Saturday, December 15, 2012

Jingle Bell Drink Bottles

Something of a copy cat.  Why would you want to drink anything, much less a Christmas beverage out of an ordinary, plain bottle when you could drink from a cute little jingle bell bottle? 

All you need to make these cute bottles yourself  are items you may already own, and a few minuets of your time.


Our Inspiration Bottles



These are the bottles that inspired us to make a set of our to use on Christmas.
No doubt these are cute and festive and fun and.......so easy to copy cat!







What you will need and how to make jingle bell drink bottles:

Bottles. {Like the ones coffee drinks come in.}
Buttons. {3 same size and color or different}
Glue.
Jingle bells on string.
Felt.
Scissors.
Striped straws.
Something to drink.

Glue on the buttons as desired. Cut a strip of red felt log enough to wrap around and tie on the bottle neck. Fold the cut piece of felt in half and cut the ends to make fringe.
Tie the scarf on the bottle. Slip the bell over the bottle neck with the scarf. 

Fill your bottles with your beverage, add a straw and enjoy!




There are so many ways to incorporate these drink bottles into your events and parties.



Fill them with a favorite beverage, and it creates another look to the bottle.




We are planning on using these jingle bell drink bottles on Christmas with the family.



Have we inspired you to pull out your bottles and dress them up a bit to use this Christmas?

A merry heart does good, like medicine,
But a broken spirit dries the bones.
Proverbs 17:22


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7 comments:

  1. Love this idea. Easy to make, but makes a big impact. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. I love decorated bottles! So much more fun than a plain bottle :D
    I would love to invite you to share this at my Cook, Craft, Create Link Party at The Purple Pumpkin Blog

    Hope to see you there!

    Happy holidays :)
    Michelle

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  3. Very cute, love bells, they are so joly!!! thank you for the idea and have a wonderful Christmas!

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  4. So cute, love bells, they are so joly! Have awonderful Christmas

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  5. Great minds think alike :) I posted something super similar earlier this week. MERRY CHRISTMAS!

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