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DIY New Year’s Eve Bottle Centerpiece

One of the funny things about being a blogger is that you have to prep for the holidays way before anyone else is even considering it. I made this DIY New Year’s Eve Bottle Centerpiece in the heart of summer to share on my blog now. Call me crazy, but I like to plan ahead. I had them on display in my dining room and everyone that came over to my house asked if I was excited for the new year. I guess I kinda am!

If you are planning a New Year’s party and want to add a little pop of sparkle to your decor, this simple craft is for you. It’s easy to make and the finished product looks sharp. I was very happy with how nice they turned out.

DIY New Year's Eve Bottle Centerpiece - Simple to make and looks so sharp. An easy way to add some flair to your New Year's party.

Materials Needed

You’ll need a few materials to make this craft. This post contains affiliate links.

  • gift wrap bows
  • glass bottles (use glass water bottles or wine bottles)
  • glue gun
  • Craft Smart Satin Acrylic Paint in Vanilla
  • Design Master Colortool Spray in Brilliant Silver
  • Cardboard
  • Paint brush
  • House numbers
  • Diamond stickers

Method

Take your clean glass bottles into a well ventilated area. Make sure to protect the area around it so you don’t make a mess with the spray paint.

DIY New Year's Eve Bottle Centerpiece - Simple to make and looks so sharp. An easy way to add some flair to your New Year's party.

Spray each bottle with the silver spray paint twice. Leave it to dry completely between coats.

DIY New Year's Eve Bottle Centerpiece - Simple to make and looks so sharp. An easy way to add some flair to your New Year's party.

Using the lid of a mason jar, trace circles onto your cardboard and cut out.

DIY New Year's Eve Bottle Centerpiece - Simple to make and looks so sharp. An easy way to add some flair to your New Year's party.

Paint one side of your circle cut outs and let dry completely. Then place each number into the center of each circle.

DIY New Year's Eve Bottle Centerpiece - Simple to make and looks so sharp. An easy way to add some flair to your New Year's party.

DIY New Year's Eve Bottle Centerpiece - Simple to make and looks so sharp. An easy way to add some flair to your New Year's party.

Decorate the circles with diamond stickers.

DIY New Year's Eve Bottle Centerpiece - Simple to make and looks so sharp. An easy way to add some flair to your New Year's party.

Add glue to the back of the cardboard circles and affix to the painted bottles.

DIY New Year's Eve Bottle Centerpiece - Simple to make and looks so sharp. An easy way to add some flair to your New Year's party.

Stuff each curly ribbon into the top of each bottle. I folded the tag in half so it easily fit inside and no glue was required.

DIY New Year's Eve Bottle Centerpiece - Simple to make and looks so sharp. An easy way to add some flair to your New Year's party.

Place each bottle in a row and enjoy! I told you it was easy.

DIY New Year's Eve Bottle Centerpiece - Simple to make and looks so sharp. An easy way to add some flair to your New Year's party.

Save them for next year and you’ll only have to change the last number. The house numbers I bought were super cheap. I think they were under $2 a number.

DIY New Year's Eve Bottle Centerpiece - Simple to make and looks so sharp. An easy way to add some flair to your New Year's party.

Do you decorate for New Year’s?

DIY New Year's Eve Bottle Centerpiece - Simple to make and looks so sharp. An easy way to add some flair to your New Year's party.

DIY New Year's Eve Bottle Centerpiece

DIY New Year's Eve Bottle Centerpiece

Yield: 1
Prep Time: 45 minutes
Total Time: 45 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $

Simple to make and looks so sharp. An easy way to add some flair to your New Year's party.

Materials

  • gift wrap bows
  • glass bottles (use glass water bottles or wine bottles)
  • Craft Smart Satin Acrylic Paint in Vanilla
  • Design Master Colortool Spray in Brilliant Silver
  • Cardboard
  • House numbers
  • Diamond stickers

Tools

  • glue gun
  • Paint brush

Instructions

Take your clean glass bottles into a well ventilated area. Make sure to protect the area around it so you don’t make a mess with the spray paint.

Spray each bottle with the silver spray paint twice. Leave it to dry completely between coats.

Using the lid of a mason jar, trace circles onto your cardboard and cut out.

Paint one side of your circle cut outs and let dry completely. Then place each number into the center of each circle.

Decorate the circles with diamond stickers.

Add glue to the back of the cardboard circles and affix to the painted bottles.

Stuff each curly ribbon into the top of each bottle. I folded the tag in half so it easily fit inside and no glue was required.

Place each bottle in a row and enjoy!

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Stacie Vaughan

Stacie is the mom of two girls and lives in Ontario, Canada. She enjoys cooking/baking, photography, reading, DIY and is fueled by lots of coffee!

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