Post # 1
Not planning a wedding right now, just sharing inspiration. Hope it helps someone. 🙂
This is such an inexpensive and simple decor item. I don’t know where it’s from though, it just showed up in my facebook feed. But I think you can find similar items on Etsy.
Not entirely sure of the “procedure” but it looks like the yarn was wrapped around the bottles…maybe the bottles were painted to be more opaque and/or maybe glue or some adeshive to keep it in place? What do you think?
Post # 4
I think it’s worth a try. Might be entertaining and not a huge loss if it doesn’t look how you pictured.
Post # 5
- Wedding: September 2014 - Lodge
I think those are cute and easy. They would look good at a rustic wedding. I might try them.
Post # 6
I’m so sorry, I thought it loaded.
Post # 7
@futuremrsk18: Sorry i posted it now.
@SapphireSun: And yes, those were exactly them.
Post # 8
Wow those look pretty cool…I think you could use them too even after the wedding in the home for decor!
Post # 9
@MzJynxie: SO cute! And looks like it’s super easy and cheap to make. I bet if you did a few on a table, it would be adorable!
Post # 10
A friend of mine did this for her wedding in September, she used spray glue to attach the yarn to the clean bottles.
She used both wine and beer bottles and just had all of us in the wedding party save them for her, she has enough for 3 on each table with a few flowers in them.
Post # 11
The best part is you can use whatever yarn you want, more than one colour or even sparkly yarn.
Post # 12
They are kinda neat, but I might pick something besides beer bottles (something with a less recognizeable shape) or even a fancier shape (like an orangina bottle or hexagonal bottle?
something about these being clearly beer bottles just doesn’t mesh with the diy homespun yard thing. otherwise i like them.
Post # 13
I recently made these for my dining room table centerpiece. Really easy and look great. I used wine bottles. Just to warn you- it takes a lot longer than you think it will and your fingers will get raw, so I would only plan on doing two or three per night. One wine bottle took me about 45 minutes to wrap. I hot glued the end of the yarn to the bottle, wrapped the next layer over it to hide the end- if that makes sense. They are cute and cheap 🙂
Post # 14
I absolutely love love love this idea!!! I have been toying around with the idea of using glass soda bottles somehow (We are going for the rustic/vintage feel), and this is pretty much perfect! And cheap to boot! 😀
Post # 15
Oh god, I’m OBSESSED with yarn wrapping! I’ve done letters and mason jars so far 🙂 I love this idea!! Totally fun to do, and way inexpensive – I say rock it!