How to glitter alcohol bottles

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These mini champagne bottles make perfect favors for party, wedding, or New Years! Use this technique on any mini alcohol bottles. It’s easy!

Skills Required: Beginner. Anyone can do this project, even with no prior crafting experience.

Glitter Mini Champagne Bottles - for Party or Wedding

Wedding season is in high swing, and we definitely need to celebrate the special occasion (for you or your friends!) If you like glitter crafts, you’re going to love this idea. These sparkly mini champagne bottles are just perfect as party favors, wedding favors, shower favors or even as part of a gift basket to give to the bridal party.

This party craft can be easily done on a weekend afternoon! Join me as I share how I created these glittery favors.

Mini Champagne Bottles

Before we jump in, I wanted to answer a few questions you might have that I frequently get about this type of a project.

How do I prepare my small champagne bottles?

There isn’t much you have to do to prepare your small champagne bottles for glittering. Just make sure the bottles are relatively clean and don’t have a bunch of greasy fingerprints on them (which affects Mod Podge sticking).

You don’t have to remove the labeling at all, and you should leave the top in tact. You may be wondering why you spray paint the bottles, and I’m going to explain that now.

There are actually a few reasons to paint the bottles: 1) so you don’t see the label through the glitter and 2) so the glitter “pops” off the surface.

If you don’t add a solid color background that compliments the glitter to a project like this, the background will show through and your glittering won’t look nearly as good.

Can I do this with any mini alcohol bottles?

Absolutely! This project works well with mini wine bottles, airplane bottles, etc. The only issue you might have is with plastic mini alcohol bottles.

Sometimes Mod Podge doesn’t adhere so well to plastic. Having said that, if you paint your bottles with a spray paint made for plastic, Mod Podge should go on top of that just fine.

Can I mix the Mod Podge and glitter to apply it?

You can. Remember that Mod Podge (or any other acrylic medium) dulls glitter slightly. So when you apply the Mod Podge and glitter mixture to your mini champagne bottles, it won’t be as sparkly as it would be if you didn’t mix it. But it also won’t get glitter everywhere, so that’s the trade off.

Can I do this with Sparkle or Glitter Mod Podge?

Yes. You’ll have to do several coats of these formulas on top of the paint though. You should still paint the bottles wth either spray paint or acrylic paint made for glass before you paint any Mod Podge on top. I do believe the effect would be beautiful with any of the glitter Mod Podges.

Now let’s dive into the project!

Glitter Mini Wine Bottles

Gather These Supplies

  • Small champagne bottles
  • Spray paint in gold
  • Glitter in gold & copper (or the colors of your choice)
  • Mod Podge Gloss or Matte
  • Paintbrush
  • Clear acrylic sealer with a Gloss finish
  • Hot glue gun
  • Painter’s tape
  • Printable label (download here)
Tape up the top of your mini champagne bottle

Step 1. Prepare your small champagne bottles – tape them up the top near where the opening seal is located.

Spray paint the bottle with gold

Step 2. Spray paint the bottle with one light coat of gold spray paint and wait for it to dry.

Apply a layer of Mod Podge to the bottle and sprinkle glitter

Step 3. Apply a thin coat of Mod Podge to the bottle, and sprinkle a coat of gold glitter on it as you go. Wait for it to dry as well.

Sparkly small champagne bottles

Step 4. Apply a second coat of glitter or create a gradient using a different color of glitter – in my case, I used a coppery orange. Wait for that to dry as well, and apply a light coat of Mod Podge and a sprinkling of gold glitter in between the two colors to create a nice gradient.

glittered bottle and Krylon clear spray sealer

Step 5. Spray the glittered areas with a clear acrylic spray to prevent glitter fallout. Be sure to get a gloss spray paint so that the glitter isn’t too dulled.

Cut your printable label to size

Step 6. Cut the printable label to fit your mini champagne bottles.

Attach your labels to the mini wine bottles

Step 7. Attach the label to your mini alcohol bottles with a hot glue gun and you are done!

Glitter Mini Champagne Bottles - for Party or Wedding

These babies are ready to be given away as favors or enjoyed on a night to celebrate you or your friend’s upcoming wedding, shower, anniversary, or more!

