She’s Gone Coastal…with DIY Sea Glass Bottles

She’s Gone Coastal…with DIY Sea Glass Bottles

As most of you know, my repurposed and upcycled projects usually come to fruition as a result of (a) my pickin’ adventures across the South, or (b) “shopping” from my junk stash in our garage. But this project has a very different- and unfortunate- backstory.

Back in March, we received a note in our curbside recycling bin that glass was no longer accepted- no bottles, no jars, no glass whatsoever. Come to find out, it’s a county-wide issue and none of us in Greenville County, South Carolina can recycle glass! And for someone who prides herself on personal environmental stewardship, the idea of putting glass in our garbage can has caused a great deal of stress and anxiety…and environmental guilt. So, I decided I needed to come up with a DIY project using some of our glass bottles, supplemented with a few from our favorite restaurant, Stella’s (because I wanted some larger wine bottles, and, well, we just never have those on hand!).

Glass wine and liquor bottles that we can no longer recycle in Greenville South Carolina / www.sadieseasongoods.com

No. More. Glass. Recycling. It hurts my heart!!

As my project vision crystallized in my mind- something soothing, coastal, and beachy…to counteract my no-glass-recycling anxiety- I dug out a vintage milk bottle carrier from my stash. I can’t believe I’ve never used this in a project before! But it was perfect for my idea.

Vintage milk bottle carrier basket / www.sadieseasongoods.com

I almost forgot that I owned this!

Next, I set about transforming some humdrum clear and soda-bottle-green bottles into “sea glass” bottles…in frosty cool colors. Since I’d never done this before, I decided to try two different methods. This post contains affiliate links for your crafting convenience.

The first method I tried was using a specialty sea glass spray paint (Krylon Sea Glass paint in Sea Foam) which I used on the perfectly clear/colorless and nearly-colorless bottles.

Trying Krylon Sea Glass Paint on glass bottles by Sadie Seasongoods / www.sadieseasongoods.com

DIY Seaglass Method #1…

And on the blue-ish bottles, I used an Etch-effect paint (from Martha Stewart…and not to be confused with corrosive glass etching cream). Note- I could ONLY find this stuff online!

Martha Stewart Etch Effect Paint to make sea glass bottles by Sadie Seasongoods / www.sadieseasongoods.com

DIY Sea Glass Method #2!

Both yielded truly excellent results- and they dried super quickly, even on a humid summer day. So I would definitely recommend either and/or both methods.

DIY Sea Glass Bottles using Krylon spray paint and Martha Stewart Etch Effect Paint by Sadie Seasongoods / www.sadieseasongoods.com

WHAT A MAKEOVER!

Now that I had my bottles ready (and coated with a clear polyurethane spray to keep the frosty paint from scratching off), I turned to my vintage milk bottle basket. Not that he needed any embellishment, but I decided to break my no-burlap rule and wrap a little burlap ribbon around the inside of the basket to give it a sandy-colored foundation.

Adding burlap ribbon to my vintage milk bottle carrier basket for DIY Sea Glass coastal decor by Sadie Seasongoods / www.sadieseasongoods.com

The basket just needed a little oomph…

Don’t get me wrong- I love burlap! But I’ve tried to avoid using it because it’s just plain EVERYWHERE these days!

There…perfect- no adhesive needed, it tucked easily along the inside perimeter, and I simply snipped a little where the ribbon went under each metal divider, to keep it from bunching up.

Adding burlap ribbon to my vintage milk bottle carrier basket for DIY Sea Glass coastal decor by Sadie Seasongoods / www.sadieseasongoods.com

Exactly what I had hoped for!

With the burlap in place, I added in my painted sea glass bottles- and was immediately smitten!

Creating DIY Coastal Decor with sea glass spray paint and frost etch effect paint on glass wine and liquor bottles by Sadie Seasongoods /www.sadieseasongoods.com

I like where this is going!

But it needed one final touch- and a little nod to my favorite coastal element, sea oats. Now, you can’t pick or take home real sea oats in places like Florida and Georgia- they’re important sand stabilizers along the shore (sorry, my marine biology degree is showing). BUT, I chose as close a replica as I could find in my local craft store and plopped a few stems here and there in my bottles. Doesn’t that just look so coastal and beachy and dune-y?

