Glitter Bottel

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Introduction: Glitter Bottel

Everybody knows the problem: It is the birthday of somebody and you don´t know what to give.The solution is the “Glitter Champagne Bottle” which is made very quickly and looks pretty good.

You need:



• a champagne bottle
• glitter powder
• glu ( UHU, Mod Podge.. )
• acrylic clear varnish
• adhesive tape
• newspaper as a base
• razor knife
• a brush or foam brush or just a foam




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Step 1: The Bottle

You choose a champagne bottle. It makes no difference whether she is big or small.

Step 2: Remove the Label

Now you have to remove the label from the bottle.

Step 3: Paste the Bottle

Now you have to paste the places of the bottle with adhesive tape which should not glitter.

Use the newspaper as a base of the table and coat the rest of the bottle with glue. Besides the ground of the bottle is to be let out.

Step 4: Spread the Glue

Use the newspaper as a base of the table and coat the rest of the bottle with glue. Besides the ground of the
bottle is to be let out.

Step 5: Glitter

Next you have to cover the champagne bottle with the glitter powder. You have to pay attention that everything is covered.

It depends on your own palate what kind of glitter you use.

Step 6: Seal Your Bottle (optional)

If you want to you can seal your bottle with acrylic clear varnish.

Now the bottle has to dry.

Step 7: Done!

Your "Glitter Bottle" (present) will be the eye-catcher on every party.

Enjoy and have fun with it!

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    2 Discussions

    Nice idea while gifting champagne or wine to your girl friends. Add an extra gold touch :-) Good job. Thanks for sharing.