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February 26, 2014

Re-Cycled Vinegar Bottle

Re-Cycled Vinegar Bottle ~ pretty and ready to use for whatever you like! #ReCyledCrafts #BottleCrafts
 I have a quick re-cycling craft for you today.

As you can see I transformed a vinegar glass bottle into a pretty bottle which can be used for just about anything - from a liquid container to a vase.

It took me under 10 minutes to finish this re-cycled vinegar bottle {which I needed for the ??? - on the blog soon! } into the simple, but pretty bottle as seen.

Re-Cycled Vinegar Bottle ~ pretty and ready to use for whatever you like! #ReCyledCrafts #BottleCrafts
 Removing the label from the bottle took the longest, but I do that as soon as a bottle is empty, so the removal of the label is not counted into the 10 minutes ;-)  {in case you wondered}

I started off by applying glue, using my hot glue gun, all around and on the top of the cap after which I then used jute and stuck it all around and over the top, in a circular movement - applied some more glue to the top layer of jute and gave it another whirl making the cap more conish.

The front was even quicker - a thick dab of glue, to which I first stuck the jute in an upside U, one end slightly longer than the other and finally a pinkish Plaster of Paris Rose.

Re-Cycled Vinegar Bottle ~ pretty and ready to use for whatever you like! #ReCyledCrafts #BottleCrafts
And my finished bottle already filled with the mysterious for now {but delicious!!} liquid which I will share the recipe with you in a day or two.
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  1. ohhh I think I know what it is limoncello I hope it is I love that stuff. The bottle look so pretty I really should have a look at some of the glass bottles here but other than vases I'm not sure what to do with them.

  2. So cute and clever use of a bottle. I'll have to give this a try.


  3. Oh I love it when you do a craft! This looks lovely and I love a good mystery!

  4. Great creation,Linda!
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  5. I have begun to save all the bottles and jars we use for future projects. It appears the mystery inside to be something lemon. Love the plaster rose.

  6. Love it!! Thanks for sharing at The Happiness is Homemade Link Party!!!

  7. Thanks so much for sharing this great project with us on Four Seasons Blog Hop~ Can't wait to "see" what's inside:) Lynn @ Turnips 2 Tangerines~
    *Here's my tip for removing those stubborn labels: Dip a cotton ball in vegetable cooking oil, rub the oil over the label or whats left of it, keep rubbing more oil on the label as needed, let it sit overnight, the label should then wipe right off. You can use this method on almost any surface:)

  8. So easy and such a nice center piece for our sideboard of table. Thanks for sharing this one over at Tell it To Me Tuesday! We hope you come back next week to share more goodies with us!


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