Creating DIY Coastal Beach Decor with sea glass spray paint and frost etch effect paint on glass wine and liquor bottles by Sadie Seasongoods /www.sadieseasongoods.com

Oh…emm…gee!

Perfect as a centerpiece or on a side table…bringing in a coastal breeze no matter where you live. And if you close your eyes, you might just hear the wind whispering in the dunes and waves bubbling over your sand-covered toes.

Creating DIY Coastal Beach Decor with sea glass spray paint and frost etch effect paint on glass wine and liquor bottles by Sadie Seasongoods /www.sadieseasongoods.com

Perfect summer decor…

But back to reality! If you start seeing more “Repurposed Glass Bottle & Jar” projects here on the blog, you’ll know why. And if you live in Georgia or North Carolina, I might drop off some glass recycling in your blue bins late at night…just joking! (maybe…)

Craft on!

S

If you love this project as much as I do, you should check out All Free Holiday Crafts for more summertime inspiration! Here’s a great page that contains all sorts of DIY beach/coastal crafts!


PIN ME!Creating DIY Coastal Beach Decor with sea glass spray paint and frost etch effect paint by repurposing and upcycling glass wine and liquor bottles by Sadie Seasongoods / www.sadieseasongoods.com

Comments

  1. Another great project, and thanks, too, for the product reviews.

  2. I love this – so pretty and elegant. My grandma use to save glass bottles under her house. She was from the depression era. When she passed on and the house was sold those bottles were left there. Somebody one day will find a treasure and perhaps create something awesome like you did here. I just love this and now a trip to the ocean would be fantastic.

  3. Oh, I dearly love the look. I live in Florida and would display this all year. Sorry about the recycling – that would kill me. But to think you took a bad thing and made it into a desirable good thing. That’s fantastic.

    • sarahwpb@yahoo.com says:

      Thank you so much, Carol!! I lived in Florida for about 15 years, and I could see this in a LOT of my friends’ homes. 🙂

  4. These bottles are lovely! Yeah, I was reading and thinking, “You can’t pick those sea oats here!” I’m only 90 minutes from the beach, but we don’t go nearly as much as I want to. Go figure! It’s one of my favorite places. And, I’m currently decorating our guest bathroom with an ocean theme. This fits right in and I’m so inspired to get myself some paint and a lovely little crate somewhere…it’s time to head to the thrift store.

    By the way, we can’t recycle glass here either, so you’re not alone. 🙂

    • sarahwpb@yahoo.com says:

      It’s just so hard for me to toss them!!! Grrr, I’m not sure I’ll ever get used to it…

  5. Sarah, I just love what you did to transform the bottles! And I hate to throw them in the trash too, but we haven’t been able to recycle glass for years. Liquor bottles are always so pretty anyway, but love how you made them prettier with the paint. Pinned to “Shabby Chic and Antique” board.

    • sarahwpb@yahoo.com says:

      Thanks, Florence! I’ve heard that glass recycling is becoming a nationwide issue…so I think it’ll be affecting more and more of us. 🙁

  6. These bottle are adorable! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

  7. Camp Cammidge says:

    That’s crazy! Here, they ‘recycle’ glass, but it gets crushed and thrown in the landfill. How short sighted. Thanks for the great project, I had no idea that paint even existed!

    • sarahwpb@yahoo.com says:

      Uggggh, crushing it and dumping in the landfill is no better!! Boo, hiss. But YES, both paints are pretty awesome, I must say!

      • Camp Cammidge says:

        That’s what I thought when I heard that. How are we supposed to save our planet with idiots like that? I guess by using all the scraps and thrown out stuff we can for crafts!

  8. It would be torture to me if I had to stop recycling glass!! I guess they can’t source it out at this point. You are so smart to make something beautiful from your leftovers. I’d be using bottles and glasses for storage too.

