A couple of years ago I repurposed an empty wine bottle to use as a vase for some spring branches. When I got it out to use this spring, I decided to give it a little update.
Now, I’m using it as an easy Easter Egg Floral Branches decor piece. Don’t toss your next empty bottle! With a little paint and some ribbon, it can be a pretty spring time vase.
I know I’m not the only one who buys wine because of the shape of the bottle. I love finding bottles that have shapes that I know can be repurposed. This wine was a Francis Ford Coppela Sofia Riesling. After washing the bottle and removing the label (I use nail polish remover) it was ready for painting.
I used Krylon Cover Maxx Paint and Primer in Ballet Slipper.
Once the paint dried, I tied two pieces of sheer pink ribbon around the neck into bows.
I added floral branches and spread them apart. I had some Stretch Magic Bead Cord in my craft stash that I used for the eggs. I ran it through the small holes at the top of the egg and tied it off into a knot. I trimmed the excess cord and looped the egg over a branch.
I added a small piece of pink ribbon, tied into a bow, at the top of each egg.
This is such an easy repurposed project and I think it’s a fun piece of Easter decor.
I love the pink and white florals. I bought them a couple of years ago at Jo-Anns Fabric and Craft. Of course, I used a coupon to keep the cost low.
Before you toss that empty wine bottle, think about how easy it would be to turn it into a vase. This project was done in very little time, cost very little and adds some spring time color to my decor.
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