These DIY Painted Bottles turned out even better than I expected.
So bright and colorful and all while recycling those empty bottles just lying about in the house.
I did a recent post of
The amount of pasta bottles that we go through in our household is just way too much and I can’t seem to ever throw those bottles away.
And I was at a point where my stash of empty bottles was going out of hands and it was time to use them and get creative.
And a little Imagination!
The colors I chose were a Light Purple and a beautiful shade of green.
I used an Enamel finish so that when the paint dries, it has this glossy finish.
The fun and non messy part of this project is that all the painting will be done from the inside.
Yay for no mess!
Start by adding a little amount of paint directly inside of the bottle and then slowly start swirling it around and make it all the way to the top.
You do have to make sure that the paint is thin enough so that it swirls around easily but not that thin that it doesn’t cover the bottle completely.
A thicker consistency of the paint will be too challenging to swirl around and it just won’t look smooth.
I did the same with the Green bottle and then turned them upside down on a piece of styrofoam so that the excess paint could all just drip down.
Added some extra decoration on top of these even though they looked beautiful without it.
I glued on these colorful flowers that I bought from Michaels a while ago.
Place these however you like it.
I went around the rim and in a straight line on the front of each one of the bottles.
And there you have it guys!
What do you guys think?
Love how the bottles look so glossy and shiny since the paint is from the inside.