Mini Sand Art Bottle Decor

4 Materials
15 Minutes

Mini sand art bottles are a perfect project for a rainy day! These colorful decor accents will add a bright spot to your home or patio! Make this art in minutes for a beautiful summer decor piece!

These sand bottles are very inexpensive and just require a few materials!

You will need bottles or jars. I got ours from the Dollar Store but you could use mason jars or any jars with lids.

You will also want at least 3 colors of sand. You can find sand at craft stores.

Gather up all of your supplies.

*Jars or bottles

*3 Bags of different color sand.

*one Dixie cup per bag of sand.

*one medium size bucket or large bowl

  1. Use a bowl or bucket and set your jar inside of it. It will make clean up so easy!!

2.Open the bags of sand and pour some of each color into each of the Dixie cups. The Dixie Cups are a lot easier to use to pour sand into the bottles!

3.Now the fun part! Pick one of your colors and pour your first layer of sand into the jar.

Have fun making different color combinations! There is no right or wrong. Just be sure NOT to shake the jar or the sand will get mixed.

This is a great project to do with the kids.

Display your jars on your patio or deck for a beautiful decor accent!

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