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DIY Yarn Bottle

DIY Yarn Bottle

DIY Christmas yarn bottle

Materials

empty wine bottle (already had)

red and white yarn (2.99 each at michaels)

fake flowers (I got mine at the dollar tree. 1 bundle of poinsettia and 1 bundle of gold glitter leaves $1 each)

glue gun

mod podge

brush

1) Start at the top, hot glue the end of the red yarn to the bottle. After that use the mod podge to attach the string to the bottle. With a brush, spread the mod podge on the bottle a little at a time and wrap the yarn. Continue doing this until you get to the bottom.

2) When you are finished cut the yarn and hot glue it to the bottom, try to hide it between the other yarn.

3) With  both the white and red yarn, hold them together as if they were 1 string and make your design as you wish starting at the top of the bottle and work your way to the bottom. Use hot glue to keep the string in place. When you are finished, cut the yarn and hot glue it to the bottom again.

4) Grab your flowers and place them in the bottle and you are done! Find an awsome spot to display them

Hope you liked this project! It took a little bit of time and as you can see my bottle has a little scarf which was by accident. As your wrapping it gets harder with the curves, but overall it was worth it and in the end I love how it came out. Hopefully you will be inspired to try it. Let me know how it comes out.

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2 comments on “DIY Yarn Bottle

  1. Andrea
    February 27, 2014

    I love this one!! So pretty! You should do one for every holiday 😀

  2. Andrea
    February 27, 2014

    Reblogged this on Life through Andrea's Eyes and commented:
    I love this!

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