on Aug 13, 2013:
I don't know if this will help you or not. Worked for me tho! :)http://www.facebook.com/notes/kristi-hill-kunard/cutting-a-glass-bottle/10150553216092517
on Aug 12, 2013:
How do you cut the bottom off?
on Nov 02, 2012:
I have saved all my LIMU bottles before the went to plastic. Thx so much.
on Jun 09, 2012:
if the candle keeps going out - drill a few small holes in the glass and it will allow extra oxygen to keep the candle burning bright
on Jun 05, 2012:
I have cut the bottom off several wine bottles and have a display on my outside bar. It's a beautiful sight at night! Yes, I have had problems with some candles not staying lit but it has nothing to do with lack of oxygen - I found it's the quality of the candle. I will not buy the one's from Dollar Tree or Dollar Store anymore. The one's they sell at Hobby Lobby seem to work best. As a matter of fact, my display has 6 different bottles on it (different sizes/shapes/colors). Two of the candles came from Hobby Lobby & I'm still using them - the others have been replaced numerous times. TeaLight candles didn't stay lit either.
on Apr 25, 2012:
So, I have cut the bottoms off a few wine bottles and I find that there is not enough oxygen to keep the flame burning. Does anyone know the secret?
on Oct 26, 2011:
Anon@ THANK YOU!!! I fixed the link.
on Oct 25, 2011:
http://thepamperedkitchen.blogspot.com/2010/12/holiday-centerpieces.html has been changed to http://stellerkitchen.blogspot.com/2010/12/holiday-centerpieces.html
on Oct 13, 2011:
The link is dead - did you use the mini lights that use the batteries?
on Sep 15, 2011:
What kind of lights did you use? I didn't notice anything plugged in?
on Sep 07, 2011:
Love these but the tutorial on the last one is no longer available. Do you remember how it's done? I don't want to end up with 'tacky'!
on Feb 28, 2011:
Well thank you so very much Maven! I've been saving hubby's wine bottles all winter with plans to make the garden torch, but now I have many more, much easier ideas to use them for.
on Feb 25, 2011:
I happen upon curbly on my way through a long journey through ikeahackers. Saw comments there about bottle cutting, leading to this video.
It's not about how you cut/score the bottle, it's how you heat it.
on Feb 25, 2011:
What a wonderful idea, especially the top two. I'm headed to my buildling's recycle room to see if I can find some empty bottles.