How to Make a Green + Gold Chevron Bar Set
With St. Patrick’s Day on the horizon, we can’t help but turn our attention to all things green! And since we happen to be upgrading our bar setup these days, why not make a green and gold chevron bar?
– white tray
– white ice bucket
– green bottles of various sizes
– green spray paint
– gold spray paint
– painter’s tape
We used a combination of recycled wine, beer, water, and Jagermeister bottles along with a tray and ice bucket found on Amazon.
First, the ice bucket. Tape stripes vertically around your bucket and create a chevron pattern in between each stripe. To protect the inside, slip the lid in a ziploc bag and tape to the top of your bucket.
Be sure to spray paint outside or in a well-ventilated area.
Voila! Perfect for a can or two of Guinness.
The process for the tray is pretty similar. Create a chevron pattern using painter’s tape. You could also do stripes, checkers, or anything you like.
Spray paint green.
And revel in those clean green lines.
Last, we’ve got bottle bud vases. We’ve made similar ones before, but this time we’re taking advantage of the green hue all of these bottles share. Tape ’em up any way you like. We created a couple chevron ones as well as a dipped one and some other more abstract designs.
Spray paint gold, and let dry for 15 minutes.
And now you’ve got a whole scene!! How fun is that?
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