Halloween Bottles

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I couldn’t help but notice all the Halloween themed bottles at the liquor store, and since it didn’t take much enticement on my part, I ended up with a nice little collection to display. There’s not a whole lot of work involved other than relaxing, having a few drinks and lightly embellishing the bottles with a few decorations. That part, the kids can help with.

Materials

  • Halloween themed bottles
  • Halloween decorations
  • glue gun

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Instructions

Once you’ve finished imbibing your heart out, rinse and dry the bottles, and decorate. No labels required!

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12 Comments

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12 responses to “Halloween Bottles

  1. I love this (and Rogue’s Dead Guy Ale)! I did a whole post on Fall Alcohol and all the fun packaging…wish I had saved the bottles, but I will next year! Pinning for next year though!

  2. Ah, the good ole alcohol post! Always makes for a great post! Love the labels and especially the skeletons! :-)

  3. teachingyoungchildren

    Too funny – I hope the kids are not asking to taste some of the witch brew :) Thanks for sharing with Afterschool!

  4. Our groceries have the liquor in a seperate area so I never see those aisles and great labels. I would love the vodka skull (and have asked bars if I could buy one) but they are SOOO expensive!

    • Gosh, I never looked into the price. I just asked my husband to buy one for me when he was traveling, since they weren’t available here at the time. I will certainly treasure it!

  5. When they designed the bottles for their market, do you think they imagined moms crafting with kids? I love to repurpose so now I have a “reason” to run out to the store. Thanks for sharing at Inspire Us Thursday on Organized 31.

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