DIY Sparkly Bottles Will Make Your Party Pop
If you’re going to (safely) indulge in a little drinking, why not to it glamorously?Whether you’re serving cocktails such as our Chambord sparkling Champagne cocktail or straight bubbly, everything looks more glamorous in a bottle that’s as sparkling as the wine inside — and we make it easy with this quick DIY.
- Bottle of Champagne or sparkling wine (we found ours at BevMo)
- Super 77 adhesive spray
- Craft glitter
- Latex gloves
- Drop cloth or old sheet
Wear gloves and only apply spray adhesive in a well-ventilated area. Put down a drop cloth or old sheet before spraying.
Step 1: Put on gloves. In a well-ventilated area over a drop cloth, spray the portion of the bottle facing you with adhesive (you’ll do one section at a time to ensure the adhesive stays sticky). Be sure to leave the top third of the bottle clean so you can pop the Champagne!
Step 2: Sprinkle glitter over adhesive. Repeat, spraying the adhesive and sprinkling the glitter all around the bottle until it’s completely covered in glitter.
Step 3: Shake off excess glitter, then display! Feel free to put sparkly bottles on ice. Some glitter will come off when the ice melts, but that just makes the ice bucket that much more festive!
Invite family and friends to ring in the New Year with one of our New Year’s Eve invitations, such as this Champagne Bubbles Evite invitation