Recycle Empty Bottles Into Awesome Lamps



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How To Recycle Empty Bottles Into Awesome Lamps

Who doesn’t have some empty bottles? We have shared you many different ways to recycle used bottles, such as how to up-cycle beer bottles into mugs, how to make cute wind chimes with wine bottles, and how to make pretty glass bottle vases. But the next project is one of the most fantastic I have seen. We will show you how to recycle empty bottles into awesome decorative lamps. It is a super simple project, but the visual impact is absolutely spectacular.

The idea is that once you opened a wine bottle, save the corks for later. You can create a wonderful lamp by reusing the wine bottle and attaching a LED light to the cork. Place the LED cork light inside the cleaned wine bottle to make the lamp. Use a rechargeable LED light so that you can use it again and again.

Better yet, there are cork shaped rechargeable LET lights available here. Just put them into your bottles, and your wonderful lamps are ready to go. Be sure to watch the simple video tutorial.

 

Cork Shaped Rechargeable LED Light (Available Here)

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These DIY lamps have very soft and pleasant lights that will set a romantic and relaxing atmosphere in your room. This easy DIY project is also a great idea for those who are running a bar or restaurant and looking for decorative ideas that will set style and personality to the place.  And you can use different types of bottles too. Get creative!How To Recycle Empty Bottles Into Awesome Lamps 2 How To Recycle Empty Bottles Into Awesome Lamps 3

Cork Shaped Rechargeable LED Light (Available Here)

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