As the climate turns cooler we would like to energize up our gardens and living rooms with herbs and plants — which look lovely while planted in recycled corks and bottles. We have collected some cool wine crafts intended for your own interior garden to make yourself. If you are feeling crafty or would like to give a prodigious gift to your wine-loving friend, this is something for you!
Hanging Wine Bottle Planter
Create lovely hanging wine bottle planter that are perfect for non-winos and winos alike. In addition, just like wine, this planter also gets better with aging! This easy project is fun to make.
Wine Bottle Cork Planter
These wine bottle cork planters are very sweet. They are also easy to craft and make amazing fridge magnets. Besides, they would be great for upcycled gifts.
Self-Watering Wine Bottle Planter
Self-watering wine bottle planters provide a striking method to keep the moisture-loving plant hale and hearty. You can craft a simple waterer, by filling an old wine bottle with plain water, placing it below the plant which is already placed in the top portion of the bottle.
Wine Bottle Hydroponic Planter
A hydroponic wine bottle planter is also self-watering. These types of planters are very suitable for growing herbs, but please ensure that you do not choose mint.
Wine Bottle Succulent Planter
These tiny succulent planters are wonderful for Mother’s Day—it is a cool craft to do in groups! They would make a prodigious housewarming otherwise “just because” gift. When you got the bottle to cut down, you couldn’t stop crafting them!
Cut Wine Bottle Planter
Cutting the wine bottle is the initial but also a difficult task while crafting a wine bottle planter. There are various methods available to cut wine bottle depending upon the size and material.
Wine Bottle Flower Planter
Instead of growing a plant in the wine bottle you can just place a flower with some leaves (either natural or artificial) in the inverted wine bottles. This will be a perfect décor for the living room.
Glass Wine Bottle Planter
Glass wine bottle planters are more attractive than any other material, but cutting them will be difficult task. You should be very careful while crafting this type of wine bottle planter because glass is so brittle and likely to hurt your fingers.
Wine Bottle Herb Planter
With the herbs grown using indoor wine bottle planters, you can be hale and healthy. You can prick them directly from the plants and use on your foods to make them more tasty and fresh.
Wine Bottle Upside down Planter
Since these types of bottles will be hanging upturned, using normal soil will be impossible. Perhaps moss will be a better option.
Recycled Wine Bottle Planter Kit
All you need to make your own wine bottle planters are old wine bottle, cutting tool and plants. If you are not patient enough to cut them, you can simply hang the whole bottle also.
Wine Bottle Planter Wick
These are nothing but self-watering plants where the water will wick from the soil to the water by making use of a thin rope.