DIY Glittered Wine Bottles!!!

I have a DIY for AWESOME all up in here…


Don’t hate me because my glittered wine bottle is beautiful.

This craft was inspired right after I made my glitter-filled insulated cold cup. I LITERALLY (not figuratively literally, but literally LITERALLY) looked around my house, saw a wine bottle I had been waiting to chalkboard paint and said to my self, “Self.  WHY CHALKBOARD PAINT WHEN WE CAN…. GLITTER!!!” And yes, when I talk to myself, I address us as WE.

Long story.

If you PIN this, you can pin it onto your EASY board. Your RECYCLE board. Your AWESOME board. Your DO-ABLE DIY board. Your GETTIN’ HIGH ON SPRAY ADHESIVE board. And of course your SPARKLY FOOL board.

You can do this one of two ways, the EASY way:

Mod Podge Hard Coat
I gave each bottle a good coat of Mod Podge then used one of my measuring cups to pour over my glitter mixture.

glittered wine and glass bottles

Or if you want to go hard and go long:

Glittered wine bottle supplies via @jennyonthespot // www.jennyonthespot.com
First… rub the bottle with sand paper. Give it a good scrub. Scratch that bad-boy up reeeeeal good. Give that adhesive somethin’ to hold on to.

Glittered wine bottle: sand the bottle
Lay your sanded bottle on a covered surface.

Tip: because that adhesive is quite THE STUFF, I’d do this in a well-ventilated area… like OUTSIDE.

No worries if it’s cold, this project is FAST. Do your spraying outside, pop your index finger in the bottle, and bring it in to dry when done.

Lay your bottle down and spray with adhesive. Generously sprinkle glitter. Don’t spray it all at once… do it in parts.

glittering the wine bottle for glittered wine bottle via @jennyonthespot // www.jennyonthespot.com
Turn your bottle (gently) and repeat. Spray adhesive. Generously glitter. Spray adhesive. Generously glitter. Spray adhesive. Generously glitter. Lather. Rinse. Repeat.

Once you’ve gone all the way around your bottle, look for thin spots, missed spots, or spots that make you crazy. Spray adhesive… add moaaaar glitter.

MOAAAAR GLITTER on the glittered wine bottle via @jennyonthespot // www.jennyonthespot.com
A spritz of adhesive here… a sprinkle of glitter there…

Glittered Wine Bottle via @jennyonthespot // www.jennyonthespot.com

Once your bottle is adequately glittered, circle her like a shark would a wounded seal, and give the bottle a fairly generous cover of spray adhesive.

This does not mean glitter won’t come off, but it really helps. Just don’t put the glittered bottle in your pocket, or carry it under your arm, or use it as a goal for flag football… and you should be fine.

Your very own glittered wine bottle, y’all!!!


Go finish off a bottle of wine, break out the spray adhesive, break out the sand paper, and BREAK OUT THE GLITTER.

The party’s at your house tonight!

Looking for MORE sparkly DIY and decor delight?

Make your own glittered GLOBE!

Glittered globe via @jennyonthespot // www.jennyonthespot.com

Or how about a DIY glittered Starbucks cup?

DIY Glittered Starbucks cup via @jennyonthespot // www.jennyonthespot.com

And here’s a little how-to on making your own BODY GLITTER!

And it’s not ALL glitter, but it has some sparkle – how about making your own waterless snowglobes?

DIY no water snow globes via @jennyonthespot // www.jennyonthespot.com

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DIY Glittered Wine Bottle Tutorial via @jennyonthespot // www.jennyonthespot.com
How to Glitter-fy Glass Bottles - wine bottles, milk bottles, mason jars... DIY by @jennyonthespot
How to Glitter-fy Glass Bottles - wine bottles, milk bottles, mason jars... DIY by @jennyonthespot

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51 Responses to “DIY Glittered Wine Bottles!!!”

  1. Kim says:

    I usually avoid glitter at all costs but these bottles are so pretty (and I usually have several empties laying around) that I may have to give this a try! Thanks!

  2. Love this project! Before reading it I was already thinking “Cool!!! I’d love to serve wine thats in a glitter bottle!” LOL! I guess it would be advisable to do this on an empty bottle. (Unless I want glitter to be all over my chiller, wine bucket and all over everyone’s hands during a party.)

    Thanks for the tutorial!

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  4. Jo says:

    Oooooooo pretty!! O_o xo

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  7. Magenta Mulrooney says:

    This is so gorgeous! Does anyone know how much glitter you would need to cover a bottle?? I would love to do this as centerpiece but I am at a lost how much glitter would be needed! Thanks for your great idea!!

    • Hi Magenta!

