Happy Saturday everyone! It’s a great day isn’t it? The sun is warm and shining here today. There is still a cool breeze, but the sun feels oh, so good!
Yesterday I told you all about the Pinterest Party with Michaels and Hometalk. Fun times! I mentioned the water bottles that I made for each party attendee. Welp, today I am going to tell HOW I made those Book Page Labeled and Embellished Water Bottles. How fun is that?
I bought 24 water bottles and took each label off. There was still a little sticky glue on it, but that was okay. Because I was going to hide it.
Using a vintage dictionary from the thrift store, I cut 24 strips of 2 1/2 inch wide strips.
With scotch tape I taped the “label” to the bottle. I then wrapped the paper around the bottle sealing it closed with another piece of tape. I like using the non-glare tape because you don’t see it.
Once I had my “labels” on I was ready to embellish the bottles even more. I had some ribbon, lace and bakers twine in all the colors I wanted to use. It was fun to see each bottle take on a new personality with such a small amount of work.
When I handed these book page labeled water bottles out at the Pinterest Party, I got so many compliments. Each person wanted to know how I made them.
Such a big impact, for any occasion. You could use scrapbook paper, old magazines, or wrapping paper for any theme you need. These would be perfect at a vintage themed baby shower, briday shower, even a bunco party. You name it, they work.
For the Pinterest Party, I used tiny clothes pins embellished with ribbon and/or paper roses found in the dollar section at Michaels. I painted the clothes pins with turquoise craft paint. Then I clipped my business card to the ribbon or string.
How easy peasy is that? What ideas can you come up with for your own book page labeled water bottles?
Thanks for joining me today! I had fun sharing this innovative and easy way to spice up your next gathering.
Make it a super Saturday!
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