Tequila Bottle Top Christmas Tree

4:00:00 AM

Apparently Tequila bottles have cool tops...

Tequila Bottle Top Christmas Tree www.homeroad.net
At least that's what my sister-in-law tells me.

I'm a wine girl myself...  

If you want repurposed wine projects go {here} and {here} and {here}

My sister-in-law said she has a bunch... who knew?

Anyway I knew there must be something I could do with it... 

I removed the rubber cork around the stem then poured epsom salt snow into the topper.

Tequila Bottle Top Christmas Tree www.homeroad.net

I used hot glue to attach a bottle brush Christmas tree to the top.

Tequila Bottle Top Christmas Tree www.homeroad.net

Next I wrapped the glass stem with jute and tied a bow with red and white baker's twine.

Tequila Bottle Top Christmas Tree www.homeroad.net

Tequila Bottle Top Christmas Tree www.homeroad.net

I told her to bring them all over and I'd make a bunch more!

The tequila bottle tops made adorable little snowy Christmas tree stands and individually wrapped were a top seller at my recent craft fair!

Tequila Bottle Top Christmas Tree www.homeroad.net

Tequila... who knew?

Want to make some yourself? Well you will have to drink your own tequila but 
here are my affiliate links to some great bottle brush trees and a cute red truck to go with it!


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  1. I HATE tequila but love your projects, Susan! Cool repurpose!


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