Wine? Gimme. If you’re a wine fan like myself you end up with a bottle
or 4 that just ends up going out in the trash or with the recyclables. Why not make it shine? Break out the glitter and the modge podge and finish up your last glass of pinot noir. We’re gonna need that bottle.
Wine bottle(s) label removed
Red Solo Cup (to keep things classy)
Paint Brush or Foam Brush
Large Cardboard Box
Mix the glitter with the modge podge, I used about 3tbsp of glitter and about 1/4 cup of modge podge, add more glitter to make it shinier!
The mixture will not look very pretty, don’t be afraid, it’s gonna dry up and shine up nice.
You’re basically painting the modge podge/glitter mix on the wine bottle. I suggest doing all of your work inside a cardboard box to reduce messiness…unless you genuinely enjoy scraping glitter off your surfaces for weeks.
Once your workspace is set, just start painting. Try to keep even strokes, and try to avoid dripping/clumping
Once you’ve completed your first layer of painting it should look something like this
See my little clumps and runs? Yea, don’t do that. It’s a fun simple and fairly inexpensive way to add a little touch of sparkle to a little corner. Depending on the glitter you use you can be as crazy or as subdued as you’d like.
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