Starbucks Bottle Place Card Holders

I’ve really enjoyed crafting with recycled items lately.  When I went shopping for Halloween candy alternatives last month I purchased a package of Starbucks iced coffee and made sure to hang on to the empty bottles.  I was also fortunate to have a grab bag of Pick Your Plum goodies laying around waiting to be used.  Starbucks bottles + Pick Your Plum goodies = Starbucks Bottle Place Card Holders.
If you know me you know that I love simple crafts.  I used four Starbucks bottles, De-Solv-it [to get rid of the goo], twine, lace tape, taggies and glue. Simple.
The first thing I did was clean the bottle of the leftover residue from the sticker.  Then I added the lace tape which is self adhesive so I just peeled off the backing and put that on the rim of the bottle.  [I was trying to hid the ridges.]  I then put glue on the neck of the bottle and twirled twine over it.  Make sure you pull the twin tight to keep it purdy.
I added another piece of lace tape and name tags and bam!  Place card holders from upcycled bottles.  [I have a thing for re-using bottles.]
We are having 15 adults and 7 kids at our house for Thanksgiving this year.  Momma better get to drinking some Starbucks if I want everyone to have a place card.  [And I do.. I really do.]
I dont know if I am more excited about the place card holders or turkey.  Im leaning towards the place card holders but turkey is a close second.  
Kelley
Kelley is a work at home mom who loves making her kids laugh. She enjoys cooking, crafting, and the everyday chaos of life.
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  1. says

    Aw man what a neat idea! I love it!

    Just wanted to let you know that I'm doing a Heylee B. Boutique Giveaway! I thought you might be interested.

    xoxo
    A-

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