DIY Spooky Potion Bottles for Halloween

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This post is part of a Halloween Craft Challenge sponsored by Pro World. We received vinyl samples to use as inspiration for this project. No compensation was received. All opinions are 100% our own.

DIY Spooky Potion Bottles for Halloween Party

Last week we were cruising the dollar store aisles while Lily had dance class and lo and behold, I saw the coolest glass bottles. These bottles were just begging to be turned into some sort of spooky project for Halloween! I thought the bottles would look really neat sitting on a shelf as decor, and then I decided they would look even COOLER if incorporated into the party menu!

The possibilities are really endless when it comes to color options and flavors. I want to share with what we ended up using!

Juice and Bottles

We used: 

  • 2 clear glass bottles from the dollar store
  • black vinyl sent to us from Pro World
  • green juice
  • red juice

How to make:

1. I designed two sets of text in Silhouette Studio.  I used “Addams” font to write “Poison Apple Potion” and “Double Feature” font to write “Monster Slime.”

2. I cut each of these pieces of text from the roll of black vinyl on my Silhouette.

Halloween Vinyl

3. I wiped down each bottle with rubbing alcohol and then used contact paper to transfer one design onto each bottle.

Spooky Bottles for Halloween

4. Using a funnel, I filled each bottle with juice and the results were so fantastic!

Halloween Potion Bottles



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