Water Bottle Craft: Valentine’s Day

Water Bottle Craft

Water Bottle Craft


  I was recently working with a group of bloggers and one of them had the cutest Water Bottle Craft.  She did a Fun Mail in Birthday Party Bottle.  She created the coolest gift using a water bottle as the vessel to mail her birthday gift. I was so impressed by her creativity and her ability to create something so special with a water bottle that I decided I wanted to do a whole series of Water Bottle Crafts.

I know that Valentine’s day happens to be my favorite holiday. I frankly enjoy making people feel special and letting them know I love them. I thought this was the perfect way to deliver Valentine’s day gifts to my nieces so I let my children help me pick out items to send them.

Water Bottle Craft Instructions:

  1.  Drink some water or another beverage in a plastic container
  2. Wash it out and remove the label
  3. Find items that will fit in your bottle based on your theme
  4. Place items in the bottle
  5. Close the bottle by screwing on the cap
  6. Then you will need to create a label
  7. Secure the label with duck tape
  8. Head to the post office
  9. Mail your gift

Water Bottle Craft Content:


I put in lip gloss, hair clips, socks, neck laces, candy, stickers, pencils and hearts , and a valentine of course! I am so excited because we will have tons of unique ideas to make water bottle crafts. I know this will be the best Valentine my niece will receive.

What are some other items that you can think of that would fit in a plastic bottle?

Check out all our water bottle crafts on our water bottle craft page. Don’t forget to pin this post for me, please! :)

Topic: Water Bottle Craft


  1. says

    What a great project to do with the kids and even for a teacher to do in the class room. Thank you for sharing it on our Four Seasons Blog Hop. Pinning now.

  2. Cynthia says

    This is such a cute idea. I love how easily customizable it is! Thanks for linking to the In and Out of the Kitchen Link Party. Hope to see you next week.

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