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20 Nov 2012 1 Comment
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Are you looking for a fun and unique wedding favor? Do you have a pile of empties in your garage or kitchen that need to be utilized?
Why not turn them into a wedding table flower vase?
Wedding center pieces tend to add up, especially if you purchase them in sets. But if you make your own out of cost effective wine bottles you save quite a bit, not to mention you get a set of center pieces that are truly unique.
Here’s a quick tutorial on how to turn your empty wine bottles into the perfect wedding decoration.
Items you’ll need:
-An empty wine bottle (if you don’t have enough lying around try asking friends, family, and local bars for their empties)
-Flowers (your wine bottle and flowers can match in color if you like)
-A bottle cutter (if you don’t have one the highest in price they range is around $40, well worth it in the long run)
-A candle (and eventually, matches to light the candle)
- Clean the bottle thoroughly in warm soapy water. Try to scrape off as much of the original label as possible.
- Score the bottle using the bottle cutter. It’s important to maintain pressure on the bottle toward the back end of the bottle cutter. The lines should be even and match up with each other at the end, but if they don’t it’s easily corrected. (Please note that the sound scoring glass makes isn’t exactly pleasant, so you may also want to invest in earplugs or play some Heavy Metal with the volume turned to 11)
- Slowly rotate the scored line of the bottle over a candle flame. Maintain inward pressure on the bottle, gently flipping and pushing the neck and the bottom rim toward the center.
- Take an ice cube and quickly slide it around the scored edge to cool it down.
Wala! Now you have a brand new flower vase that can be given away as wedding decoration, a birthday gift, even a holiday present. Attach one of the many expertly designed labels or gift tags available from Labels on the Fly to complete the look and you’re finished.
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by allbeverage in custom labels, custom stickers, custom wine labels, wine making Tags: bottle labels, custom design labels, custom hang tags, custom wine bottle hang tags, custom wine bottle labels, fun arts and crafts, plants, terrarium, wedding wine, wine, wine bottle crafts, wine bottle terrarium, wine making, wine storage
If you make or enjoy wine chances are you’ve got a large number of empty bottles lying around the house, and while there are a variety of different things that can be done with empty wine bottles (recycling, candle-making, bird-feeder construction to name just a few), one way to recycle an empty wine is to turn it into a miniature terrarium.
That’s right. A terrarium.
Terrariums are small containers that provide a high humidity environment for plants that might not otherwise survive very long in your home.
A wine bottle terrarium can make a great gift to friends and family members, and is especially well received as a birthday gift or, even better, a winter holiday gift. Those who won’t be expecting to see such lovely, thriving plant-life in the colder months will be absolutely thrilled to receive such a kind, personalized gift.
The process of making a wine-bottle terrarium is fairly simple and quite cheap, especially since you’re starting out with your own empty wine bottle. Here are the items you’ll need to make your wine bottle terrarium:
- Glass container (in this case, a wine bottle, although jars and even light bulbs can be used)
- Activated charcoal (the kind sold at pet shops for aquariums)
- Pea gravel
- Potting soil
- Moisture-loving plants
- Plant life (you can choose plants of various heights and colors, but they ought to have the same needs and conditions so you can care for them all simultaneously. Moss is a great choice for beginners and is easily found in any backyard or wooded environment.)
Each of the materials should be relatively easy to find and affordable prices. Once you have your materials, you can begin setting up your terrarium.
1) First off, begin by washing your container in hot, soapy water and drying it afterward.
2) Line the bottom with a thin layer of gravel for drainage.
3) Place a ½ inch layer of activated charcoal onto the gravel. The charcoal will filter the air.
4) Add around 1-½ inches of moist, high quality growing medium rich in organic material into the mix
5) You’re now ready to insert your plants. Trim off any damaged parts, place the plants in the soil using long tweezers or a stick with a wire loop attached to the end, and gently tamp down the soil. Try to keep the leaves from touching the glass to prevent rot.
6) Mist the inside of your terrarium and let it sit for a day before misting again. Once the water has evaporated off the leaves, you can cover the container.
7) Make you to stick it in the sun so your plants will thrive.
And that’s all there is to it! You can keep several terrariums in your home or in your office at work, or you can choose to give them away as gifts – even sell them at your local Farmer’s Market. If you do decide to sell or give them away don’t forget to label your products with custom hang tags. A wide variety of excellent, custom wine bottle hang tags and labels can be found at Labels on the Fly.
Stay tuned for more fun wine bottle facts and tips from Custom Wine and Beer Bottles.