Faux Granite Designer jute wrapped bottles
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Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Faux Granite Designer jute wrapped bottles


These bottles are classy but very inexpensive and so very easy to make. 
This little project just took about 1 hour (not counting drying time for the paint)

Supplies Needed

1 can of spray paint  (natural granite)
Jute
Scissors
Hot Glue Gun
Bottles 
Just about any bottle will work, I like to use different shapes but approximately the same size.  Seen here is a large vase that I had around the house and 1 large wine bottle (washed, labels removed and dried completely)


Spray your bottles with the Granite Paint following label directions, allow to dry.

Begin at the bottom of the jar and apply a small amount of glue. Press the start of the jute twine to the glue and let dry. 

Continue wrapping around the bottle, glueing every few inches until you get back to the starting point.   Continue to wrap the bottle with the jute, glueing as needed.  I applied a tiny dot of glue about once every three wraps.


Stop wrapping at a point of your choice, whatever pleases your eye. Cut the jute twine and slide under the last row and add a dot of glue. Trim end.



Continue with your other bottles adding the jute wrap in the middle or even the top of the bottles or vases.  

Now I would love to show you my guest bathroom counter with these Faux Granite Designer Jute Wrapped Bottles!






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18 comments:

  1. These turned out great. I love the paint color you chose. Thanks for sharing at Wake Up Wednesday Linky Party.
    Have a wonderful day.
    Angel

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  2. These are really cool looking! I love the natural, earthy look to them with the twine wrapped around.

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  3. These are stunning- I know my sister would love these!

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  4. Love the look of these! Great idea :)

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  5. I love these! I've seen the twine done before but the granite gives it a whole new look!

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  6. CUTE! Perfect for inexpensive home decor Evelyn!

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  7. Oh Yes! I am pinning these into my DIY folder. Very easy to do and very effective. thanks!

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  8. love how these turned out they look great

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  9. How neat! I love this idea!
    Thanks for sharing on Twirl & Take a Bow!!!

    - Brooke -

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  10. Now that is fun! Visiting from Creative Monday #89 is me "Renae of Simple Sequins" with the bracelets from my post today. Im a 'thrift stylist' that trys to inspire. Yup, in a nut-shell. Great blog you have here.

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  11. These turned out so well! I have not experimented much with textured paint, and I've never used granite paint at all. I'm intrigued after seeing your tutorial, though! Thanks so much for sharing!

    ~Leslie

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  12. These are beautiful and they're being featured today! Thanks for sharing at Mix it up Monday :)

    http://www.flourmewithlove.com/2014/02/featuring-you_26.html

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  13. Hi Evelyn,
    These are beautiful!! I just love how they turned out! Thanks for linking up at diy Sunday Showcase ... and I'm pinning to our 'talent' board!

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  14. These are beautiful. I love the color! Thank you for linking to the In and Out of the Kitchen Link Party. Hope to see you next time.

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  15. They turned out great, I love making these bottles :) Thanks for sharing...

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Thank you so much for your sweet comments:)))