2L Pop Bottle to Beauty and the Beast Rose Cloche

Who is excited for the release of the new Beauty and the Beast?? I AM!!! I can’t wait to see this movie, and I adore Emma Watson, so it’s going to be fabulous. To celebrate the upcoming release I decided to make my Beauty and the Beast Inspired Rose Cloche.


You won't believe what this cloche started off as.


Here’s what my Beauty and Beast Cloche started off as. Yep! A 2L bottle of Cream Soda. 


I started off by cutting the bottom off the pop bottle using an exacto knife. I then cleaned up the edges using some sharp scissors.


I then cut the top off as well. For this step, it’s best to use just the exacto knife, since I ended up scratching up the inside of the bottle trying to use the scissors.


Here is my cloche base, which was cut out using my jigsaw.


I considered staining the base, but eventually opted to spray paint it. The sides were not at all pretty, so I covered them with my marble contact paper that I’m currently obsessed with.


Next, I trimmed the faux rose to the height I needed, and drilled a small hole in the cloche base so that the rose would stand upright.


For the top, I just used the lid from an empty bottle of kid's bubble bath. Check out my blog post for more details on how this craft came together and subscribe for more fun DIY projects and home decor ideas.

Suggested materials:

  • 2L pop bottle  (grocery store)
  • Faux rose  (dollar store)
  • Scrap wood  (my husband's mancave)

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  • Tonia Vieyra
    Tonia Vieyra
    on Jan 16, 2019

    Where can I find the knobs

    • Lisa Sinclair
      Lisa Sinclair
      on Oct 22, 2019

      She says that she used the top of an old bubble bath bottle. Upcycling at its best, Id say!

  • Cynthia Elschide
    Cynthia Elschide
    on Feb 12, 2019

    How did you get the glue off of the bottle that heldon the wrapper?

    • Lisa Sinclair
      Lisa Sinclair
      on Oct 22, 2019

      It usually just pulls off, in my experience. But if ir doesnt sometimes a little oil rubbed on it helps. Or maybe a magic eraser. If I have some stuck on glue ,on a glass jar, I use dish soap and baking soda. But I'm not sure how well this would work on plastic, cause even tho gentle, it might still scratch the light plastic.

  • Julie Hollingshead Kontra
    Julie Hollingshead Kontra
    on Jul 17, 2019

    Instead of wood, could I use styrofoam circle?

    • Lisa Sinclair
      Lisa Sinclair
      on Oct 22, 2019

      And it can be hard to paint Styrofoam, so you can't see all the little beads, in the finished project. But if you already have some at home, I'd say why not try it. My Hubby a carpenter, so for me woods the easiest to come by.

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  • Lisa Sinclair
    Lisa Sinclair
    on Oct 22, 2019

    Beauty and the Beast is my favorite Disney film. So i will definitely be making a few of these. But I wish you had shared a little more of the directions here, this is a sharing site aftrr all, not a venue for you to make money on your blog.

  • Gloria
    Gloria
    on Jan 19, 2020

    Can you tell he brand of bubble bath and where you bought it? Love this

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