With St. Patrick’s Day fast approaching, it’s time to fill your home full of sparkly green goodness. This can be in the form of making green treats and cocktails, and also decorating your home. You probably have left over wine bottles that you’re dying to put to use – so why not try your hand at one of these ideas.
Put old wine bottles to good use by transforming them into lovely decor for St.Patrick’s Day. Not only will they be a talking point for your party on March 17th – it is also a great excuse to have some good quality crafting time with the family. If you want, you can use different bottles and take inspiration from these wine bottles. You can make them for any time of year – just change the color scheme to suit your season.
St Patrick’s Day wouldn’t be complete without a pot of gold and a rainbow to put it under!
2. Shamrock Bottle
This bottle looks like it belongs on the set of Riverdance with all its shamrock glory.
3. Leprechaun Belt Bottles
Use gold and black card stock to make adorable Leprechaun Belts to add to your painted wine bottles.
We’ve included this video from TLC to show you how you can decorate a wine bottle for St Patrick’s Day.
4. Irish Bottles
The leprechaun Wine Bottle Stopper is too adorable not to admire. Add some green feather boa to add to the charm.
5. Lucky Green Bottles
A matching wine and beer bottle have never looked cuter than this pair.
6. Leprechaun Wine Bottle
The green sparkly bow on this Leprechaun Wine Bottle really makes it pop. Add some fake green flowers to finish off.
7. Sparkly Gold
Adorn your bottles with gold glitter – you can also reuse them for Christmas, since gold is also great for the festive season.
8. Lit Shamrock Bottle
Add some sparkling light to your party with this stunning glittery bottle.
9. Wrapped Yarn Bottle
To make this St. Partick’s Day decor you’ll need a wine bottle, yarn, glue and burlap.
10. LUCK Painted Wine Bottles
Get the luck of the Irish by painting your wine bottles with to spell out the word luck.
11. Wine Bottle Centerpiece
The matching mini pots of gold coins make this an adorable centerpiece to add to your decor for St. Patrick’s Day. You could also give them out as gifts pr favors to guests too.
12. Lucky Wine Bottles
Add shimmering gold letters to green painted wine bottles to spell out the word “Lucky”.
13. Hand Painted Wine Bottle
While this could be used as an Elf wine bottle for Christmas, it also works great as a leprechaun bottle too!