DIY Spooky Halloween Poison Bottles

Thrifty Thursday

We are still ghouling-it-up around here at Zest.  It is the day before Halloween weekend and there is still time to add some haunting flare to your home before guests arrive.  I love this project because it is effortless and the result is way too fun!  There is something so dang rewarding when you can bust out a cool project just by gathering a few things around the house that you already have.  Seriously gratifying.

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All you need are some empty bottles, some chalk paint and either some stickers or some printable labels.

(Note: scroll to the bottom for some cute freebie labels from Two Crafty Hands)

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Remove the corks or caps, and give your bottle a dunk for a drippy texture.

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Let the excess drip off before you flip it over to create your “drips.”

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Once you achieve the drip marks that you like, flip it back over so that it can dry without the paint completely covering the bottle.

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For another look, fill a bottle with the chalk paint and shake it up!

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This technique will keep the glass sheen when it dries.

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Finally, for a third look, paint the exterior of the bottle with the chalk paint.  You will have to do two coats, but when it dries it will take on a really cool effect.

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The final step, once they are dry, is to give your bottles some spooky labels.  These we picked up at Michael’s for cheap, but you can easily print you own.

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Spooky, spooky.

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Happy Halloween!!

xoxo

Chanda

p.s. Here are the cute labels, as promised, from Two Crafty Hands

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