We Thought We Would Share With You Some Festive Inspiration On How To Use A Glass Milk Bottle This Christmastime
- Rather than a glass of milk for Father Christmas, a small vintage looking milk bottle could be used instead. A 250ml glass bottle is a perfect size, please click here for dimensions. The bottle can be dressed with festive ribbon tied around the bottle neck and a personalised tag for Santa. The bottle can be finished off by popping in a red and white paper straw ready for the big arrival.
- It is that time of year when a small thoughtful gift is required, perhaps for a neighbour or a teacher. A small milk bottle can be transformed with a little creativity and a few crafty bits and pieces. A Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer bottle can be created by filling the bottle with chocolate covered raisins or nuts ( or own preference). Add 2 plastic googly eyes to one side of the bottle along with a small red pom pom for the nose. Now tie a brown pipe cleaner around the neck and create 2 antlers. Secure the lid and the bottle can be finished off with a festive tag. Click here for tag range.
- Maybe you need a little something for a Christmas stocking. A hot chocolate mix in a bottle is a simple choice. The glass bottle is filled with a ready mixed instant hot chocolate , leaving adequate space at the top of the bottle to place a layer of marshmallows before the lid is popped on The bottle can be dressed with ribbon and a tag. In order to add a different flavour, crushed candy cane ( peppermint ) can be added to the mix along with a candy cane tied to the bottle. Alternatively, a small bottle of liqueur can be tied to the bottle for an indulgent treat.
There are many creative options out there to try by just using a simple glass bottle. Happy creating!