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

For more ideas, scroll through our entire collection of Party Favors.


What you need


How to do it

Part 1

nail polish bottle bubbly party favors tracing circle
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.)

nail polish bottle bubbly party favors cutting out circle
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.

nail polish bottle bubbly party favors assemble fold
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.

nail polish bottle bubbly party favors lettering
Step 7

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

nail polish bottle party favors
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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