You read that right!
These are more of the 60 oz saki bottles that have collected on my fireplace over the last several Sundays.
for this easy craft I started by removing the labels using a technique I found online (that works!!)
The supplies needed include:
Rust-oleum flat white primer ($3.75)
Wine (or in my case sake bottles) free
Epsom Salt ($1.00)
Spray Adhesive ($4.00)
For some unknown reason, I did not take photos of my steps but will share them with you.
STEP 1: Lay down paper to protect your working area!
STEP 2: Remove Labels.
STEP 3: Wash, rinse, & dry.
STEP 4: Coat your bottle with white paint in a well ventilated area and let the bottle completely dry.
STEP 5: Pour Epsom Salt into a cup for easy pouring.
STEP 6: Spray your bottle with spray adhesive DO NOT LET IT DRY!!
STEP 7: Tilt your bottle on the bottom edge (for easy turning) Using your cup, sprinkle the bottle with Epsom Salt making sure you coat all sides.
STEP 8: Dry
If you want, you can spray a clear coat of protection onto the bottle, this will protect your design (and keep your 9 y/o from rubbing the salt off of it!)
Pictures of the final product are below: