Rudolph Wrapped Bottles

Rudolph Wrapped Bottles

Depending on how long you’ve been following this little blog, you may or may not recall one of my very first projects {and honestly one of my top three favorites}, these jute wrapped bottles.  Like I said, it was one of my first projects, so please excuse the very small pictures…this girl was still learning the ropes.

Well, the reason why those little bottles are one of my most favorite projects to date is that they are so extremely versatile.  I honestly use them every season.  By just tweaking them a little bit, they totally just “fit” in my house.

Christmas was no exception.  I had some leftover glittery red bulbs from another project and immediately got this idea…

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How cute is that?!

All you’ll need to make a couple of Rudolph Bottles are:

jute wrapped bottles {any size, any shape…just find a bottle and start wrapping}

red and white baker’s twine

brown pipe cleaners

small, plastic Christmas bulbs {these were for a mini tree}

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Okay, easiest {and non-messiest} Christmas craft…EVER.

String an ornament onto the baker’s twine, tie it around the center of one bottle, bend two pipe cleaners to look like antlers and stick them in the bottle, and…voila!  Instant Rudolph Bottle {because that’s a thing, right?!}.

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I decided to let the baker’s twine bow just hang in the back because I wanted the project to stay as simple as possible!

I’ve put these Rudolphs in several spots around the house.  They’d be perfect for your mantel, a tablescape, or maybe near your fireplace to help Santa find his way to his cookies and milk on Christmas Eve.

I love that they were so simple to make but kinda make a big statement.

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Merry Christmas!

And for more Rudolph decor, head over to Lines Across today to see sweet Rudolph Jingle Bell Ornaments!

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About Meredith Hazel

Meredith is a stay at home mom and has been blogging since 2012. She started Wait 'Til Your Father Gets Home as a creative outlet in between nap times for her little one. Wait 'Til Your Father gets home is a combination of crafting tutorials, DIY projects, recipes and, sharing some of life's journey along the way.

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