What you will need: wine bottles, spray paint primer and chalkboard spray paint (I used RUST-OLEUM purchased from Home Depot).
Step 1: Soak wine bottles in hot water and use soap and a scrubby sponge to remove labels and excess glue residue.
Step 2: Dry bottles thoroughly.
Step 3: In a well ventilated area (or outdoors) prime bottles with spray paint primer. Let dry.
Step 4: Once primer is dry, spray evenly with chalkboard spray paint. Let dry. For full and even coverage, spray a second coat.
You can leave them just like this, but I decided to hand paint the outline of wine labels on mine with white acrylic paint.
I displayed them in the kitchen and wrote (with chalk), "Koneman Reserve", "Penny's Pinot" and our monogram on them.
The possible uses for chalkboard spray paint are limitless - I plan on finding some inexpensive vases and bowls, chalkboard spray painting them and giving them as gifts!