Prep Time2 minutes

Active Time8 minutes

Total Time10 minutes

DifficultyEasy

Estimated Cost$1

Materials

  • Small champagne bottles
  • Spray paint in gold
  • Glitter in gold & copper (or the colors of your choice)
  • Mod Podge Gloss or Matte
  • Clear acrylic sealer with a Gloss finish
  • Painter’s tape
  • Printable labels (optional)

Instructions

  1. Prepare your champagne bottles - tape them up the top near where the opening seal is located.
  2. Spray paint the bottle with one light coat of gold spray paint and wait for it to dry.
  3. Apply a thin coat of Mod Podge to the bottle, and sprinkle a coat of gold glitter on it as you go. Wait for it to dry as well.
  4. Apply a second coat of glitter or create a gradient using a different color of glitter - in my case, I used a coppery orange. Wait for that to dry as well, and apply a light coat of Mod Podge and a sprinkling of gold glitter in between the two colors to create a nice gradient.
  5. Spray the glittered areas with a clear acrylic spray to prevent glitter fallout. Be sure to get a gloss spray paint so that the glitter isn't too dulled.
  6. If you choose to use the printable labels, print them out and cut.
  7. Attach the label to your mini alcohol bottles with a hot glue gun to finish.

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If you enjoyed this mini party favors project, you’re going to love this confetti dipped champagne bottle as well!

Use your favorite party confetti and Mod Podge to customize a DIY champagne bottle for New Years Eve! One of the easiest new year crafts you'll do. Great for wedding centerpieces or table numbers too.
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Today’s DIY project is long overdue. I have glittered almost everything here on the blog, but have yet to tackle the oh-so-popular glittered wine + champagne bottles. The main reason being the glue issue as I hadn’t found a glue and sealer that would actually work like I needed it to; ie. being able to withstand the bottle being put in the fridge and the condensation that follows. But, I am excited to tell you that I have found the two golden products that make this crafting task a breeze – and I share all that goodness below. I am also super jazzed to share that I have recently been deemed a brand ambassador for one of my favorite wine labels, Bon Affair. Which is hands down, the ideal wine spritzer to drink while you are getting ready on the morning of your wedding – so I just had to glitter their sexy bottle! This post is all kinds of fab and I can’t wait for you to read on – so please do!

DIY glitter bottles and Bubbles For My Bitches tags - so cute!

About Bon Affair

Bon Affair is a new wine spritzer that only has 6.5% alcohol by volume, with zero sugar, added electrolytes, grape seed extract and only 100 calories per serving. To me, this makes Bon Affair the ultimate beverage to enjoy while you are getting ready on the morning of your wedding! The buzz won’t get on top of you, no sugar eliminates the crash, and the electrolytes will help you stay hydrated. Which means you can fully celebrate in the morning and still truly enjoy the rest of your special day!

If you are thinking that it sounds familiar, you might have seen them when they made a deal with Mark Cuban on Shark Tank last year!

DIY glitter bottles and Bubbles For My Bitches tags - so cute!
DIY glitter bottles and Bubbles For My Bitches tags - so cute!
Grab these 3 FREE tag designs including Bubbles For My Bitches!

SUPPLIES:

  • Bon Affair (or your choice of alcohol bottle)
  • Elmer’s Craft Bond, Spray Adhesive Extra Strength
  • Martha Stewart Crafts Sprayable Gloss Enamel Finish
  • Martha Stewart Crafts Patterning Tape
  • Glitter in your choice of colors
  • 8.5″ x 11″ white cardstock
  • Hole Punch
  • Scissors
  • Ribbon
  • Cute paper straws
  • Our free printable tags below!
Learn how to glitter champagne bottles!

Grab Our Free Tags

I’ve designed 3 cute tags for you to download and print onto white 8.5″ x 11″ cardstock. Simply cut each one out with scissors or a paper trimmer.

  • Bubbles For My Bitches
  • Cheers To You
  • Thank You
Grab these FREE Bubbles For My Bitches tags!

Punch A Hole

To complete the tags, punch a hole in the top of each one.

Grab these 3 FREE tag designs including Bubbles For My Bitches!

Glue + Sealer

I’ve tried a few different spray adhesives and sealers – and these two are the ones you want to buy for this project: Elmer’s Craft Bond, Spray Adhesive Extra Strength and Martha Stewart Crafts Sprayable Gloss Enamel Finish. The stick + finish stands up beautifully to cold + condensation when your bottles are put in the fridge! Although I did not try them chilled in a champagne bucket with ice. No glitter bottle should be put on ice – it’s just a bad combo. Keep that in mind when choosing what varietal to glitter!

I was able to make 12 bottles (6 large + 6 small) with each and I still have some adhesive/sealer left in both bottles for reference.

The best glue and sealer for glittering bottles of wine and champagne!

Tape Off Your Bottle + Prepare Workspace

Tape off areas of your bottle that you don’t want glittered. The patterning tape I’m using is low-tack which is terrific for using on top of labels of all kinds, as it peels of gently.

This is a bit of a messy project with the spray glue + glitter so cover your workspace with kraft paper or something similar.

