24 Crafty Reasons You Should Be Drinking MORE Wine.

24 Crafty Reasons You Should Be Drinking MORE Wine. June 2, 2018

If you’re a wine lover, then you understand the burden of not knowing what to do with all your wine bottles once you’ve emptied them. Sure recycling them would typically be the obvious answer but sometimes these bottles are just too pretty to throw away. So maybe you keep the first one and then the next thing you know you’re keeping all of them and now you’re left with a collection you didn’t mean to start. Well, we’ve got great news for you: you can repurpose those fancy looking bottles into something that may actually be of use to you. You can use them as decor, as a planter, a dish, a candle, and as accessories to help you build new furniture — anything, really! Ok, maybe not ANYTHING, but you can make lots of things. Here’s some DIY projects to help get you started.

You can also use your favorite sheets of music or anything that may have some special meaning.

Get LED lights so that they won’t heat up!

And then use the necks that come up on top of the table as vases and/or candle holders. So beautiful.

It’ll provided the perfect ambiance for a romantic candlelit dinner.

It will also help to keep the mosquitos away.

You can use all of the same bottle to create a more uniform look or you can mix and match different styles.

Succulents are so easy to grow.

Wrap them in decorative wire afterwards!

Make a trio of them and hang them onto a plank of wood to recreate this look.

Be sure to properly sand down the edges to prevent any potential lip injuries.

Add just a stripe of chalkboard paint to create labels to help you organize.

Those look amazing.

Mount this somewhere in your backyard that doesn’t get direct sun to avoid damp bird seed and condensation.

Perfect for people who are going for an industrial look.

What a cool idea!

Use chalkboard paint or chalkboard stickers to label.

Use soy wax as your candle base.

Use a neutral lampshade on top and decorate with a bold color on the bottom.

A hobby that requires skill and patience.