New Year's Champagne

Without a bottle of champagne it is impossible to imagine any New Year's table. But in order for our champagne to be truly festive, it must be beautifully decorated. For this we will use: water-based paint, ribbons (or decorative cord), bow, napkin with a New Year's pattern, PVA glue, watercolor paints, silicone glue , scissors, a brush, a sponge and, of course, champagne itself.
 New Year's Champagne
1. We clean the bottle of champagne from the labels (this is easy to do if you place the bottle for 30-40 minutes in a container with water) and with a sponge apply white water-based paint on the surface of the bottle in several layers.
 New Year's Champagne
New Year's Champagne
2. We cut out the elements necessary for the decor from the napkin.
 New Year's Champagne
3. Using PVA glue, diluted with water, glue the elements of the napkin to the bottle.
New Year's Champagne
The napkin is very thin, so it should be done as carefully as possible. 4. We mix a small amount of watercolors with white water-based paint, to obtain the desired shade, and with the help of a sponge we tint the surface of the bottle.
 New Year's Champagne
New Year's Champagne
5. When the surface of the bottle dries out well, paint snow with white paint.
 New Year's Champagne
6. We decorate the neck of the bottle with a beautiful ribbon (cord) and a bow.
 New Year's Champagne
Fasten them to the surface with silicone glue. 7. Now our elegant bottle is ready to decorate a festive table.
 New Year's Champagne

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