We all want to leave a personal touch while decorating our homes. Gone are the days of buying trendy showpieces and art works to give your house a new look. Now the age has come to infuse your creativity, even a single piece of work, and when it comes to decorating your home atmosphere, you have ample options. DIY bottle lamps can add an aesthetic touch to your surrounding environment. For this, you no need to expense much as you can recycle used battles that give your house a stunning look.
5 Best Ideas Of Making DIY Bottle Lamps Are Given
DIY Wine Bottle Lamp
You may think empty wine bottles are of no use and you just throw them off. But, these bottles can offer awesome ideas to rejuvenate your home décor. DIY wine bottle lamps beautify your surroundings by offering a vintage look. To make this lamp, you need an empty wine bottle, a drill, 1/2″ glass drill bit and a short strand of light. Put a masking tape on the bottle where you want to drill; this makes your drilling process easier. Drill the area of the bottle very carefully, by taking safety measures (gloves and safety glasses). Once you make the hole, rinse the bottle and let it dry. Then, carefully feed in the short strand of light. Illuminate the lamp of joy.
Bottle Tiki Torch
The lamp can turn your boring outdoor into a perfect romantic setting. Bottle tiki torch is mainly designed for your outdoor environment. You need an empty wine bottle, Teflon tape, copper coupling, tiki replacement wicks and torch fuel. Tightly wrap the 1/2″ end of coupling with Teflon tape. Put the wicks into coupling about 1/4”. Use the funnel to pure torch oil in it. Place the coupling and wicks into the bottle. Blow out the light.
Cork-Filled Bottle Lamp
The lamp definitely conveys an artistic touch that illuminates your home environment beautifully. A little bit of creativity you need to put in while making the lamp that drives out the darkness and fills the air with peace. For this lamp, you need a large bottle or a jug, bottle lamp kit, glass drill bit, a lampshade, and a head screw driver. Drill the hole of the bottle; you can use a masking tape. Put the cord into the bottle and fill the inside of it with cork or sand. Wrap the cord with materials like jute or something. Attach the bottle lamp kit and your luminary is ready to glow.
Luminous Leaf Jar
When you kindle the lamp, it gives you a soothing autumn mood. To make this fantastic leaf jar, you need collect leaves in different shapes. You can also use dried herbs and flowers as well. Cut tissue paper in a match box sizes in a way that pieces cover the jar with two layers. You need adhesive to glue the torn tissue papers with the wall of the jar and then attach the leaves onto the first layer and cover them with torn tissue papers to make the final layering. Once you complete the covering, put the light in it.
Plastic Bottle Lamp
Recycling plastic bottles is a daunting task, but you can make an art out of it. The plastic bottle lamp can add an innovative touch to your decoration. To make this lamp, you need to cut the bottom of bottles. Then decorate the trimmed bottles nicely with vinyl or contact paper. You need to spray the bottles with frosting spray (make sure that the spray compatible with plastics). Drill holes in caps and screw them to the top of the bottles. Use battery operated tea lights for this, because plastic can melt with the heat of candles and other lamps. Use mounting removable poster putty and attach it to a bottom of the lights. Place your lamps upside down and let them to spell a party mood around you.