Painted Glass Bottles – {Mad About Mint}

I love the shape and details of Seagrams bottles (no, I didn’t empty them), so I bring them home whenever I come across them.  Whenever I’m painting something, I always look around to see if there’s anything else I want to paint in the same color before I wash out my brushes and put the paint away.  I was painting coat racks with my homemade chalk-style paint and my eye landed on this pair of bottles that have been waiting for a beauty treatment.

I used my Silhouette (of course) to cut a few little stencils to add words where the label had previously been.  The label shape is different on the front and back sides – these are identical bottles.

I lightly sanded over the words and over the rest of the bottle so the raised details would be accented and to give them a worn look.  These words were very tiny, so the paint didn’t go on perfect, but I’m okay with that.

 I seriously need another room added to my house, solely so I can decorate with this mint color, because I’m in love with it, but don’t have another room I can use it in.

This set is available in my shop HERE.



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  1. So cute! I’ll be on the look out for a Seagram’s bottle now!

  2. I love them. Makes me want to take up drinking so I can have some of those bottles! xo Diana

  3. They’re so pretty and I love all of the details! 🙂

    -Bonnie @ Revolutionaries

  4. Yes, I like that colour too. The flowers really set it off! What a good shape the bottles are and also he markings on hem. Altogether a very pretty vignette. Joan

  5. Angie … I love the mint color too … so refreshing. I have some of those bottles … just need to paint them and I think your lettering looks great.
    Thanks for always inspiring us.
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

  6. WOW! I’ll never pass over one of those bottles again! Love them!

  7. Super cute:)

  8. these are so pretty!!!

  9. These are so pretty. I love the distress look.

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