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Diet Coke “It’s Mine” Bottle DIY Vase Tutorial

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Spring has Sprung here in California and I am loving all the sunshine and warm weather! What I’m also digging is all the spring decor that is popping up in stores. And if you’re like me and don’t want to spend a ton of money updating your decor, you need to check out the beautiful, fun, vibrant Diet Coke “It’s Mine” glass bottles that I found a Target! I saw the beautiful colors and uniqueness that each bottle has and instantly knew what I was going to do with them.

Coke Bottle DIY Vase Tutorial

What I love about the “It’s Mine” bottles is that no two are the same! I found 4 uniquely different bottles that would add just the right amount of beauty to my entry table. They had a very wide range of colors and designs to choose from. I of course was drawn to the pinkish/flowery ones. I picked these guys up at my local Target and they were very easy to find. What’s also great is that if you purchase four bottles from Target, you will automatically get a 10% discount taken off at the register! Score!!

At my local Target, I found the Diet Coke “It’s Mine” bottles near the cosmetics and right in front of the collectibles aisle where they have a lot of sports cards. Target also carries an exclusive 4-pack special branded carrier for these bottles. And unfortunately, these bottles are only available for a limited time!! So hurry up and get to your nearest Target so you can snag them up before they’re all gone!

Diet Coke _It's Mine_ At Target!





Now for the fun DIY portion of this post. Here’s what you’re going to need to make your gorgeous spring inspired vases.

  • Diet Coke “It’s Mine” Bottles
  • Flowers- Can be fresh or artificial. I only needed one sprig from my local craft store.
  • Scissors
  • Burlap String
  • Glue

Coke DIY Vase Tutorial

This is probably the easiest vase craft ever.

  1. Start out by gluing on the BACKSIDE of the bottle. You don’ want to see the end of the string on the front of the bottle, so make sure your gluing on the backside.
  2. Grab your burlap string and hold the end on the glue for about 5 seconds. Then, start twisting the string around the vase to cover the “grey” part of the bottle. This part showed expiration dates and what not so I figured I’d cover that part and highlight the beautiful colors underneath.
  3. Finish wrapping around till grey is covered. Then cut the string and glue the end to the BACKSIDE.
  4. If your flowers are too long or you’d like them closer to the opening of the bottle, just bend them and insert! Voila!! Beautiful, easy to make, uniquely yours vases!

Coke Bottle DIY Vase Tutorial(1)

And there you have it guys! Make sure you head to your local Target to pick up these vases and try this DIY for yourself! And check them out online here. Do you already have some of the exclusive Diet Coke “It’s Mine” Bottles? Tell us below how you up-cycled them in your own home!!

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Diet Coke It's Mine Vase Tutorial

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36 Comments

  1. I love how you cut up the flowers and separated them for each of the bottles rather than placing the entire thing into one bottle.
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    1. Thanks! I thought this was the best way to save on cash as well as not have the vases look overly crowded. Turned out pretty nice πŸ™‚

  2. I LOVE that you added the twine to the mouth! I think it adds just the perfect something!
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    1. Thank you!! I love twine and knew I wanted to incorporate it into this DIY and I think it turned out nice!

  3. This is awesome and fun to do. Very creative! Good job on this πŸ™‚

  4. Hurray for spring! It’s arrived over here in East Texas, too, and I’m loving it! These bottles are gorgeous and add such a fun touch to your beautiful display.

  5. You are so creative! These looks so pretty!

  6. Super cute idea. And I LOVE your photo styling!
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  7. Super cute idea. Now if only I drank coke. πŸ™‚

  8. These are suprisingly pretty and now I want to go out and buy a bunch of coke bottles so I can remake them! I don’t know if we have these in Canada though – I’ll have to take a look!

  9. OMG thpse are so cute!! Love them

  10. Those Coke bottles are so cute! You did repurposed them to make attractive flower vases. I will also have to think of other ways to make use of those Coke bottles.

  11. That is so crafty and cute! I will need inspiration from you when we move to our next apartment!

  12. I’d love to keep a few of these as collectibles. I just know my kids and wife would love them too.
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  13. Edwin Lao

    I love what you did here. My father usually half cuts liters of Gatorade to make use as flower base here in our home. I would love to share this brilliant idea.

  14. I love these! My mom collects old vintage coke bottles so this would be perfect. Thank you!
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    1. I love the vintage bottles too!

  15. Pretty! I love the burlap string. What a perfect decor for this upcoming season πŸ™‚

    1. Thank you! Yes, the burlap is very feminine and “in” right now.

  16. What a great DIY! I just bought four of these cute Diet Coke bottles and I am going to try this out.

    1. Yay! Have fun πŸ™‚

  17. oh these are so creative love your idea

  18. Oh wow I love the bottles! It’s so kitchy and really cute. How dainty.

    1. The are dainty aren’t they?! I like feminine decor and these just fit in so perfectly with that.

  19. Lexie Lane

    This is so creative and beautiful! Wanna try it. Thanks for sharing.

  20. I love your coke bottle idea it looks very retro and I am living for its glory!

  21. Elizabeth O.

    Love the unique designs of each bottle! It’s really pleasing to the eyes. Thanks for the awesome idea too, I’d love to try that.

    1. I see them every day filled with pretty flowers and it just makes me smile. They are beautiful bottles!!

  22. Like the way you dress up pretty coke bottle. I would not threw them away thats for sharing.
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  23. Those bottles are so pretty, I would hate to throw them away too! What a great way to recycle them!

  24. Aren’t those pretty bottles?

  25. that’s so pretty and colorful. I love it!

  26. Love those bottles. I would save them as they are so pretty.

    1. They really are pretty, and so unique. Every single one is different!

  27. Robin Rue (@massholemommy)

    Oh how cute they are. What a clever idea!

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