DIY easy spring craft using snapple bottles
Apr 152014
 

Do you have a Snapple bottle around the house? If yes, then you have almost everything you need to complete this craft. Yes, a Snapple bottle can be re-made into something pretty. I know, I know. I was shocked too when I first tried this!  :)

By painting three Snapple bottles in bright, vibrant Spring colors and then filling them with basic white flowers, you can transform something very ordinary into something quite extraordinary.

Ok, here is the tutorial. It’s not long, I promise.

DIY easy spring craft tutorial using snapple bottles

Start with one of these. An empty Snapple bottle, rinsed and dried. Remove the label by soaking the bottle in soapy water and then scrubbing it off.

Pick your bright paint colors. Start pouring the paint on the inside of the bottles. Yes, the inside. By painting the inside, the finished product retains its shine and uniformity. Pour paint inside the bottle and swirl it around to cover the entire interior surface. Pour more until the whole thing is covered.

Repeat for a few different bottles. And fill with plain, white flowers. Use real or fake. I used fake because that’s all I had in the house at the time. Display them in a grouping. Happy Spring!!

You can also use other basic bottles, like Starbucks bottles, if that’s what you have.

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 April 15, 2014  Posted by

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