This DIY bottle garland is easy to make. For less than $10 you can hang this from any window and place cuttings from your favorite flowers to display.
I love walking in the garden, but also enjoy fresh flowers in the home. Especially if we are entertaining, I always have a few vases and arrangements on the tables. I sometimes even place a small vase in the powder room.
Recently, I saw this bottle garland for sale online, made up of the cutest little vases, and thought, "How pretty would this be in a kitchen? How about my office window?" So when Hobby Lobby had their glass items at 50%, off I picked up 5 cute bottles, and some silver wire to make my own bottle vase garland.
It couldn't be easier to do.
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Easy Bottle Garland
Using Command Mini Hooks placed on the sides of the windowsill, I attached the wire by making a loop.
Then I wrapped the wire around the neck of each bottle 3 to 4 times, leaving a few inches between each bottle.
Once I got it to the length and curve I wanted, I cut extra to make another loop so that it could be connected to the command hook on the other side of the window.
A $4.00 bouquet of purple stock was more than enough to fill the vases, and they look so pretty.
I think I'm going to have to make another one for the window above my sink in the kitchen so that I can admire it while I'm cooking and doing the dishes.
This would make a great gift, don't you think?
DIY Easy Bottle Garland
- scissors or wire cutters
- 5 small bottles with necks
- silver beading wire
- command mini hooks
- 5 fresh flower blooms
- Place mini command hooks at equal heights on each side of the window frame
- Make a small loop on one end of the wire to hook on the command hook.
- Evenly wrap the wire a couple of times around each bottle.
- Then move to the next bottle.
- Finish with looping the end of the wire and hanging it on the other command hook.