St. Patrick's Day Bottle Centerpiece

Hi everyone!
We had a gorgeous weekend. The weather was so nice I was able to stay in the garage and do a little bit of cleaning, mainly organizing all the stuff that's been wandering all around the place. While there I met a box of green bottles that reminded me St. Patrick's day is on its way.

The question was how to dress the bottles for the occasion! Remember my SureSwatch review, where you use these films to try your colors instead of painting swatches on the walls? I still had one extra film and it came in handy for this project.

It was used as a stencil. For one of the bottles three pieces were cut and holes were done with a ¾" hole punch. The spaces were then painted.

The punched out circles were then attached to the second bottle. After painting the bottle, the SureSwatch dots were removed.  I liked that they were easy to remove though I didn't get sharp lines, in fact the lines were rough but I didn't mind ;)

For the third bottle, using the same film, very skinny stripes were cut and attached to the bottle. First it was painted white, then each of the colors of the rainbow.

As I said, the lines were raggedy, but they were easy to fix just using my nails. Just like that, I liked the bottles.

But of course with some tags they look way better. You can find the tag printables HERE.

Some gold and the centerpiece is ready to attract some chocolate lovers.

I used the home made version of chalk paint used on the hutch makeover

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Our Pinteresting Family said...

What a fun idea, Cristina. I love the rainbow bottle especially. :)

Vel Criste said...

Super cute, perfect and easy St. Patrick's Centerpiece Cristina!!!!!!

Nancy's Notes said...

Christina, those are just adorable! You are so clever and oh so, creative!
Have a great day!

Angélica D said...

Cristina que linda idea ese centró de mesa !!!

Linda @ it all started with paint said...

So super cute!

Feral Turtle said...

This is so cute!! Being about 1/8 Irish, I will have to celebrate St. Pattys Day! I probably won't decorate but I will have a green beer lol!

Suzan Sweatman said...

You're amazing Cristina - really amazing - | love these - what a perfect centerpiece for St Patty's day !!!

Vienna Aquilar said...

Really cute idea! Thanks for sharing as always love you designs.

daniela said...

These are really really cute. Especially that polka dot one! I'm so excited for St. Patrick's Day this year. If you haven't already, I'd love for you to link up at Link'n Blogs. :)

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Sami Bookout said...

oh my gosh, I love this! The colors look great against the green bottles and the gold coins add some whimsy!
Thanks for a great tutorial

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

This is so clever. Love the bottles and your pot of gold in the tray. Cute, cute, cute. Thanks tons for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, marty

Meghan Quinones said...

Hey There!

We are having a Linky Party here http://ss1.us/a/dMkg1Te8 and are looking for St Partick's Day projects. I found your St. Patty's Day bottles on craftgawker and think they are so pretty! We are choosing 3 of our favorite projects, and those chosen will get $5 in Blitsy credits. Hopefully we see you at our party! :)


Cindy @ Dwellings-The Heart of Your Home said...

Super cute! Thanks so much for sharing at AMAZE ME MONDAY...

Crochet Hooks said...

love these :) awesome job on them, I like the way you used the circles and the background for two - no waste! newest followers :) Would love you to visit our Snickerdoodle Sunday sometime!

Cheryl @ That's What Che Said said...

I featured you at Monday FUNday! Thanks so much for linking up and please grab a feature button! xo- Cheryl



Hay Christina, hoy mismo estaba por irte a visitar y cual mi sorpresa, amiguita! Gracias por tus lindas visitas! I love the bottles for St. Pat's, wish I was as clever and talented as you! I'll be visiting other posts too, hon...

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