tutorial at Saved by Love Creations.
Etched Candle Holders
Decorate your next outdoor party with gorgeous wine bottle candle holders. Personalize them by etching your monogram onto the bottle. Get the tutorial at Club Chica Circle.
Wine Bottle Cake
There’s actually no wine bottle in this DIY, but this cake would make the perfect gift for any wine lover! Get the tutorial at Piece of Cake
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