Parties are one of the few times I let my kids have soda because I’m a mean mom. Sort of. Mainly, Baby B is still awful about brushing her teeth, so why coat them more with soda?
Anyway, I love using colored sodas or milk in my parties just because of the color they bring to the table. So today, I want to show you how EASY it is to dress up your Halloween Party soda bottles.
- Soda bottles or water bottles or milk bottles
- Removable black vinyl sheets – I use these from Amazon
- Scissors or Silhouette Cameo
1 – Peel or soak the label off your bottles. This is Stewart’s Orange Cream. Orange Crush is a good choice, and I also use Jones and Izze sodas pretty frequently.
2 – Either cut by hand or use your Silhouette Cameo to cut out pumpkin faces from the black vinyl. Make the faces about 3 inches tall overall. I made my faces all the same, but you could make a different one for each bottle.
3 – Peel the backing off the vinyl and apply the face to your bottle.
And that’s it: super simple! Here’s how it looked on the party table. (To see the whole Pumpkin Decorating Party, go here.)
Here are some other parties where I’ve dressed up bottles in one way or another — you’ll also get some ideas of how to attach straws to bottles:
- Country Music Karaoke Party – lace and burlap wrapped mason jars
- Dress Up Party – printables wrapped soda bottles
- Favorite Things Party – printables wrapped soda bottles
- Gardening Party – printables wrapped plastic soda bottles
- Nancy Drew Mystery Party – printables wrapped short water bottles
- Night Owl Sleepover Party – printables wrapped plastic soda bottles
- Puppy Adoption Party – DIY dog print wrapped soda bottles
- Sweet Heart Valentine’s Party – printables wrapped soda bottles
- Brown Paper Packages Party – packing tape and baker’s twine wrapped soda bottles
- Valentine’s Teddy Bear Bar Cart – DIY story book printables wrapped soda bottles
- Shabby Chic Easter Party – fabric wrapped soda bottles
- Home of the Brave Party – printables wrapped plastic soda bottles
- 4th of July Party – printables wrapped iced tea
- UGA Tailgating Party – duck tape wrapped soda bottles
- Zombie Princess Party – Creepy cloth and zombie eyeball wrapped soda bottles
- Charlie Brown Halloween Party – DIY electrical tape ghost milk bottles
- Letters to Santa Party – see how to use Starbuck’s Frappuccino bottles — and the lids — for a spill-free party
- New Year’s Eve Block Party – silver garland and rhinestone bling Frappuccino bottles