Saturday, October 8, 2016

Disney Pixar Blog Hop - October 2016! - Mickey Mouse Wine Bottle

Welcome to the Disney Pixar Blog Hop!



Disney and crafting are a magical combination, and we are so happy you joined us to day for this blog hop.  Some of the crafters participating in this event have been doing this together since 2011!  Over the years the hop has grown but one thing has always stayed the same . . . amazing crafting projects that feature your favorite characters from Disney and Pixar movies.

For 2016 we are going to have a hop every other month for the entire year!  If you missed one of the hops we already had this year, you can still go back and see the projects.  For February click HERE, for April click HERE, for June click HERE and for August click HERE. If you are on Facebook you can like the group page so that you can be the first to learn about each upcoming event.  Just click HERE to go the the Facebook page.

To make sure you don't miss any of the fun, be sure to start at Shawn's blog to see all of the projects.  Just click HERE to head over to Shawn's blog and then follow the hop line up at the bottom of the post to see everyone's projects.

For this project I decided to use up some yarn I had from a blanket I made a LONG TIME AGO and decorate an empty wine bottle I had.  Wine bottle crafts are so popular right now.

I started off by making long chains of both red and black yarn.  This was a great project to do while watching television since I could just mindlessly do the same chain stitch over and over.


Next I  used a cosmetic sponge to applied some Mod Podge to the top of the wine bottle. 


I place the end of the black chain of yarn on top of the Mod Podge and allowed that to dry.  This helped to secure and hold the beginning of the chain in place while I was wrapping the rest of the chain.


Then I applied more Mod Podge and just continued to wrap the chain around the bottle.  I worked it in sections, applying the Mod Podge and then wrapping to cover the bottle before the Mod Podge dried.


When I got about half way down the body of the bottle I wanted to change colors.  I cut and knotted off the chain, and applied Mod Podge right to the knot to help secure it.  I made sure to do this on the portion of the bottle that would end up being the back of the project.  Once this dried I applied more Mod Podge and placed the beginning of the red chain right where the black chain ended.  


I let that dry so that it was secure, and then I finished wrapping the bottle with the red chain in the same manner that I did with the black . . . apply some Mod Podge and then wrap, apply more Mod Podge and wrap.  When I got to the bottom I knotted off the red and applied more Mod Podge to secure the yarn at the bottom.


Last, I added two white buttons to the front of the bottle.


I have a display shelf/space at our house, and I have a Mickey Mouse statue that sits in this display area, and this wine bottle makes the perfect addition to the display!




Before you go, make sure to enter to win our prize for this hop . . .

We have a prize from Paper Wizard!  You could win one of their Mouse Wreaths, which is pictured in the image below!  This is perfect for a Disney scrapbook or to turn into a home decor item.


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a Rafflecopter giveaway

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Good luck, and enjoy the rest of the hop!

The full blog hop line up is below.  







8 comments:

  1. Super cute!!! Thanks for putting together another great hop!!!!

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  2. This is really cute .. I was trying to think how to do this to coke bottles and twine .. didn't thing about using modge podge... now I know!

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  3. Thanks for showing that is cute

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  4. Adorable looking & fun blog..Koalabc

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  5. Being a Mickey lover, this is right up my alley. Not a drinker, so will have to find someone who drinks wine lol.

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  6. I love this! I've been thinking about doing something similar for our Mickey and Minnie bathroom!!! :-) Thank you for including me in another fun blog hop!!! :-)

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  7. Such an adorable project! Thank you for sharing!

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  8. Great Trash to Treasure project. It's lovely~! Penny

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