Creations, “Doodle” Bottles

I call these Doodle Bottles because they remind me of doodling, you know just mindlessly making patterns and marks with a pen…

These bottles are just as easy as doodling, and they certainly don’t have to be perfect.  They are just funky little folk art bud vases or decorative bottles

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I have been saving these gray bottles from one of my favorite wines,  because I think they are so pretty and wanted to reuse them

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I decided to experiment with some Annie Sloan Chalk Paint

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The middle bottle, above, is painted Paris Grey and the 2 outside bottles are painted with Old White.  Below all 3 bottles were painted with Paris Grey, silver paint pen, and pink and white paint

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I tried a variety of designs, and experimented with silver and gold paint pens, and a little paint

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I even left one totally plain, center.  It’s painted with ASCP French Linen, a perfect match for these warm gray bottles

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These bottles play dress up well too 🙂

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Pretty in rose blooms!

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with a Wine Cork Heart  💗

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I have already had lots of fun with these “Doodle” bottles

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Endless possibilities…

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Groups, singles or pairs

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any combination

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with fancy stoppers

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on a book shelf

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or with anything!

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I can’t wait to use them for fluffy fresh hydrangea blooms this spring

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Juicy Details

The wine bottle is Mer Soleil Silver, a California Chardonnay

You can learn more about Annie Sloan Chalk Paint and where to buy it here

I used Krylon gold and silver leaf pens from Amazon.com here and acrylic paints to add the patterns

You can find the tutorial for the Wine Cork Heart here

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14 Responses to “Creations, “Doodle” Bottles”
  1. Mary says:

    So fun Jenna, I love the whimsy of your bottle vases! You must sleep with your paintbrush by your bed to grab and go in the morning 🙂 I love those Mer Soleil bottles too and recycled a couple for a wine light torch and bottle tree.

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  2. Melissa Smith says:

    Oh wow! I love it!!! We get the same wine. I too loved the bottles. What a great idea! Oh you bloggers are so crafty!! Keeping the bottles now … Lol.. So glad you put it out there.. Thankyou!

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  3. What a cheery little group they make. Love this idea!

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  4. Scribbler says:

    My Christmas ones are still on the back porch! I need to get busy and do some more, maybe a few with hearts? See you tomorrow!

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  5. Emily says:

    Jenna, these are gorgeous! Love the color and designs and how you grouped them together for a beautiful vignette with the red roses and wreath. Perfect for winter into Valentine’s Day………….

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  6. Lynn says:

    They look pretty with the roses:@)

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  7. rachel621 says:

    These are so cute! The bottles are really nice. I should drink more wine so I can make vases, but then I would just go to sleep.

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  8. Kim says:

    I love these. Each bottle has such personality! Paint pens make paint doodling seem as easy as doodling on paper with a pen. What fun you’ll have with these fancy bottles! 🙂

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  9. These are so cute! What a great idea!

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  10. You are just so creative, Jenna! I love all your doodles. What a great way to add a bit of whimsy to a table or vignette.

    Thanks for joining us at Project Inspire{d}!

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  11. christykjames says:

    How fun are these?? Painting these was probably so freeing…just letting your creativity flow. Love them! XO

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