Halloween Chalk Bottles

Missy Burch
by Missy Burch
4 Materials
3 Days
I got the inspiration for these on pinterest & changed it up some to suit my own twisted Halloween tastes. I saved up a ton of wine & liquor bottles for various projects, so I had plenty on hand. I decided to turn some into creepy Halloween bottles, as you'll see here. This is an easy project, despite all the steps.
Make sure your bottles are clean & free of any labels.
Spray paint the entire surface of them with black chalk paint. You can use a brush if you prefer, but it does come in spray paint now & that makes it fast & easy. It may require a 2nd coat, so be sure you have good, solid coverage. Be sure to get your lids too.
You will also need white & clear silicone for this project, as you see here.
Use your clear silicone & begin making spider web designs on your bottles. You will then lightly spray over it with your chalk paint. You can always do all your spider webs on the clean glass first, if you prefer.
All spider webbed & painted
Then you can go in & do the white accents, draw your labels & do any other designs you'd like.
Here is another view of the bottles drying.
I worked on these before harvey as you can see.

I painted some of the white areas red- you can leave them white- again, totally up to your own personal taste.
Here is another view of them drying. Once they fully dried I added little plastic spiders, bats, skeleton faces with the clear silicone. I wrote on the labels with chalk markers, after priming my chalk paint(make sure you do that, or it won't wipe off). My bottles say fun stuff like "demon drool", "witch wine", "vampire venom".
Suggested materials:
  • Spray chalk paint   (lowe's)
  • Clear & white silicone   (lowe's)
  • Empty wine & liquor bottles   (had on hand)
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