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Up-cycled Whisky Bottle : Wednesday Blog Hop..

03.05.2016 The Wordless Or Not So Wordless Wednesday Photo Blog Hop…

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I got a lovely bunch of flowers on Sunday as an early birthday present. How lucky am I!?

 I up-cycled an old Jack Daniels bottle, into a flower vase to pop my pretty flowers in and I love how it turned out.

Just an old washed out whisky bottle, some lemon polka dots ribbon and some pink stick on diamantes. Simple but effective eh? I am really pleased with it. Also, it was quick and easy to up cycle.

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36 responses to “Up-cycled Whisky Bottle : Wednesday Blog Hop..”

  1. Cascia Talbert says:

    That looks beautiful!

  2. stevebethere says:

    That looks brilliant what a good idea :-)Happy Birthday Claire and good luck with the awards 🙂

  3. alissa apel says:

    That did turn out great! I love the yellow ribbon on the bottle that ties into the flowers.

  4. Oh My Heartsie Girls Weekly Linkup says:

    That is a fun idea!!! I have a bunch of bottles I have collected and was waiting for a big project. I dont think I need to wait with this cute idea!!Happ Wednesday!!

  5. Tamar SB says:

    What fun upcycling!

  6. FABBY'S LIVING says:

    Yes, great up-cycling, such fun too.Thanks for hosting my friend.FABBY

  7. E says:

    Nice photos, and it must've been nice getting to the end of the bottle too! Thanks for sharing, and happy Wordless Wednesday.E xx

  8. Elegance and Mommyhood says:

    Congratulations on making it to the short list for the BIB awards. Hope you win.

  9. Morgan Prince says:

    What a lovely up-cycle! I've just kept a bourbon bottle because it's so different, I might have to do something like this. :)Thanks for hosting honey. xx

  10. woolypear says:

    I think I'd like the bottle better without the label. Is it hard to take off?

    • Clairejustine oxox says:

      Thanks for the comment 🙂 I have a thing for JD bottles and like to leave the label on but they are usually easy to remove if you just leave them in hot soapy water a while 🙂

  11. Patrick weseman says:

    What a great idea.

  12. Emily says:

    Love the upcycled bottle!

  13. Margarett Murphy says:

    Looks great!

  14. Jeanne Foguth says:

    Recycling is always a good thing 😉

  15. indah nuria Savitri says:

    Such a pretty and brilliant idea, Claire. Truly bring up the spring 🙂

  16. Heather{Our Life In a Click} says:

    How cute is that?!!

  17. pixiedusk says:

    This is real creative! I really love to reuse bottles and jar and this bottle has so much character no?

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