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You know those gorgeous Voss bottles you see in stores that can be a little pricey? Well go ahead and splurge on those instead of plastic ones because you can transform them into something you will want to drink from all the time! It is so easy to add your own personal touch to these pretty bottles. One way to do that is to add GLITTER! I have become a glitter nut and love to add it to anything I can. My sister is always getting these bottles and ends up throwing them away. In order to recycle these bottles, I found a way to make them even more gorgeous. You can get these bottles on clearance at Tj Maxx and Marshalls too!
- Glass Voss Bottle
- Martha Stewart Loose Glitter
- Martha Stewart Decoupage Glue
- Butter Knife
- Paint Brush
This DIY is very similar to one I have done in the past involving a flower vase. It is the same concept. The only differences are that you will need to scrape off the lettering from the bottle and you will be putting glitter all over.
In order to get the “VOSS” lettering off of the glass, you will need a butter knife and some running water. While holding the bottle under a sink faucet while water is running, you use the butter knife to scrape the letters until they come off. It can take a bit, but it will work. This is the fastest way I have found to get the lettering off. If you have an easier way, please leave a comment below!
You now start applying the decoupage glitter glue to the bottle now that the writing is off. Take your sponge and just dab the glue onto the bottle until it is completely covered. Since you will be covering a big surface, you will probably need to do it in steps. I did one side and added glitter, then the other. That way the glue doesn’t dry and doesn’t make a mess.
Apply the glitter right on top of where you just put all that glue. Be sure to get every inch.
Be sure to glitterize over something like a piece of paper or a piece of poster paper. That way you can put all of the extra glitter back into the bottle and not waste any.
Wait an hour for the glitter to adhere to the bottle and then paint a coat of the glue over top of the glitter. You can do another layer of glitter at this point or just leave it. It’s recommended to let the glitter cure for 28 days. Feel free to hand wash it after that.
And that’s all folks! This is a super easy way to transform a Voss bottle into something you will use over and over again!1