Wine Bottle Frames
I made these wine bottle frames out of recycled wine bottles for a wine tasting party. It was also a bridal shower party, so I used them for a “who knows the bride best game”. I framed each question and placed the wine bottle frames all over the room so that the guests could mingle, talk, drink their wine, and play the game at the same time. Each guest wrote their answers next to the corresponding question number on their wine scoring card.
These wine bottle frames are very simple to make. The materials needed are, an empty wine bottle, a wooden frame, picture frame hangers, and string or ribbon. I purchased the wooden frames from IKEA which were only $1.99 for a set of three…CHEAP!
The pictures speak for themselves, but all you need to do is to screw each picture frame eyelet into the wooden frame by hand in the desired area. It takes a little pressure at first, but it should screw in fairly easily. Use a ribbon or string to hang the frame onto the wine bottle.
Also consider, decorating the bottle with wallpaper remnants or scrapbook paper, or ribbon or you can also paint the inside of your frame with chalkboard paint. I preferred to remove the wine label with warm soapy water. There is something beautiful about a plain wine bottle. Arrange your display with other wine bottles of different colors and sizes.
Another option is to frame a letter and place several bottles in a row to spell out the bride’s (guests or honor’s) new last name. Use decorative paper as a boarder. Make displays by using other recycled wine bottles and recycled wine crates.