Check out the transformation (and how to) of creating this fun centrepiece decoration!
I recently received a Rust-Oleum® DIY Project Kit for Valentine's Day that consisted of Testors® Acrylic Paint, paint brushes, red and silver sparkle spray paint, and wooden hearts. This was my creation from this DIY kit.
- 4 wine bottles
- Red Semi-Gloss Spray Paint
- White Semi-Gloss Spray Paint
- Red Sparkle Spray Paint
- Clear Satin Polycrylic Spray
- Red & White Acrylic Paint
- Rubber Gloves
Use a hair dryer to loosen the adhesive and remove most of the labels with ease.
|Hair dryer used to remove labels|
Use Dawn soap and hot water with an abrasive sponge to remove any final residue from wine bottles.
|Scrubbing off remaining label residue|
Step 2: Rough up bottle with sandpaper for proper spray paint adhesion.
Step 3: Set up a well ventilated work area.
My favorite spot to work with chemicals and spray paint is outside where I do not have to worry about fumes or over-spray.
Step 4: Spray paint L-O-V-E letter color.
I chose to have the red letters so I used a Red Semi-Gloss Spray Paint.
|Red L-O-V-E color bottom layer|
Step 5: Place L-O-V-E letters on wine bottles.
I used my Silhouette Curio to cut out letters on vinyl to be placed on the wine bottles.
|Cut vinyl L-O-V-E letters placed on bottles|
|#teddymullens wanted to pose for a picture with the bottles|
Step 6: Spray paint main wine bottle color.
I chose the main color of the bottles to be white so I used White Semi-Gloss Spray Paint.
|White top layer sprayed on bottles|
Step 7: Apply sparkles.
|Paint brush used to apply red sparkles|
Step 8: Remove L-O-V-E stickers.
|Tool used to remove vinyl L-O-V-E letters|
Step 9: Apply a coat of Polycrylic.
Step 10: Paint wooden heart to be the -O-
I used white and red acrylic paint to create an ombre design on the heart.
|Red base layer being applied to wood heart|
|Ombre design painted on wood heart|
|Final L-O-V-E wine bottles|
|Final L-O-V-E wine bottles with wood heart|