These were easy and done in a few quick steps.
Candy Corn Bottles
1. Remove labels from wine, champagne or any other glass bottle. I try to peel the label off and then soak the bottle in hot, soapy water to remove any remaining label.
2. Spray entire bottle with white spray paint. I used a few light coats.
3. Spray the bottom third of the bottle with a couple light coats of yellow spray paint. I used Valspar spray paint in Gold Abundance, from Lowes.
4. Spray middle of bottle with a couple, light coats of orange spray paint. I used Valspar spray paint in Island Orange, from Lowes.
5. Let dry and enjoy your candy corn bottles for Halloween.
I loved the blurred lines and how the colors blend together on the bottles.
*Always use spray paint in a well ventilated area. I usually spray in my garage, with my the garage door and window open.
My Fourth of July bottles are probably my favorite, but these candy corn bottles are a close second. I've also done some Valentine bottles and some chalkboard bottles. I am currently using the chalkboard bottles for Halloween decorations too (picture below).
3 Weeks Until Halloween! What are you doing to prepare?
Happy Champagne Thursday!