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All it takes is a few colours, a little time, and you've got affordable wedding decorations worth offering to guests as a parting favor. Add fresh flowers or dried grasses to these ombre wine bottles for a natural touch.

  1. PREPARE: Wash the wine bottles removing all traces of a label using Krud Kutter Sticky Krud Remover. Dry bottles thoroughly. Shake the cans of spray paint before use for one minute, until the mixing ball begins to rattle.
  2. APPLY: Hold can upright 12-14” from surface and spray in a steady back-and-forth motion, slightly overlapping each stroke.
  3. Pink Bottle: Spray entire bottle with white, creating full coverage. Next, use the pink glitter spray to create an ombre effect. Keep the heaviest coatings of Glitter Pink spray paint toward the bottom of the bottle and lighter toward the top. Spray in a steady, back-and-forth motion. Apply two or more light coats a few minutes apart.
  4. Gold Bottle: Use Universal spray paint in gold as the base colour, spraying until fully covered. Use the gold glitter as a topcoat spraying to create an ombre effect with heavier coloring toward the bottom.
  5. FINISH: Each coat dries to the touch in 20 minutes, handle in 1 hour, and fully dry in 24 hours.

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