Here's a way to recycle those expensive and not so expensive wine bottles, that lets their bouquet last for a long time.
Whether you leave on the label or take it off, there are a myriad of interesting solutions that any novice can do. Tools you will need can range from a bottle cutter to a candle.
Have fun and create a mood that will allow your guests to taste the old world and some new upcycled charm.
Take a sip. Enjoy the taste for upcycled Wine Bottles that we rate "Brilliant, Sweet and not so Nutty":
From www.greenwinebottles.com as a grouping these look cool! Just a simple bottle cutter will do.
This is a great mood light for a arty or nightlight for a kitchen or bar from www.factorydirectcraft.com. You can make your own label, too!
A little more complicated but lovely. I have seen this with labels left on and with no added decor, also. Used as a coin tray, jewelry catcher, butter dish..cork holder for your bar...or just plain decoration...use your imagination. From www.flickr.com/photos/wingnutmagnet
De-lightful! So contemporary. Attach several color bottles together to achieve this ceiling fixture. from WellsPhere.com
Also from luxeandlillies.blogspot.com Wine Bottle Candle holders...elegant enough for fine dinng.
This is simple...one of those 60's recycle favorites. Use a bottle cutter, that's all! This one by www.Etsy.com/bodhicitta
From www.treehugger.com a wine Bottle wall. You can also make one that has scattered wine bottles here and there instead ofs olid coverage...that look is nice, also. Did you know, you can even use them as insulation this way. See greenbuilding for that info.
Love, love, love this one! Even a small area of a bar would be nice with this idea. From www.winebottle-blog.wahaca.co.uk
This candleholder takes a little woodworking, but interesting none the less from www.stephenbretland.com
Light up a room with a prized wine from www.etsy.com/storque. Make it your way--old charm or contemporary!
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