Starbucks frappuccino bottles

Hi I have now collected a lot of these mentioned bottles and would very much like to do something with them. I wondered if any body had any ideas, thank you.
q starbucks frappuccino bottles, repurpose household items, repurposing upcycling, I have stripped labels off they are quite small
I have stripped labels off they are quite small
  21 answers
  • Ann Ann on Aug 22, 2016
    I use them for holding small items on my studio shelves. I put chalkboard contact paper labels on some and decorated others with burlap, lace and book page scraps. I've also seen a display where the crafter dipped the last 1" of several jars in different pastel paints or even gold paint. They looked great. A google search for starbucks bottles for craft storage gives loads of ideas. Here's how I redid some jars for my studio.

  • Julie Buchach-Roscoe Julie Buchach-Roscoe on Aug 22, 2016
    I filled them with flowers for several tables for my daughters high school graduation party

  • Grant Grant on Aug 22, 2016
    Paint them with chalk paint, drill a small or several small holes in the lid, fill them with spices. Because they are square, they store much better in the cupboard than the assorted size round ones.

  • Jackie Jackie on Aug 22, 2016
    I fill them with homemade hot pepper sauce. you boil the lids till hot, screw them on the bottles. when bottles have cooled some there will be a pop, you will know the lids have sealed.

  • Margaret Suarez Margaret Suarez on Aug 23, 2016
    You can make little lamps for your yard. Just drill a hole in the lid and attach solar lights.

  • Elizabeth Dion Elizabeth Dion on Aug 23, 2016
    I spray painted 3 of them with Sea Glass paint, glued them together, added lace, burlap ribbon and a rose, and voila!!!

  • Sbo1029932 Sbo1029932 on Aug 23, 2016
    I made gnomes with felt hats and fluffy beards for the top and filled them with Hershey Kisses. Made cute gifts for Christmas.

  • Julie Julie on Aug 23, 2016
    Now that sounds like a perfect think to do have you any photos?

  • Trixie63 Trixie63 on Aug 23, 2016
    I like to collect cool bottles for vases and then display together.

  • Karen Schell Karen Schell on Aug 23, 2016
    I made them into witchs potion bottles for Halloween.

  • Barbara Barbara on Aug 23, 2016
    I use mine (gotta get one outta fridge.. so addictive) as wall or hanging vases by either a macrame hanger or wood cut out shelf hung by chains from all four corners. Oh, to get that little black code off, just use either a magic eraser or a fiberglass fingernail sponge file. As usual, you can always craft paint them to fit the occasion, fill with candies and send the love! AND they are wonderful painted with mercury glass. (gotta get another.. SO addictive... who wants to chat all night??? hmmm.... who????)

  • Brenda Webb Brenda Webb on Aug 23, 2016
    I made spice jars out of mine. For the stove I used an ice pick and punched holes in the top of the lid. I don't run out of salt and pepper as often as I did. The other spices are kept fresh and I made decorative labels to put on them . Neat clean storage. I also use them for change storage. Nickels, dimes. Quarters. When they get full I go cash them in and save the money back for Christmas.

  • Jan Jan on Aug 23, 2016
    I washed got all the labels off. bought paint pens. My granddaughter colored them to their liking , we put them in the oven on 250 for one hour. I punched a hole in the lid to fit a straw they are great they can go in and out of fridge with no spills, pack easy in the cooler. Plus for this Grammy I know who left there's sitting out

  • Donna Reel Wilson Donna Reel Wilson on Aug 24, 2016
    I have used them to can juices in (blackberry, elderberry, apple, grape).

  • Cheryl Toth-Nickerson Cheryl Toth-Nickerson on Aug 24, 2016
    You can make tiki torches out of them. Paint the bottles and use for fresh flowers. Frost the jars with glass frost and maybe put a stencil on the jars . Or drill a hole in the jar to insert 20 string lights after you frost glass. Great Christmas gifts or sell at craft bazaars.

  • Beth Chollett Beth Chollett on Aug 25, 2016
    Those bottles would be ideal for making your own homemade vanilla or peppermint extracts and then giving as gifts. There are multitudes of recipes online for each and they're easy to make. Just mix and let sit in a cool, dark place for 3 to 6 months before they're ready. This would be the ideal time to make them in time for giving for Christmas.

  • Theresia Jordans Theresia Jordans on Aug 27, 2016
    Hi Jan from Merryville. I've heard that it is dangerous to leave water bottles (plastic) in a hot car as they release carcinogenic fumes. Wonder if putting them in the oven (why anyway??) would be a bad idea.

  • Bonita Bonita on Aug 28, 2016
    I take off the lid and glue a knob on top spray paint it and use it for spices, which I buy in bulk, as a spice bottle. I also tie a cute bow on it fill it with candy or nuts for a nice little gift.

  • Theresia Jordans Theresia Jordans on Aug 31, 2016
    Oh that's pk then . The milk coffee and chocolate we have here are usually sold in plastic or cardboard. My bad as they say. LOL.😊

  • Lookinforideas Lookinforideas on Sep 03, 2016
    great for salt & pepper shakers.

  • CK CK on Sep 04, 2016
    With the labels removed, they make wonderful 'farm style' vases for a small mixed bouquet of flowers. You can just toss the lid/cover. I've kept several to use for give-away flower arrangements. They look nice but if the 'vase' doesn't come back, it's no loss.