It is easy and inexpensive to create your bottle of Love Potion for your special Valentine. I bought a heart-shaped bottle at the craft store for a dollar and transformed it into an aged bottle of potent elixir that is sure to make the heart flutter at least it when if you fill it with their favorite candy.
Click here to download a free Love Potion Text printout.
Here is another version of a DIY Valentine’s Day bottle art gift idea. This beautiful bottle can be filled with tasty treats or fairy lights.
Click here for step-by-step instructions on how to make the beautiful Valentine’s Day bottle art gift.
Materials for the Loved Potion Bottle
- Download Love Potion Text
- Heart Shaped Glass Bottle with Cork
- Acrylic Paint in Gold Bronze Red and Black
- Cream or Beige Colored Paper
- Heart and Bead Accessories (I used an old earring and necklace pendant)
- Natural Sponge
- Favorite Red Candy
- Glue Gun
- Craft Glue
Instructions for the Love Potion Bottle
1 . Pour some paint onto a paper plate. Use all of your colors.
2. Dip your sponge into the paint and start sponging theÂ bottleÂ Use heavier paint on the base and top of the bottle and lightly add paint around the edges. The easiest way to do this is to dab it on a newspaper to remove some of the paint before applying to the areas you want it to look faded.
3. Apply a small amount of craft glue around the base bottle.
4. Wrap the twine around the base of the bottle about 3 or 4 times, depending on how you want it to look.
5. Apply glue around the neck of the bottle and wrap the twine around, leaving about 2 inches on each end for tails.
6. Thread the heart pendant onto one side of the tails and tie in a double knot. Trim the ends to matching lengths.
7. Print out a the Love Potion label in a old style font on the piece of beige paper. Make sure it is the size to fit the front of the bottle. I used a brown font color to make it look old.
8. Hand tear the edges of the paper to the correct size.
9. Using the natural sponge, dab bronze and gold paint on the label and black on the edges to antique the paper.
10. Attach to the the label to the bottle with craft glue.
12. Dig a hole into the center top of the Â cork to add the metal accent.
13. Attach the accent with your glue gun.
14. Fill with your favorite candy and get ready for the fireworks!