A Little Spring on a Drink Bottle

A Little Spring on a Drink Bottle

Good morning everyone!  I don’t usually share my posts first thing in the morning, but I didn’t have the post finished yesterday, so I figured I would try being an early bird for once. 🙂  For those of you who are night owls like myself, don’t worry, I’ll be back to my evening posting schedule tonight.

So, how’s the weather in your neck of the woods?  The end of February and all of March are indecisive months, weather wise where I live.  One day might be beautiful, and the next day it could be cold and miserable, but I start craving spring weather so much at this time every year, and the only thing that helps me wait more patiently for it is to work on some spring time projects.

I have a super simple one that took about 5 minutes, but it instantly added some springtime cheer in my house.

seed packet bottle - Knick of Time

I always have a stockpile of empty bottles like these, so I grabbed an empty Starbucks drink bottle and gave it a quick little makeover.

Empty drink bottle easy Springtime craft idea - KnickofTime.net

I printed out a vintage zinnia French seed packet label, cut it out, and decoupaged it onto the bottle. There are 10 othervintage seed packet labels to choose from HERE.

seed packet labels zinnia

I printed several sizes, and wallet size was the best size to fit the bottle.

DIY seed packet bottle - KnickofTime

I didn’t do it, but if you don’t want any blank glass showing on the sides, you could print multiple labels and just decoupage them side by side to fill in the gaps.

Dressing up the drink bottle was a good excuse to buy some cheerful daisies.  Daisies are one of my favorite flowers.  They are so bright and fresh looking, and just make me happy!

I hope you all are enjoying some spring-like weather, and treat yourself to some pretty flowers too! 🙂

seed packet bottle close up

signature today's post

seed packet projects pinnable

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Here’s something I think you’ll love!

Morning Glory Seed Assortment

morning glory seeds

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  1. That is really nice, Angie, and such a little burst of spring!

  2. Such a pretty, and simple project, Angie! Thanks for sharing and for the beautiful printables!

  3. Margaret says

    So so cute!!! Love the printables! Thank you! Have a lovely day, Angie!

  4. Marlene Stephenson says

    Thanks Angie, it’s a great Spring project and I am so ready for spring.

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