      I just used a bottle of glitter I got from Walmart. It actually isn’t very much… Just when you pour it onto the bottle, be sure to keep paper under it and pour the extra back. If I had to guess an amount I would say 1/4 to 1/2 cup. Probably closer to 1/4 cup. 🙂

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  9. Loretta says:

    Great idea for decor @ my 50th. Wedding Anniversary party this summer.. thanks for the great idea & instructions!

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  11. Kathleen Tyrrell says:

    Goin to start making glass glitter its lovely

  12. Kathryn says:

    Giving it a coat of regular mod podge at the end will (ideally) keep the glitter from shedding. My guy roommates hated our glittering phase because we got glitter EVERYWHERE. when they showed up to work they would find it on their clothes… Needless to say they weren’t thrilled and we had to find a way to glitter things without having it shed everywhere.

  13. Pam Bishop says:

    No matter how hard I try, I can’t get my wine bottles scratched up.

  14. Emily says:

    Awesome! Made one as a gift for a glitz and glam themed bachelorette party!! Wish I could show the picture, I added two layers of burlap ribbon with some glitz on it to tone it down a touch!! Thanks for sharing!

  15. Soon-to-be Mrs. Lyons says:

    I am getting married July 4th of 2018. I want EVERYTHING to sparkle with glitter! (Like fireworks). This is awesome. Do you have any other suggestions for a “Firework sparkle fabulous” 4th of july wedding?

  16. Beverly Dickey says:

    You didn’t have the spray adhesive listed in supplies we need. What kind of spray adhesive do you use on bottles?

  17. Cathy Chamberlain Valdes says:

    How long does it take to dry?

  18. Nikki says:

    How do u sand paper it? I tried and it didn’t seem to be making much difference.
    If we were to paint it, what procedure wud you suggest?
    I am aiming for glitter and metallic paint look

  19. Ginger says:

    You can use epsom salt on a spay painted bottle too…maybe cheaper!

  20. so u are saying u used Mod Pod for the first coat then sprinkles then re sprayed it again with the same stuff ???

  21. Deanna says:

    I took clear vases from the dollar store and used modge podge on the outside and put Epsom salt on it and then sprayed clear over the top and put a candle on the inside. You could also use glitter. Be creative and good luck.

  22. Latoya says:

    CONGRATULATIONS on your wedding.

  23. Kayleigh says:

    You don’t need much glitter to be honest.. the range have the glitter you need 2 for 5 pounds and you don’t need that much considering how big the bottles are .. hope this helps

  24. Chris says:

    Any hints on how to get the labels off the bottles?

    • Jenny says:

      Yes! I soak the label in warm, soapy water. For stickier labels I’ll use a fork or sharp edge to score the label and soak. I will often use a dish scrubber… and if the sticky film and some label still remains, I break out the Goo Gone (https://amzn.to/2OREDip)!!

      • Marsha says:

        LABELS OFF. 1/2 C Baking Powder, 2 C white Vinegar, 1 TBSP dish soap. Add to HOT water in sink w/bottles. (Hot water into bottles also, to loosen adhesive on label)SOK BOTTLES, labels might just slide right off!

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  26. Sarah says:

    You can also use vinegar and some baking soda in hot water. Let them sit for a few minutes. The labels come right off.

  27. Glyndis says:

    I was looking for a fun, easy girls’ night in project! Thanks so much! I can’t wait to try it!

  28. Susan King says:

    So excited to try this! I was in need of a hobby:)
    Thank you

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  30. Lynica says:

    After soaking in warm soapy water, use a Mr Clean Magic Eraser. Best thing ever @ getting out adhesive film quick & easy! ?

  31. Phyllis Bell says:

    I love your glitter tutorial, if I do the easy way, could I spray the adhesive on after so to seal in the glitter?

    • Jenny says:

      Hi Phyllis, I think you will need that sticky layer first. I think it might be more of a mess to skip that step, actually. But if you try it and discover I am wrong – let me know!!! I’d love to know!

  32. Gulzar shabin says:

    I have done it….it wz amazing nd luks so beautiful…

  33. Laurie says:

    I’m going to make these and pick up some gold broaches or pendants from a second hand store. With a nice ribbon and the broach around, should look elegant

  34. Suzanne says:

    You can apply as many as you want but letting it dry in between coats.

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  36. meg says:

    Found your blog on pinterest when looking for ways to teach my daughter glittering!!! Your style of writin6is what I feel in love with… daughter loved the glitter bottles. We are going to try it today. And let you know the results…. keep up the sparkles… Aaaaand I did realize this blog is from 2012 !! How I missed it.. sheesh…

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