    Happy Thoughts of Home. 🙂

    • sarahwpb@yahoo.com says:

      It’s HORRIBLE to throw it out, just awful. But at least I got something pretty out of it…

  9. What a great display! Love the look of your bottles and that container is awesome. So pretty.
    Hugs,
    Bev

  10. julia scholz says:

    Looks beautiful, the bottles came out so pretty! I used to love finding sea glass on the beach when I was a kid. Such a treasure!

    • sarahwpb@yahoo.com says:

      Aww, thank you!! And the bottles were PERFECT- especially the big ole’ wine bottles. 🙂 See you soon!

      • You must be from the South. My favorite expression is big ole whatever which defines something that is much bigger than big!!!😁Smiling here!

        • sarahwpb@yahoo.com says:

          Haha!! Not originally from the south (just the opposite- originally from the Chicago area), but I live in South Carolina now, so… 😉

  11. Drink more wine, it’s good for you!

  12. Janet Lynn says:

    Very nicely done : )
    Just wondering though, can you not take liquor/beer bottles back to the store for a refund?

    • sarahwpb@yahoo.com says:

      Thank you! Unfortunately, South Carolina is a state that doesn’t have a bottle deposit. 🙁

  13. She has done it again! Another easy super cute tutorial!

  14. I have got to try that spray paint…I didn’t even know there was such a thing! These look so good!!

  15. chris aka monkey says:

    this is freaking gorgeous sarah, and i didn’t know they had a spray paint for this either thanks for the share and i pinned xx

  16. Fonda Rush says:

    I’m curious as to why glass isn’t recycled in your area. Thank goodness we still can. I hope it isn’t a trend! Love your project. We live near the beach, too {southeastern NC}. The sea-glass look is gorgeous. I love the look of sea oats, too. {I’m not sure how we got ours, but we have a few sprigs.}

    • sarahwpb@yahoo.com says:

      It’s a statewide problem in South Carolina- all the processing facilities have closed because it’s not cost effective. 🙁 I’ve heard it’s becoming a nationwide problem, as well.

  17. Way to make lemonade from lemons! Your bottles are gorgeous. Maybe you can make potion bottles for Halloween, as well? I’m right there with you … it would cause me extreme anxiety if I couldn’t recycle. Thanks for sharing!

    • sarahwpb@yahoo.com says:

      Thank you so much!!! I actually made “poison bottles” for a Halloween blog post a couple of years ago, but I very well may be making new ones this year! 😉

  18. Teresa U says:

    love this

  19. I love this effect, I had no idea this kind of paint even existed.
    We are lucky that at the moment we still have glass recycling here but reusing is always better anyway isn’t it as a first option?

  20. It looks great! I’m also playing with glass bottles these days.

  21. Sarah, I absolutely love your solution to the no glass recycling problem. We always have bottles to recycle and I have a similar wire basket. Definitely trying this project. Thank you for sharing at Your Inspired Design LInk Party.

  22. sherrygcole says:

    I have not ever heard of sea glass spray but I will be trying this soon. I love how these bottles turned out. This is a great upcycyle!

  23. Gorgeous! I have some of that paint but haven’t tried it out yet. Now I’m really excited about giving it a try. We’d love to have you share this at our weekly link party. http://www.thelifeofjenniferdawn.com/2016/06/farmers-market-meals-and-little-bird.html Hope to see you there!

  24. What a great idea! What kind of camera do you take your pictures with? Love the quality!

  25. I LOVE how you transformed these ordinary bottles. So clever!!!

  26. You are so resourceful. The bottles are now beautiful. I’m in love with everything ocean-inspired.

  27. I didn’t realize you could buy a spray that would create that look on glass! LOVE it! Saving to my Handy Tips board so I can try it someday!

  28. I love, love, love this project! I am a sucker for a single flower ( or sea grass but we don’t have that in Wisconsin) stuck in a bottle. These are gorgeous and I am totally going to steal this idea. I didn’t even know they made sea glass spray paint!

    • sarahwpb@yahoo.com says:

      Thanks, Michele- Borrow away! All I ever ask is that you mention & link where you saw the idea. 🙂 Happy 4th!

  29. The colors really caught my eye. To think you did it with the paint. Excellent project. I thought both types worked very well and the milk crate adds to the perfection.

