How To Make A Wayfair Inspired Creston Glass Decorative Bottle

4 Materials
$10
1 Hour
Easy
Whenever I see a home decor item that makes my heart flutter, I love to try to recreate it. This Wayfair Creston Glass Decorative Bottle did just that. If you love upcycling as much as I do, then you are going to love this crafty little craft project too.

What I love most about this DIY upcycle is how easy it to recreate. To see the one for sale be sure to visit the blog post listed below. I do it love it and wanted to recreate it with my flair! Here’s how I made it.


How To Make A Wayfair Creston Glass Decorative Bottle
1 – Glass Bottles – I used some leftover Oui Yogurt glass bottles I decided to upcycle. Of course, you can use any glass bottles you have or want to upcycle at home. These yogurt containers are perfect for upcycling. Why throw them away when you can turn them into something beautiful?

I used a glue gun to secure the bottles in the desired position. Note: the glue from the glue gun is not strong enough to permanently hold the bottles together, but that’s OK. The jute rope will hold them together so I wasn’t too concerned about this. If you want the bottles to stick together permanently, try using a stronger glue like E6000 Craft Adhesive. 
2 – Cleaning the bottles and removing the labels. Always be sure to thoroughly. These labels were a bit challenging to remove so I used Goo Gone Adhesive Remover (this stuff is amazing!) and soaked them in water for about an hour. You can see a trace of the sticky part of the label on the rim so be sure to remove that as well. 

3 – Bottle Placement – You can arrange the glass bottles any way you like but I tried to follow the same style as the Wayfair Creston Glass Decorative Bottle. Even though these glass bottles aren’t exactly the same as the ones they used, it was close enough to get that same look as the ones used by Wayfair.
4 – Adding the Jute Twine – I love working with jute and have created so many beautiful projects with it so be sure to check them out too. You can use any size jute you prefer. I had a thicker jute and decided to pull it apart into smaller strands. 
Start by wrapping the jute at least two times around the glass bottles and tie a knot to secure it. Keep wrapping the jute around the bottles until you achieve the desired look. Be sure to trim any excess jute along the way. 
5 – Adding the floral embellishments – I had some artificial flowers around the house and decided to use them. Just use your glue gun to adhere them to both sides of the glass bottles. 
And that’s it! This Wayfair Creston Glass Decorative Bottle is simple, beautiful, and easy to recreate. They are perfect for adding a lovely decor element to your outdoor area too. 
I decided to fill mine with some artificial grass and cut them to the desired height I thought looked pretty. I love how this turned out, and I saved money and upcycled some glass bottles at the same time!
I love how it looks inside my home too. It’s perfect for your powder room, entryway, or anyplace in your home. 
You can also leave it empty too – either way, it’s a decor element that will compliment any home. I’m looking forward to filling them with fresh lavender too! 
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  • See baird See baird on Jun 02, 2018

    I have been saving these little glasses for awhile, and like your idea! I also plan to put wire and beads around them for candle holders.

    • Sassy Townhouse Living Sassy Townhouse Living on Jun 04, 2018

      Hi See, yes, I love placing candles in them too. I am currently using it now on my front porch as a candle holder. These little jars are great for upcycling so many things. So glad you liked the idea too!

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