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DIY Rosemary & Olive Oil Wedding Favor Bottles

Updated: Oct 21, 2021

I am coming up on my 20th anniversary, so I got a little bug in my ear to make some wedding favors, but made from upcycled materials or items from my garden, plus make it useful!

This post also contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links. Various companies provided me with some product to create this project. The opinions I share are solely my own.

Check out the video to see how I made these yummy bottles!

I gathered my supplies - Gwen Studios Ribbons, Styletechcraft Vinyl, mini wine bottles, Cricut Maker, Oilive Oil, Rosemary, Xyron Hot Glue Pen, Scissors (full list of products uses is at the bottom of the post).

I used some mini wine bottles I got from an advent calendar last year. I washed them and pulled the labels off in soapy water.

I also cut some fresh rosemary from my backyard, but you can use store bought if you cannot grow your own.

A good olive oil is key, and a funnel makes for easy application in the bottles.

Now it is time to decorate the bottles! I made a logo file in Canva and cut it on the StyleTechCraft luster vinyl in gold and silver on my Cricut. I backed it on circles made of white card stock and made little labels.

I painted the screw caps to the bottles and then covered them in Gwen Studios in one of the Coral Ribbons with Rhinestone Trim with my Xyron Hot Glue Pen. I then added different types of Gwen Studios Coral ribbons, Rhinestone trims, and laces to decorate the centers of the bottles, each bottle a little different.

Last, I glued on the vinyl logo to the font to complete the look.

You can change out so many things on and in these bottles to personalise them for your wedding favors. Change out the colors, logo on the front, size of the bottles, shapes of the bottles, flavor of the oil, etc. Sky's the limit on what you can create!

Interested in the supplies I used in this project? Most are listed below and some are affiliate links, which generates a me little commission (at not extra cost to you at all) when you click on the link and make a purchase.


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