How to Decorate Glass Bottles

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Introduction: How to Decorate Glass Bottles

To decorate empty glass bottles, we need following material:

Glass Bottles, Barley, Masking Tape, PVA Glue, Glitter Sheet, Aerosol Spray Paint and Scissors.

Step 1: Basic Design

Make design on glass bottles with masking tape, Glitter sheet and barley. Use PVA glue for paste barley on glass bottles.

Step 2: Coloring

Colored these glass bottles with Aerosol Spray Paint.

Step 3: Final

Only removed the masking tape and Glitter Sheet.

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    4 Comments

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    tarnuefineboy
    tarnuefineboy

    2 months ago

    1.What are the importance of wine decoration?
    2. What is wine decoration?
    3. Who discovered wine decoration?
    4. In what year wine it was found?

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    NoBoxEver
    NoBoxEver

    Question 4 years ago

    Why do you use barley? Does it have a particular quality, or will any grain do? What is 'glitter sheet,' and why do you use it? How do you get the little bits of color on from a spray can? How do you get from those colored bits to your all-over gold end result?

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    Yasir Ishaq
    Yasir Ishaq

    Answer 4 years ago

    Barley is available in cheap price and looking good. 'glitter sheet" is fomic sheet.

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    NoBoxEver
    NoBoxEver

    4 years ago

    I don't think you should have edited this before it was entered. The instructions are unclear, and you really do need help with your written language skills. I suggest taking the online class on how to write an Instructable. It ought to improve your end result.

    Your designs are very creative and flexible-- anyone looking at this entry could easily adapt the concept. I can see that it could be used by beginner crafters, right up to advanced designers. Well conceived.