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Water Bottle Room Divider

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Add depth and dimension to any room with a Water Bottle Room Divider from Heidi Borchers. This craft is extremely inexpensive to make and looks store-bought. Recycled plastic bottle crafts are a great way to reduce, reuse and recycle!

Water Bottle Room Divider
 

Materials:

  • Plastic drink bottles
  • Craft knife
  • Scissors
  • Acrylic paint (colors of your choice)
  • Cosmetic sponge (for applying paint)
  • Drill with 1/16″ drill bit
  • Hole punch
  • 22 gauge wire (colors of your choice)
  • Round nose pliers
  • Wire cutters
  • Beads
  • Mirror and tile pieces

Instructions:

  1. I love to find plastic drink bottles that have intriguing designs embossed onto the sides! I don’t drink sodas so I ask my friends to keep their eyes open for fun bottles!

    Water Bottle Room Divider
     
  2. Use a craft knife to puncture the side of the bottle and cut apart.

    Water Bottle Room Divider
     
  3. Use scissors to cut out the side panel pieces and to clean up the cut edges of the bottle tops and the bottoms.

    Water Bottle Room Divider
     
  4. Apply acrylic paint with cosmetic sponge by dabbing onto the inside (wrong side) of the plastic bottle. It may take several coats of paint to get a solid opaque coverage.

    Water Bottle Room Divider
     
  5. Use the same painting procedure to paint the inside of the bottle bottom.

    Water Bottle Room Divider
     
  6. Arrange the bottle pieces in desired pattern. Punch or drill holes into the pieces.

    Water Bottle Room Divider
     
  7. To create the swirl in the end of the wire, use pliers to roll end and then continue to roll with fingers until you have created swirl of desired size. Cut wire to desired length to join two pieces together.

    Water Bottle Room Divider
     
  8. Insert cut end of wire through punched hole in water bottle. Loop wire around swirl to secure.

    Water Bottle Room Divider
     
  9. Add beads to wire.

    Water Bottle Room Divider
     
  10. If desired add other embellishments to wire. I found these doves at the dollar store. I drilled through them to turn them into beads.

    Water Bottle Room Divider
     
  11. Secure both ends of beaded and embellished wire to bottle pieces. Continue add more pieces to create desired length. I join my pieces together for wall hangings by looping the top wire onto a dowel stick.

    Water Bottle Room Divider
     
  12. Here’s a close up of a bottle cap. I glued mirror tiles and a flat backed marble to the top.

    Water Bottle Room Divider
     
  13. On the bottle bottom, I glued a white flat backed marble.

    Water Bottle Room Divider
     
  14. On the bottle side piece, I glued vintage look mirror tiles.

    Water Bottle Room Divider
     
  15. You can arrange rows and rows of these to create wall art or keep going and make a room divider!

    Water Bottle Room Divider
     

For a comprehensive video tutorial of this project, check out How to Make a Drink Bottle Room Divider.

 

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oh my gosh I love the idea, I always admire the design on those bottles and wonder what could be done with them cause it is nice, so what i see you did there to make a room divider is Genius. How bottles did you use to make one?

Hi there, Since Heidi does not specify the amount of water bottles, I suggest contacting her via her designer profile. Thanks!

This is very clever! Great project for teens too! They can customize it for their own rooms. Thank you for sharing! Love being a Greenie crc 1/9/13

Ingenious! Kudos to Heidi. Couldn't be greener and so well done.

luv it I'm always recycling these bottles thks for the inspiration

Great idea. Very inventive

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