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Halloween Milk Bottles

I had the honor to be a part of a fun Dollar Bin Challenge with a few other amazing bloggers.  Milk bottles for the target beens were chosen as our challenge.  I couldn’t have been any happier that we are using Milk Bottles; I had been eyeing them for a while but needed a good reason to purchase some.  I actually ended up purchasing a dozen of them and using them for my daughter’s birthday knowing that I would be using them for this challenge too. There are so many things you can do with these cute little milk bottles, I decided to use mine as Halloween Inspired Milk Bottles that would be fun for any party or for the kiddo’s to drink from the whole month of October.

What you will need:

  • Milk Bottles
  • Spray Paint
  • Paint
  • Paint Brush
  • Straw
  • Witches Hat
  • Metal bolts
  • Scissors
  • Hot Glue

The first thing I did was spray paint two of the milk bottles one white and one orange. I spray painted the outside of the bottles to ensure they are safe to drink from.

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Then, I hand painted two bottles one with a black medallion and one all green.  I didn’t have green spary paint but brushing the paint on worked too.

Next, I hand painted the faces on the bottles.  I also painted the caps of the bottles to go along with each bottle. The Ghost and Pumpkin bottles were really simply to do! Spray paint and paint face only.

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The nexted two bottles I added embelishments too.

The Witch Milk Bottle I painted the little black medallion and painted in white paint “Witches Brew”.  I painted the lid black and hot glued a witched hat to the lid. To finish off the Witch I cut the end of a straw to make it look like a broom to go along with the bottle.

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The last milk bottle in the set is a Frankenstein Milk Bottle, for this bottle I painted the bottle with green paint and then painted a face and black hair.  I painted the cap on this bottle black to match the hair. Once, the paint dried I hot glued two bults to the side of the mik bottle.

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Here are the finished Halloween Milk Bottles.

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I am also excited to share with you a few more Milk Bottle ideas from the following Bloggers

Turkey Milk Bottles by DIYinspired.com

Candy Corn Sugar Scrub by pandoras-craftbox.com

Kids Table Centerpiece by Chasethestar.net

Hope you enjoyed all the fun ideas and get a little inspiration of your own.

 

 

 

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