I saw this little project idea on Penelope and Pip blog. It looks easy, not labor intensive and chic when completed. I have been loving wrapped yarn art ever since my girlfriends and I took a trip to Austin and this DIY idea seemed to pop up everywhere. I saw covered driftwood in a Madewell store window, in a local art shop on cans turned vases and even as an art display in a gallery. I love simple design idea’s that make huge impact. Here’s the do it yourself page…
Get Crafty: DIY Wrapped Bottles
You can follow the simple steps below to see how we made these very cute wrapped bottles with just a few supplies from our crafting cupboard.
These make great gifts and are good for the earth too (especially if you use organic wool).
Let’s get started with materials:
- Assorted wool of varying width and material (ours is beautiful and soft and made in Australia with some of them having sparkly bits too!)
- Mod Podge (or other adhesive glue)
- Paint brush
- Assorted empty bottles
Follow the steps below to make your beautiful wrapped bottles (make sure your read the whole project through before getting started):