Clever Uses for Your Sharrott Wine Bottles

We just love these eco-friendly ideas for reusing your wine bottles! And the best part? They are so easy; no special tools required.

Unoaked ChardonnayWe know there are plenty of wine bottle repurposing DIYs out there, but we love the following ideas as they don’t involve cutting glass or any other advanced techniques. The hardest part may just be removing the label — soak the bottle in hot water and use the rough side of a sponge to scrub it away if the sticker is stubborn. If you’ve been looking for new ways to give your empty wine bottles or other glass bottles a quick and useful makeover, try one of these simple DIY ideas.

1. Candle Holder: Wine bottle candle holders lend a romantic, vintage-inspired effect to any room or table display. To make your own, purchase taper candles, break them off at the desired height, and glue them securely to the opening of the bottle. Once you light the candles, the wax will melt down the sides of bottle, creating an antique feel that will stay with the candle even once you blow out the flame. They can get a bit messy though, so be careful about leaving them lit for too long or on a surface that can’t be easily cleaned!

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3 Responses to Clever Uses for Your Sharrott Wine Bottles

  1. michele Hoffman says:

    I love to make olive oil and vinger bottles out of wine bottles to give as gift along with a bottle od Wine…..

  2. michele Hoffman says:

    also I have them in my yard as tiki torches , fill with the oil and place wick ..you can get the wicks at any craft store

  3. jemalme says:

    Great ideas, Michele. Thank you!

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