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For today’s tutorial, I wanted to share something fun for the upcoming Halloween holiday. I love reusing items like Starbucks Frappaccino bottles. They are so nice and sturdy that once I’m done with my drink, I can’t bring myself to throw away or even recycle them. They are the perfect shape and size for filling with candy and giving as a quick gift. This is such a great recycle craft idea.
- Patterned Paper
- Die Cutting
- Ribbon or twine
- Glitter tape
Clean and remove bottle labels using Un-Du sticker remover or a similar product.
Choose your die cuts and patterned papers and trim them to 2-¼” in height. If you don’t have a die cutting system, find a template you like online and cut by hand.
Stamp small sentiments and trim them down.
Spray paint bottle caps with two coats. Allow to dry in between.
Adhere patterned paper, then die cuts, next sentiments and lastly gemstones and sequins.
Tuck tied ribbon behind your front piece.
I created my pieces in the Silhouette Design Studio with print-and-cut pieces from Echo Park. You can also search on Pinterest for free Halloween printable and just cut those out as well.
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