  30. I love that it’s something new made out of something old and beautiful at the same time! Recycling blues, they just gave approval to a land fill near me to make it higher and it’s on a top of a hill that goes directly down to the river. I love the outdoor beauty so much that I just don’t understand when others don’t care and to that extreme level. It comes down to money. Anyway, next time I go to the craft store I will be getting some of that paint!

  31. I am from Ontario, Canada. I think most of us would riot if our recycling was cut back like that. We recycle most anything here, all glass and, if it is broken, there is a specific place to take that too. And you can get free composters too. I often have a huge recycle pile and very little actual garbage. That being said, i grew up with the ocean in my front yard and LUV your sea glass idea. I also love the concept of upcycling,

    • sarahwpb@yahoo.com says:

      Beth, I might have to move up there and be your neighbor!! Our recycling bins are still overflowing compared to our trash, even without the glass…so you understand how sincerely difficult it is for me to toss anything glass. 🙁

  32. I love this! So gorgeous and elegant, and such a great way to use up old bottles.

  33. Oh how cool Sarah, I love how these turned out! Can’t believe you can’t recycle glass! But hey, at least these didn’t end up in the garbage then and you made them beautiful! That milk bottle crate is amazing too!

  34. christykjames says:

    Gorgeous!! Fortunately we can still recycle glass here, but it still hurts my heart a little to let go of some of those pretty glass bottles. I SO want to try this! XO

  35. we can’t recycle anything in suburbs around Omaha, NE. So what’s the alternative to glass? Plastic bottles, paper cartons or fire-burning trash? btw, your bottles & ideas are beautiful…

    • sarahwpb@yahoo.com says:

      Thank you so much…and that’s horrible that you can’t recycle ANYTHING? And BTW, throwing out glass is actually better than any plastic because it was made with sand and not petroleum products…so it won’t leech anything into the soil and water. But it’s still hard to throw out for me!!

  36. What a great idea to recycle glass into such beautiful decor! Love them! Pinned to share. Thanks for linking up with us for Snickerdoodle Sunday!

  37. These turned out gorgeous!

  38. Love this project, and an adorable vignette! Thanks for sharing your process.

  39. Great idea! I love the sea glass color. This set turned out gorgeous! We are so happy you stopped by and joined Dishing it & Digging It link party. We love having you. Enjoy your day!

  40. Buy 20 cans of sea glass spray paint | Paint everything glass in site. Check! Added to my to do list. LOL Loving this project.

    • sarahwpb@yahoo.com says:

      LOL and there are a TON of colors to choose from!!! Just to make sure your to-do list never ends. 😉

  41. I can’t believe you can no longer recycle glass?!? It is the easiest thing to recycle! That’s criminal. You should be proud of finding such a beautiful way of repurposing those glass bottles.

    • sarahwpb@yahoo.com says:

      Oh my gosh, I know!!! It’s just horrible…we’re much more aware while shopping now…if we can purchase something in plastic or aluminum, we buy it instead. Grrr!!

  42. I’ve never seen sea glass paint, but I’m going to get some! I love this idea – thanks for sharing on the Pleasures of the NW’s DIY party!

  43. While we are able o recycle our glass, I just know I can create something beautiful with it so I hang on to a lot of bottles. Now I know how to use up a few! Thanks for this 🙂

  44. I absolutely LOVE these. We can recycle our glass, but I am going to start being very picky about what I put out and what I save. These would be perfect for our coastal look at home! Thanks for sharing at Celebrate Your Story!

  45. You are so right about burlap but it was perfect in your sea glass bottle project. Thank you for sharing your beautiful project and tutorial at Vintage Charm.

  46. This is brilliant and the finished project looks amazing! I love the sea glass / sea foam spray paint and the little touches with the rustic bow around the crate as well. – Tasha

  47. So great! I just share to my favebook page Feathering My Nest for my followers to checkout too!

  48. Wow…these are so neat! 🙂

    I’d love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for recipes, crafts, tips, and tricks: https://www.facebook.com/groups/pluckyrecipescraftstips/

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J

  49. Ut-oh I so need that Krylon Paint! I did not know they had this! Awesome!Thanks for linking up to Merry Monday! Sharing on FB! Have a great week!
    Kim

  50. I just put that paint on my shopping list! Love how this project turned out.We don’t have recycling in our county at all. Pinning.

