Decorating Using Small Plastic Juice Bottles

I have 5 to 6 small plastic bottles. Please give me some tips to use them for decorating my hall/bathroom/table. Thanks in advance.

June 16, 20040 found this helpful

Not really sure what the bottle's look like but maybe you could use them as little vases.

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June 25, 20040 found this helpful

You could paint on the bottles and then use them for vases, pencil & pen holders, or just put some water colored with food coloring in them (you'd want lids or a piece of cork on the tops). Could you put some colored sand in them and put a candlestick in the tops of the bottles?

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August 22, 20040 found this helpful

Take hot glue gun and small figurines and glue them to bottom of bottles. fill bottles with water, your choice of food coloring or clear and glitter. Either straight glitter, colored or shaped. You now have your own homemade waterglobes. They can be classical, whimsical, but they will certainly be original.

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April 24, 20080 found this helpful

If you want to make it like a forest jungle, you can take some markers and paint and water. Then you can put a generous amount of paint into the bottle and start filling it about 2/3 of the bottle with water. Close the cap and will have like a yellowish liquid. Then take a green marker and make the background. Take a orange marker and draw sticks of all types. then you take a purple marker and draw the sky. Close the cap and you have a beautiful bottle.

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