Wednesday, April 4, 2012

DIY: Twine Wrapped Bottles

What do you get when you have leftover bottles, twine, and hot glue?

An easy, inexpensive DIY project!

I love how these twine-wrapped jars add texture and something natural to a room. (Side note: whether it be a wood side table, a bamboo place mat or a plant, I believe every room needs something 'from nature' in it.)

One of my favorite parts of design is mixing rustic, rough pieces with delicate items. Opposites attract...look how the pink flowers and twine complement each other :)

Mix it up by wrapping unexpected pieces such as wine glasses, use different colored twine on the jars, or gluing a strip of moss or fabric in between the twine.

What do you think? Have you ever made any?


Cami said... Best Blogger Tips

This is so unique & cute, Coley!! :)

malia said... Best Blogger Tips

I think they are wonderful and I like the different shapes! Really cool!

It's All Connected said... Best Blogger Tips

Those would be beautiful on the patio table! I may even try it with rope for a nautical feel. ~ Maureen

Rod and Alex - aka: "Rolex" said... Best Blogger Tips

These look super-cute! And fairly easy! Maybe even easy enough for me! :)

Thanks for the great idea!

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said... Best Blogger Tips

Hi Coley, Your bottles turned out wonderful! I saw a bottle wrapped in rope last week at a high end decor shop and plan on making one. Now I may be adding some like yours to the vignette.
Hugs, Sherry

Eloquent English said... Best Blogger Tips

These twine-wrapped jars are awesome! I think they would be lovely on a sundeck or something of that nature. ;) I love them! xoxo A-

Sheila @SZInteriors said... Best Blogger Tips

These are so much fun! I love twine and rope wrapped things, and have been contemplating some
DIY projects myself! But what to do, what to do?...