Monday, March 19, 2012

Dress up a Water Bottle

A few months ago I had a surprise party for my good friend AMY.
I wanted to make the party EXTRA special.
Sometimes it's the little details,
that make a difference.

So...why not dress up the water bottles.

I headed over to Michaels to get the supplies.
All I needed was some pretty wrapping paper,
a paper punch and clear WIDE tape.

Here's what I got.

I used Microsoft Publisher to make the labels.
I am NOT a computer wizard.
I'm sure many of you could do a much better job.

Once my "very simple" labels were printed,
I cut them out with the scalloped punch.

I cut strips of wrapping paper,
long enough to go around the bottle.

Next step... glue the decal to the strip of wrapping paper.
Almost done.....

Now attach the paper to the bottles.
I was planning on putting the water bottles
 in a decorative tub with ice.
I knew the paper would get wet and the printer ink would run.

The internet is a WONDERFUL thing.

Using  the clear tape made the job easy!

Next time you're having a party,
think about dressing up the watter bottles.

It's all in the DETAILS!

I'm starting to plan a graduation party.
Stop by to see my graduation party ideas
here at my Pinterest Board.

I'll be posting  to the following wonderful sites...


Sarah L. said...

So cute! This would work great for so many different occasions! Thanks for sharing!

I would love for you to follow my craft blog so that we can continue to share ideas! :)


Maria said...

These look so great! I'll have to do this when I have a party next, it's so cute! Thanks for sharing!

Creations By Cindy said...

Isn't this such a cute idea? I done this for a baby shower once and it was a hit with the ladies. Thanks for sharing with us. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Amy said...

It was a night I'll never forget. I still have my keepsake water bottle :)
Thanks for the love....xoxox

Amy said...

It was a night I'll never forget. I still have my keepsake water bottle :)
Thanks for the love....xoxox

Richard C. Lambert said...

These monograms were created for an engagement party for Kelly and Kyle. Their wedding colors will be purple and green. I also created coordinating stickers for candy tins. Werbedosen

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