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DIY Milk Bottle Vases

Would you believe me if I told you…

that these vases…


along with these …


… were recycled Starbucks’ frapuccino bottles?!?!  OMG, how totally ingenious is that?!  Top photo shows them spray painted in white, pink and deep red. But I can imagine them in other pretty colors as well. Maybe seafoam green or pale aqua… ooohh la la!  Get the  instructions here from Maize Hutton.  Kickin’ caffeine buzz here we come!!

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1 Karen - The Last Detail { 06.17.09 at 3:58 pm }

These would make cute personalized gifts for bridesmaids! LOVE IT!

2 jessica@budgetsavvybride { 06.17.09 at 4:42 pm }

tooooooo cute! recycling is hot.

3 Mo { 06.17.09 at 5:05 pm }

Genius. Thank you so much. A while ago I tried to do this with some wine bottles, but I was using regular paint and it just did not work out.
Spray paint, gotta remember that!

4 Michelle { 06.17.09 at 7:47 pm }

Oh my gosh, this is too cute! I’m going to have to try this soon.

5 Ashley B. { 06.17.09 at 9:22 pm }

OMG OUTSTANDING! This would be so perfect for my sis-in-law. She has me helping plan a simple backyard affair. LOVE IT!

6 Bridechka { 06.18.09 at 12:12 am }

Wow. Straight up awesome!

7 more crafty goodness { 06.18.09 at 7:45 pm }

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8 Accidental Housewife { 06.19.09 at 3:37 am }

Bah! Awesome! I got $50 in Starbucks gift certificates for my b-day… I smell a project and it smells like Frappaccino and spray paint (then again so do MOST of my projects!)

9 Miss B { 06.19.09 at 8:11 pm }

Brill!! You can also use that cool frosted spray, very clean, oh the ideas are running rampant….

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11 Bri { 06.22.09 at 1:17 pm }

They do have a great shape. Awesome!

12 those things in the middle of the table { 06.24.09 at 6:10 pm }

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13 Elizabeth { 04.19.10 at 10:33 am }

I love this! I just started planning and the wedding has one of two directions to go here, so if it winds up following the indie-vintage-vibe, this will be a must. Thanks!

14 Vancouver Flowers { 04.20.10 at 9:10 am }

This proves wrong anyone who disagrees with the fact that just because you’re doing a classy wedding, you can’t go recycling and be eco-friendly. Nice touch you made with the labels. I do vintage polaroid photos at username I May Be Seymour Glass on flickr and this one right here’s my new inspiration.

15 Minia { 09.20.11 at 3:32 pm }

OMG!, I JUST started collecting my frap bottles! I buy them at Sam’s, my fiancee & I drink one every day, so they’ll pile up fast! I was thinking of spray painting them too, or placing a huge hydrangea leaf inside to hide my flower stems for our centerpces. So cool that I found this site & other people that are doing the same thing! 😀

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