DIY Repurposed Starbucks Frappuccino Bottles

Recently I bought one of those 12 pack Starbucks frappuccino drinks and after I finished I was left with quite a few of the glass bottles hanging around. Their nice and sturdy so it seemed like a waste to throw it away. So I decided to make some interior decor with it, inspired by mason jar lights!;) Here's how I made it.


- Frappuccino Bottles

- Masking Tape

- Glitter

- Clear Nail Polish or Clear Glue

- Small Brush

- Wide Ribbon

- Christmas lights (preferably white)

- Spray Paint OPTIONAL (if lights aren't the color desired)


If the color of the Christmas lights aren't what you want than you can spray paint it a different color, first cover the light heads with masking tape and spray paint it to the color of your choosing. I choose a metallic silver so that the light will reflect. Wait at least an hour to dry, it doesn't have to be perfectly covered


Coat the bottom 1/4 with clear nail polish or clear glue and spread with a brush. Pour some glitter into the bottle and shake it around till the sticky areas are all covered. 


Tie a bow around a few of the neck of the bottle to add some more details.


String the lights 10 cm from each other and push the lights in one by one.

Voila Enjoy your new tumblr-esque lights!

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DIY Necklace Holder/Display

Here's a really simple DIY jewelry holder to sort necklaces of all shapes and sizes!


- Canvas (Whatever size you want, but if you want to go big better to find one that's better quality)

- Cardboard (size of the back of your canvas)

- Masking Tape

- Scissors

- Push Pins (In the color of your choosing)

- You choice of stretchy fabric OPTIONAL

Step 1:

Cut the cardboard to the size of the back of your canvas with an extra centimeter edge on all sides

Step 2:

Slide the cardboard underneath the sides on the back and use tape to secure it in place.


Stretch the fabric over the canvas and tape it to the back. Just stretch it enough so there are no wrinkles but not so tight that tape won't hold it down. I jsut didn't really like the look of the canvas.

Step 4:

Lay out your jewellery on the canvas to where you want it to hang at and push your push pins accordingly while holding the cardboard on the back to make sure it goes through completely

Step 5:

Hang it! I just used 2 push pins on my wall to hold it and it seems to be holding up fine, but depending on your wall type and how heavy your jewelry may be, you may want to look for picture frame hangers to hold it up

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