  51. To say I’m in love with these would be an understatement!! I’m going start drinking more now in anticipation of doing this project!!

    Thanks for sharing with us at Throwback Thursday!

    Mollie

  52. Swingining by for Talk of the Town, I’ve been seeing these bottles all over the internet this past week…SO ADORABLE! Thanks for sharing your technique!
    Crystal @ Urban Patina

  53. This is such a cute DIY! Those bottles are beautiful!

    Jill
    Doused In Pink

  54. Sadie… you’ve gone and done it again! Girl you are such a creative genius! LOVE this! I hadn’t heard of this frosted glass paint! MUST get some now!!

  55. Absolutely love this! Definitely giving it a try! 🙂

  56. kerryanne1964 says:

    Such a perfect summer project Sarah and a great way to recycle. I need to get my hands on some of that Sea Foam spray paint for sure.
    Thank you for linking up at Shabbilicious Friday this week. I’m delighted to be featuring your lovely project at tomorrow’s party. Kerryanne 🙂

  57. We’ve never been able to recycle glass and the list of no-no’s is steadily growing. This looks like very high-end decor that would cost a fortune and yes I’m feeling a little beach-y dune-y.

  58. I love the colours of these bottles and they look really effective displayed together like this – great project 🙂

  59. These are AMAZING Sarah! I can’t believe how gorgeous that spray turns out! Totally trying this once home again! Featured you this weekend on DIY Salvaged Junk 337. Thanks for linking up! 🙂

    • sarahwpb@yahoo.com says:

      Thank you!!! Can you smuggle home bottles from Hawaii?? You’ll want to make everything sea glass. 😀

  60. What would you use on antique brown glass Clorox bottles?

  61. Thanks for stopping by Peace, Love. Linkup! Hope to see you tomorrow at 6 for more sharing goodness : )

  62. LOVE this project, Sarah! I’ll be featuring it tomorrow night at Best of the Weekend!

  63. LOVE this!

  64. Virginia says:

    Looks great. By the way if you have Micheals craft store where you live you can buy the Martha Stewart there.

    • sarahwpb@yahoo.com says:

      I looked at both of my Michael’s in the Martha paint section and couldn’t find it! That’s AWESOME that your store carries that exact paint!!

  65. I didn’t know that sea glass spray even existed! What a stunning transformation!

  66. I share your anxiety about not being able to recycle glass! It never goes away in a landfill. My recycling toter is 30 gallon so feel free to top it off! HA! Love your upcycle too!

    Pam in Asheville, NC

  67. This is gorgeous, Sarah! Thanks for sharing with us at Snickerdoodle Sunday. This is the Most Clicked link from last week’s party and I’ll be featuring it at today’s party.

  68. Norma Spencet says:

    No glass recycling in my neighborhood here in GA! I also was very upset when we got the notice a couple of months ago. Glass is the perfect material to recycle. However, your sea glass idea is beautiful!

    • sarahwpb@yahoo.com says:

      You, too, Norma??? Ugggh!

      • Apparently glass is considered a plentiful commodity and is therefore not economically advantageous to recycle. My concerns are the landfills filling to the max.

        • sarahwpb@yahoo.com says:

          Yep, it’s awful!!! Between landfills filling up far more quickly and the cost of garbage going up because of the sharp increase in weight, it’s just cruddy from every angle. 🙁

  69. Love it, such a great idea. Going to try it 🙂

  70. I can solve your sea oat dilemma. Go to your local nursery and buy a pot of Northern Sea Oats. Plant it in your garden or a pot and you’ll have a yearly supply of sea oats. They reseed and spread. I live in No. GA and mine are prolific so I know you’ll be just as successful in SC.

    • sarahwpb@yahoo.com says:

      I had no idea, Vicky!!! Those look wonderful…thank you for the suggestion- seriously!

      • Oh, and thank you for introducing me to sea glass paint. I’m definitely going to get some and get to work. I think that I can easily turn some glass Christmas balls in to Japanese fishing floats in no time! I’m very fond of sea glass and have quite a bit in a huge bowl. I just know those fishing floats look great mixed in with the glass.

