What Do I Do With Killed Wine Bottles?

What happens when wine bottles go to heaven? You know, after you “kill” them by drinking all of the contents until there is nothing left except for a drop of wine deliciousness. Then, you try to lick that last drop off of the rim of the bottle before you toss it.

No? Just me?

Instead of letting these poor bottles go to waste, forever remembered as nothing more than a vessel for your favorite grape beverage, why not reuse?

I’ve recently been experimenting with wine bottle after-life uses, such as wine bottle candle holders. Please do not comment and say you saw this on Pinterest or that I should put them on Pinterest , and please don’t pin this to Pinterest. It’s not that I’m against that site, I just don’t want to be associated with it and all of it’s “inspiration” in the form of stolen photos from across the Internet. My photos on this blog are all mine, and I make a point of that.

What do you think?

Another blogger friend will be doing a “holiday giveaway” with my wine bottle candle-holders. I’ll post more about that when she gets it going.

Bottles Getting Ready for After-Life Uses
Bottles Getting Ready for After-Life Uses
One Version of a Finished Product
One Version of a Finished Product
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