Pop the bubbly! Or, in this case, polish. These bottles are gift-wrapped to look reminiscent of Champagne, making them a stylish souvenir.

Updated April 17, 2018
Read step by step instructions after the video.

This idea comes from out contributor Anusha Rajeswaran. Her designs are inspired by the svelte bottles of Moët & Chandon, one of the world's most celebrated Champagnes, and particularly, the Rosé Impérial which is a soft rose-petal pink. We love the idea of a party favor that all guests will love, non-drinkers included. "This nail polish turned mini champagne bottle is a chic and celebratory gift for spa parties, holidays, and baby showers." An extra-special touch? Present the bottles amidst an overpour of sparkling faux gems in a silver bucket. 

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What you need


How to do it

Part 1

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Step 1

Trace a 5-inch circle onto two layers of tissue paper. (Tip: In lieu of a compass drawing tool or paper template, you can use the lid of a box, wide mouth jar, or other circular container to trace a perfect circle.)

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Step 2

Cut layered circles out with scissors.

Step 3

Cut a 10-inch length of silver raffia and set aside.

Step 4

Attach tissue paper to the top of a nail polish bottle with a dab a drop of hot glue.

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Step 5

Fold down one side of the tissue paper into a flat pleated crease; holding it in place with your finger, fold the other side.

Step 6

Tie the silver raffia into a bow around the neck of the bottle.

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Step 7

Adhere black letter stickers to the bottle to spell out "Moët."

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Step 8

Optional: For presentation, fill a bucket with clear acrylic gems and nestle in a few packaged nail polish bottles.


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