DIY Kitchen Olive Oil, Vinegar, and Sea Salt Bottle Tutorial

2 Hours
Hey Friends!
I am now going to show you the diy kitchen bottle craft that I did last week. If you didn’t see that post, you absolutely should “Hometalk Michaels Pinterest Party and Giveaway.” I will be hosting a Pinterest Party at The Glendale Michaels on February 16th, and I would love to meet some of you fabulous people to get our “Craft On!” So please come on by. Check out the last post for a link to Coupons for buying your supplies! I literally spent less than $40 on my supplies and that was to buy twice as much as I needed to make a before and one to make the day of the crafting party. So you DON’t have to break the bank what-so-ever. :) Check this link to see where your local Pinterest Party will be happening.
Supplies I purchased: Bottles – They should be on an “end cap” at your local Michaels right now Vintage stamp crafting tape Burlap Chalkboard Labels Paint Pens Tacky Glue
Once I started getting the look I wanted from the stamps layers I decided to add a “Burlap Accent” to paste the chalkboard label to. I decided to make each bottle different with the burlap thickness. You know…got to change it up. You
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  • Marianne Marianne on Mar 03, 2014
    Very nice. I have all those sitting on my counter. Now I need to decorate! Thanks for your ideas and pictures.

  • Pammietx Pammietx on Aug 24, 2020

    I love these, let me show you what I did with Pringle’s canisters