Learn how to glitter champagne bottles!

Glue + Glitter

Working in sections, spray the adhesive onto the bottle and quickly shake on the glitter.

Learn how to glitter champagne bottles!

For the large bottle I did 3 sections; for the small bottle I only did 2. Take your time with this project. Don’t rush. Try to keep your hands out of the glue and glitter as it can be quite messy!

Learn how to glitter champagne bottles!

Remove The Tape Right Away

As soon as you are done glittering, remove the tape. Otherwise the spray adhesive will dry onto the tape and it could peel your glitter off when you go to remove it. If it’s already dried, carefully take a craft knife to the edges before you peel.

Learn how to glitter champagne bottles!
Learn how to glitter champagne and wine bottles!

Seal Your Glitter 2x

This is the most important step. Unless you want glitter all over the place; on your hands, in your glass, and maybe even in your mouth – you need to seal the glitter coat two times! Spray to cover all glittered areas and let each coat dry for at least 10 minutes in between coats. If you feel that the glitter is still coming off – spray another coat!

Learn how to glitter champagne and wine bottles!

So Many Pretty Bottles!

The white, Sauvignon Blanc – Bon Affair bottle is the perfect canvas for all colors of glitter!

Super pretty glittered Bon Affair bottles - perfect for the morning of your wedding!

Add Your Tags

Using ribbon or twine, tie your super fun tags onto your glittery bottles!

Grab these FREE Bubbles For My Bitches tags!
Grab these 3 FREE tag designs including Bubbles For My Bitches!

What shade of glitter is your favorite? Will you make them all the same, or maybe use a unique shade of glitter for each bridesmaid?

Super pretty glittered Bon Affair bottles - perfect for the morning of your wedding!

Bubbles For My Bitches

Grab these FREE Bubbles For My Bitches tags!

Add a little paper straw to small bottles so you can sip on the go!

DIY glitter bottles and Bubbles For My Bitches tags - so cute!

Full size glittered bottles make awesome, day-of bridesmaid gifts!

DIY glitter bottles and Bubbles For My Bitches tags - so cute!
DIY glitter bottles and Bubbles For My Bitches tags - so cute!

Printable Tag Designs

Grab your free printables here. Print these PDF’s onto 8.5″ x 11″ white cardstock and make sure to click “print actual size” so they fit on the paper!

Click for the-bubbles-for-my-bitchesClick for the-cheersClick for the-thank-you-tags

DIY glitter bottles and Bubbles For My Bitches tags - so cute!

As with all our DIY tutorials, if you create one of our projects please send us a picture – We Love Seeing Your Creativity! If you use Instagram or Twitter please use the hashtag #SomethingTurquoiseDIY and it will show up on our Get Social page. Happy Crafting!

DIY Tutorial Credits

Photography + DIY Tutorial: Jen Carreiro of Something Turquoise // Bon Affair Wine Spritzer, California Sauvignon Blanc in 750ml and 330ml Outdoor Bottles: courtesy of Bon Affair // Martha Stewart Crafts Gloss Enamel Finish, Patterning Tape and Glitter (Florentine Gold, Smoky Quartz, Rose Quartz, and Sterling): Amazon // Elmer’s Craft Bong Spray Adhesive, Extra Strength: Amazon // Font used: Thirsty Rough // Scissors: Fiskars // nail polish: OPI – Withstands the Test of Thyme


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This isn't a new idea by any means, but it's perfect for New Year's Eve and we'd both never done it before, so we had to try. As we often do, Danielle and I took different approaches with this craft. She covered her bottle in a base coat of silver glitter, then added a layer of colorful glitter on top. Meanwhile, I tried my hand at an ombré style using gold and purple glitter.

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To get the glitter to stick on the bottle, we used Mod Podge, a crafting staple that serves as a glaze and a glue. We also kept a bottle of spray adhesive handy, which was helpful for little touch ups.

If you're going to try this at home (you definitely should) be warned: This craft is MESSY AF. Other than that, it's insanely easy to do and a blast. There are only three steps!

Directions:

Step 1: Choose your glitter.

Step 2: Using a foam paint brush, apply a generous layer of Mod Podge to your bottle. (You might want to do this in sections, especially if you're attempting an ombré pattern.)

Step 3: Pour the glitter over the champagne bottle, making sure to cover it entirely.

Voilà!

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DIY Glittered Wine Bottles!!!

I have a DIY for AWESOME all up in here…

DIY GLITTERED WINE BOTTLES, yo!

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:

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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.

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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.

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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 , 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!!!

NOW FOR THE FUN PART:

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!

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Or how about a DIY glittered Starbucks cup?

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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?

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