My friends and I recently came together for a creative crafternoon. We searched Pinterest for fun ideas. It was hard to choose, but finally decided on a wine bottle wind chime. I added a twist on the craft....etching!
Helpful hint: Pre-cut and sand the edges of your wine bottles several days before you are ready to etch them.
I wanted to share with you a quick pictorial on how I created mine. The results are just magical!
Helpful hint: Pre-cut and sand the edges of your wine bottles several days before your party.
|applying stencil to the bottle|
|Easy Etch applied covering the stencil|
|15 min later scrap off , wash bottle|
|assembled wind chime|
|front close up|
|side close up|
|adding the wind sail|
Here is a list of my supplies in case you want to try making one too!
DecoArt Easy Etch
Americana Outdoor Decou-page
Americana Multi-surface paint
Key chain ring
Wooden ball for ringer
Wood for wind sail
Small screw eyes
Needle nose pliers
It was really fun to get together with my crafty friends. What an amazing time we had creating an etched wine bottle windchime. We can hardly wait to get together for our next amazing crafternoon!!