Get more DIY recipes by picking up Message Bottles in Animal Crossing: New Horizons (ACNH). If you want to learn how often message bottles appear, as well as how you can get multiple bottles in a day, please read on!
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You can find message bottles twice a day. Check for one along the beach in the morning, and one again at night.
|Ways to Get Multiple Message Bottles|
Every time you log into the game, make it a habit to check the beach. You should be able to get 2 message bottles at most each day, since one spawns in the morning and one at night.
If you cannot wait for time to pass, you can skip time.
If you're going around the beach, you can lend a hand to Gulliver when he is also on your island by looking for his communicator parts. Get a DIY recipe, and get a reward from Gulliver after helping him.
Once helping Gulliver for 30 times, you can get a DIY recipe for a Golden Shovel.
Gulliver the Seagull | Gulliver's Communicator Parts
Sometimes, you can find message bottles on Mystery Island Tours. It is not guaranteed that you will get a message in a bottle every time, but it is worth a try if you have extra Nook Miles Tickets.
Also, take note that recipes you get on tours are the same as the ones you get on your own island.
Another way to get more bottles is to add more players to the game. Even if the first player gets a message bottle, other players can also get their own message bottles at the beach at that time.
You can get basically any DIY recipes available in the game from message bottles, excluding seasonal items which can be obtained from balloon presents.
If you would like to see the list of all DIY items, check out this page!
Upon starting the game, one of the first recipes you can get is a mirror or vanity recipe, which is required for you to change your look.
|Availability||April 1, 2020 @5:00 AM ~ April 12|
During the Bunny Day event, egg message bottles can also appear on your beach which contain DIY recipes for Bunny Day items.
During this time, regular message bottles will still appear.
A message in a bottle is an item that washes up on your beach, like shells. You can pick them up and read the letter written by a villager, and a DIY recipe will be available for you to learn.
Our team has confirmed that the type of recipe you can get in message bottles depends on the personality of the villager who wrote the letter.
In older Animal Crossing games, you could write a message in a bottle like letters, and friends can see them washed up on their beach.
However, in New Horizons, you currently cannot send message bottles to other players.
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the bottle should have a time interval
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