DIY Farmhouse Flower Vase from Plastic Bottle


Not all plastic bottles are sturdy hence when Samie got this juice – I really liked the shape, strength and indentations. What followed next is cleaning the plastic bottle, air drying it and getting the label off.

Here’s a step by step tutorial for the makeover.

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29 comments

    • I think, its coz I used chalk paint – thats why it has this slightly grainy finish. Thanks for visiting me Allyson.

  1. This is so beautiful! My “go to” plastic bottle has typically been the Califa Farms almond milk one. If you haven’t used it yet, I imagine you’ll love the shape.

    It’s always so nice when things can be reused and repurposed. Cheers!

    • Just googled Califa Farms Almond milk – What a huge variety of drinks ! The bottle is so appealing as well. Thank you for visiting us Dana.

    • Shelbee – I will be changing the pringle ones pattern since it is not going well with my decor. Hope it does not get into the ‘procrastinate bin’ though šŸ™‚ Yes, I love the beverage bottle as well. Such a nice and almost ‘ceramic” look it has. Thank you very much for dropping by.

    • I know right !! That white chalk finish almost gives it a ceramic effect. Its the first time I tried it and i totally loved it. Glad you liked it too. Thank you for dropping by Michelle.

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