Before you begin this project, I want to warn you to be flexible. The painting step has the potential to get messed up, but that doesn’t mean the project has to be a failure. I’ll show you how I fixed one of the bottles that didn’t turn out as I had planned.
- Glass Bottles or Jars
- WRX Mask
- Spray Paint
- Rubber Gloves
- Plastic Bags
- Masking or Painter’s Tape
- Drop Cloth, Tarp or Plastic
- Foam Stickers
- X-acto Knife
- Embellishments: beads, transfer rub-ons, wire, fabric, ribbon, raffia, lace, or whatever you have lying around
- Hot Glue Gun & Glue Sticks
- Clean out the bottles and let them dry totally.
- Select the sticker you want to use and place it in your bottle or jar.
- If the bottle neck is flat, use tweezers to place the label in the jar.
- At that point utilize a pencil or stick to immovably press the sticker to the interior of the bottle.
- Pack up your bottle in a plastic bag and tape the bag around the neck of the bottle.
- Set the bottles in a tarped area or box.
- Put on a few elastic gloves and embed the spray paint spout into the bottle. Spray a layer of paint into the bottle.
- Hold up some minutes and repeat. The paint will be fluid, so turn the bottles and containers to spread the paint around. At that point turn the bottles upside down to dry.
- After the paint has dried (a few hours), delicately expel the froth sticker with the tweezers.
- If a small paint drip into the sticker area, scrape with a fine blade. If your sticker is not fully adhered to the bottle and has leaked into the paint sticker, don’t worry.
- Once you’re done painting, you’re ready to decorate.
- You can make decorations according to your usage area. For example, if you intend to use the bottle as a vase, connect the ribbon in the desired color to the neck of the bottle.
- Decide the area we will use after finishing the decorating process. Say hello to your new bottle!