Happy Monday! Time for a gorgeous home decorating DIY by Tammy Henderson. Or should I title this ‘DIY Lemonade Stand’? Today Tammy Henderson shares her amazing ability to again create a luxurious centerpiece using plain, simple recycled materials. I mean ….. Lemonade bottles!!!! The way she does it, is always unique. Here she builds upon the former role of the bottles and their association with lemons. While the bottles are now flower vases, somehow you’d expect there to be a tray of lemonade coming out soon.
Over to Tammy on how to create this vignette.
DIY Summer Centerpiece using Recycled Plastic Bottles | Recycled Glass Bottles
Recycling. Using what you have. A few purchased items. A tour around the garden. Do all this, and you too will be able to create a summer outdoor centerpiece which will cost you next to nothing and that makes a personal statement.
The best part you get to enjoy the lemonade and use the bottle which you probably would throw out in the recycle bin to create a beautiful Summer centerpiece.
You may want to start looking a the bottles or jars that your food or drink items come in…
I know I did. My daughter purchased some lemonade. She was too lazy to take the empty bottle to the recycle bin. I noticed the bottles. I really liked their shape. And so I decided to re-use them on my table outside for a summer center piece.
I know I did. My daughter purchased some lemonade. She was too lazy to take the empty bottle to the recycle bin. I noticed the bottles. I really liked their shape. And so I decided to re-use them on my table outside for a summer centerpiece.
The sticker label was pretty easy to remove.
Although it did leave part of the glue left on the bottle.
To remove the sticky residue:
- Take some nail polish remover and a piece cotton and wipe it clean.
- This also takes off the black stamp on the bottle.
Some packaging comes with ribbon attached…don’t throw it away.
With the ribbon that was part of the packaging on some candles I purchased, I simply wrapped this cute ribbon around the bottle and tied it in a bow.
Sometimes less is more and by adding a simple bow to the bottle this creates a simple, but adorable vase to showcase some flowers from around the garden.
Snip a few flowers and place in your new bottle vases.
If you are as lucky as I am to have a lemon tree or you can purchase some lemons, to add to your centerpiece place your bottles in the center of a basket tray or any tray add some moss and place your lemons around the bottles to to create a unique fresh summer centerpiece.
If you enjoyed this post and would like to see more like it… I would love it if you followed along Till Next Post…Xo Tammy
One More Time Events
Tammy enjoys the challenge of reinventing her décor. She’s great at figuring out how to make something out of ‘nothing’. To her, ‘left-overs’ have a purpose. She has an urge to recycle |reuse | revamp | redecorate | remodel. And she does so, creatively, beautifully and naturally. Her works shows her love for decorating.
Tammy is the living proof that decoration with what you have | recycled materials, plus maybe a small budget for craft supplies, can create beautiful results. When you walk through her house and her garden, as displayed in her blog, you see a tastefully decorated place that has personality and a sense of home.
Tammy used to own a retail scrapbooking business and her blog is that ‘One More Time’ love affair with the creative world. While her emphasis at ‘One More Time’ blog is on decorating, at the FineCraftGuild she shares her how-to’s and gives us more than a little peak on how things are put together. And yes, all of these beautiful photos above are all hers!
Become a Home Decorating Pro w Tammy
Tammy’s articles are part of a series of how-to create great seasonal home decorations on a small budget. Here are some of her prior articles:
- DIY Beach Décor Ideas w Fishing Net
- DIY Seashell Centerpieces
- 4th of July Table Centerpiece w/ Recycled Glass
- DIY Natural Table Centerpieces with Hurricanes
- DIY Golf Themed Table Centerpiece (for Fathers day | any day)
- How to Create a Splendid Spring Vignette with Glass
- How to Make Marbled Eggs Easter Decorations