  71. Wow, I’ve never seen the sea glass paint before. Since I have a small collection of real beach glass, now I know I can make some bottles to match. Your display is lovely!
    Karee

  72. What a fun project! I love spray paint! These really look authentic. Thanks for sharing at Welcome Home Wednesdays! See you tomorrow!

  73. OMG! So glad I found you at Homemade & Hand crafted this is such an awesome idea! I wonder if I can walk over to my neighborhood bar and as them for some of their empty bottles? Humm…..Just pinned and subscribed to your blog 🙂

    • sarahwpb@yahoo.com says:

      I’m sure you could! If you saw in my post, my favorite restaurant was more than happy to hold bottles for me!! 🙂

  74. Hi! We’re going to be staging our house to sell in the next 6 weeis – this will be the perfect accent for our kitchen counter~ I love this.

  75. They are beautiful! Can you use regular krylon spray paint?

  76. Sharon Wright says:

    Terrific idea!

  77. FYI – if you have a Target store nearby, they should have a recycling station inside that accepts glass. Our curbside service doesn’t accept glass, either, and everyone in our town takes their glass to Target for recycling. https://corporate.target.com/press/releases/2010/04/target-launches-recycling-stations

    • sarahwpb@yahoo.com says:

      Afraid not- it’s not a choice my county/region just decided to do. The last MRF processing facility in our area closed so there’s no place to take the glass (within a reasonable hauling distance). 🙁

      • Well, darn! We don’t have any glass recycling facility nearby either (I’m in Mississippi, a SC transplant!) but Target trucks the glass out for recycling.

        • sarahwpb@yahoo.com says:

          Such a bummer, right?? But I wonder if I could find out more about what your Target does…and see if I can connect the dots somehow. That would be amazing!

  78. Do you paint exterior or interior of bottles

  79. How did you get the stickers off of the glass?

  80. I LOVE your recycled bottles!! What a great idea. I do have a question. Did you have a sure fire way to remove the labels and more importantly the label GLUE from the bottles before you paint? I find it next to impossible to get all that stubborn stuff off. Thanks!

  81. This is gorgeous! gotta look for some of that sea glass paint. I love the different shaped bottles, so now I’m going to need start collecting! Feel free to run over the border to NC to recycle! I live in NC, about 1 and 1/2 hours from Greenville! Love all your crafts. Thanks for sharing.

  82. HAVE to do this one !!!!! BEAUTIFUL !!

  83. So simple and doable! Thanks for posting!

  84. This is a long shot, but do you remember where you bought the carrier?

    • sarahwpb@yahoo.com says:

      I do remember, but I’m afraid it won’t help you- I bought it at a flea market in Asheville, NC. Not exactly one-of-a-kind, but I rarely see the vintage ones like this anymore.

  85. I love the idea. I don’t drink,but we have a small pub down the street. Going to ask them to save the bottles for me (empty of course ). I know they throw away tons. You can hear them crashing as they go into the garbage truck. I guess that’s one way to support my local pub. Maybe I can go into business. I will mention your site of course. Thank you so much.

  86. I love the sea glass bottles! I am going to use this idea for my friends beach themed craft room I am decorating for her. The basket is so cute too! Where did you get it? I have seen “vintage wire” type baskets at the craft stores but not one that looks like yours. Great job!

    • sarahwpb@yahoo.com says:

      Thanks, Kathy. LOL…my basket IS authentically vintage, an old milk bottle basket. Got it at a flea market years ago! 🙂

  87. do you think this idea could be used on glass bathroom accessories? Like toothbrush holder, lotion bottle, etc? I can’t find what I want in stores, so thought about making my own. Thanks!

    • sarahwpb@yahoo.com says:

      Absolutely, I don’t see why not. But it does scratch easily- so be sure to put a couple of coats of a sealant to help protect it. That’d be my only concern with bathroom accessories (since they’re moved, picked up, etc.).

  88. Wow, they look amazing! I love how you styled them too. Will be sharing this on The Creative Circle Link Party this week. Thank you for linking us with us!

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