Don’t just throw away used bottles — here are some ideas for turning a yummy drink bottle into party favors or cute decor items for your home. We love the classic shape offered by Frappuccino bottles; they’re not too tall, don’t easily fall over due to their sturdy bottom, and take up minimal space.
These cute candy holders are made from re-purposed Frappuccino bottles wrapped with a strip of patterned paper. You could embellish them for any occasion using ribbon, stickers, stamps, and die-cut paper.
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These spray painted bottles make a simple decoration to hold holiday foliage. Customize them with painted letters spelling an inspiring word or a family name.
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We love this idea to organize small craft items inside recycled drink bottles. Perfect for the Pinterest crafter!
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Holiday favors can be cute and Eco-friendly too! Rather than buying expensive favor containers, re-purpose Frappuccino bottles to hold treats. Plus they fit inside stockings!
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These bottles were dipped in chocolate, edged with sprinkles, and filled with chocolate milk to create an irresistible treat!
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Flower vases are given a new flair with these painted Frapp bottles. Simply coat the insides of recycled bottles with acrylic paint to recreate this eye-catching DIY project.
Recycled Frapp bottles also make great spice holders, since they are slim, easily accessible, and have wide mouths that will easily fit measuring spoons (unlike many spice bottles). The stencil lettering adds a practical, modern touch to these bottles!
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We’ve seen Frapp bottles featured at several weddings. You could also use them at parties, baby showers, or a graduations to add a vintage feel to your table settings. These lace-wrapped bottles tied with twine are simply beautiful.
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Frapp bottles also make cute containers for candles. Insert a wick and pour wax infused with essential oils around it to create your own custom candle. Enjoy!
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These bottles are sprayed with cream paint and embellished with simple letter stickers. Another idea is to spray the bottle with one color of paint, add the letter stickers, layer on a second color of paint, and remove the stickers to show the original colored letters beneath. Let the paint fully dry between each step.
We hope you are inspired by these ideas! Happy crafting!
Katie has been married for 9 years, has 3 young children, and loves creative projects, photography, decorating, and encouraging others to pursue their ideas. She loves the Lord and feels blessed to be a stay-at-home mom with opportunities to enjoy creative outlets from home.