Just need 2 empty wine bottles, goo-gone to remove the labels, and craft paint! I put 2 coats of paint on each. Used Martha Stewart craft paint, good for glass(only $1.60 for a small tube of each color) and pencil drew the faces on before painting them with black. They should be spray painted with clear coat, but I didn't do that yet. Happy Halloween!
<p>You could do the eyes, mouth etc by cutting the shapes out of tape, adhesive vinyl, etc. Just stick them in position on the bottle before painting, and then peel them off right after painting. This would leave the clear glass underneath where light (LED) inside would shine through. Use yellow LED for the jack-o-lantern (you can get flickering LED to simulate candle), blue or red for the ghost.</p>
How cute! I bet these would look neat with some string lights inside. :)
Very clever way to recycle in season.
These look great! I love the smirk on the pumpkin bottle!

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