This is one of my favorite crafts because, it is both family friendly and when the bottle is empty can re-purposed as a vase for long-stemmed flowers. This is a very nice DIY (Do it yourself) project that can brighten up decor at an event. Beyond adding a little bling, this makes for a great table giveaway or souvenir. The process video below shows a fully customized bottle where all the labels have been replaced. The following process video, walks through all the steps and supplies. For avid readers, the supply list and step-by-step instructions will be posted below.

Project Duration: Up to 48 hours (Glue has to dry and then seal the glitter onto the bottles)
Supplies:
Access to a laser printer
Thermoweb Deco Foil (in the color of your choice)
Themoweb Vellum Carrier Sheets for Laminator or Vellum
Laminator
8 1/2 x 11 white paper
Scissors
Mod Podge
Mod Podge Foam Brush Set
Elmer’s Washable Clear Glue
Glitter (in the color of your choice)

Step 1. Create your bottle labels using the templates in ms word.
Step 2. Print your labels on 8 1/2 x 11 paper on a laser printer or color printer
Step 3. Using Scissors cut your labels.
Step 4. Laminate your labels if you printed them from a laser printer using deco foil and a carrier sheet.
Step 5. Glue labels onto the bottle using Mod Podge step away until labels are dry.
Step 6. Go back to project and using foam brush, put a even layer of Mod Podge all around the bottle labels.
Step 7. Pour glitter on Mod Podge coated areas carefully rotating until bottle is fully covered.
Step 8. Let dry for 12 hours.
Step 9. Examine bottle and if needed, add glitter to areas. If not, shake bottle and softly touch bottle loosening unglued glitter.
Step 10. Once all loose glitter is no longer on the bottle, coat the glitter areas gently with Elmer’s Washable Clear Glue.
Step 11. Let the Clear Glue dry for 12 hours. Once dry, the glitter is sealed onto the bottle, when serving bottle contents, no glitter falls into glasses.
Step 12. Touch the bottle to verify glitter is sealed.