Remove all of the labels from the outside of you wine bottle. Rinse of the bottle.
Step 2: Clean Inside of Bottle
Pour a small amount of bleach into the bottle. Add a little water and swish it around the entire inside of the bottle.
Step 3: Rinse Well
After you have done this for a few minutes, make sure you rinse the bottle out well. This is especially true if you intend to use this bottle to store your cooking or dipping oils.
Step 4: Wipe with Rubbing Alcohol
Wipe the entire outside of the bottle off with rubbing alcohol. This will help to remove any remaining glue from the labels and oil from being handled.
Step 5: Load Your Plate with Paint
Load your plate with Burnt Umber and Wicker White Folk Art Enamel paint.
Step 6: Double Load Your Paint Brush
You will be using a flat brush #10. Double load with Burnt Umber and Wicker White. This will be used to paint the vines.
Step 7: Paint The Grapevine
The first part of your design that you will be painting are the grap vines. These are just placed in random places on your bottle. I typically, start at the bottom and go up to the top. I start the vine in a couple of places on the bottom. There is not any set pattern.
Step 8: Clean Out Your Brush
You will be moving on to the next colors. Rinse out your brush with water.
Step 9: Place Two New Colors of Paint on your Plate
You will be using Thicket and Sunflower to paint the grapevine leaves and One Stroke leaves. Load these two colors on to you plate.
Step 10: Double Load The Paint Brush
You will double load your paint brush with Thicket and Sunflower, Folk Art Enamel Paint. These two colors will be used to paint of the leaves on your bottle.
Step 11: Paint the Leaves on Your Bottle
The next step is to paint all of the leaves on your bottle, including the grape leaves and the One Stroke leaves.
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