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A very elegant garden light with almost no cost and very easy to make.
Check it out! After you have gathered the materials it takes about 10 minutes....
And you will enjoy it all summer long.

Step 1: What you need

Picture of What you need
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You will need:
- one plastic bottle in the same shape as shown. Here in the Netherlands they are very common with detergent or fabric softener.
- one old bicycle inner tyre, or at least 6 rings cut from a inner tyre.
- one broomstick, as long as you want.

- a pair of scissors
- a small hacksaw

- a tea light ( small candle in aluminium container)
 
Ruud van Koningsbrugge (author) 7 months ago

Made a new one for indoors with led lamp. Works perfect with electrical wire through a metal tube and a socket on top.

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dawn.tapper.17 months ago

I think these will look lovely

in the summer

maz27810 months ago
this is awesome love it..
BLR_RAVI1 year ago

beautiful to see when lit

CathyL19761 year ago
Love this, now just have to find some bottles I can use and enough old broomsticks! Lol
Nice! You always do the coolest things!
hauskat2 years ago
great idea, will have to try it
WOW! Just WOW! I think I'll try this with a solar light.
l8nite2 years ago
great upcycling !
juskruzin2 years ago
Good idea, nice and simple.
Looks like it's from a shop. Also the making of it is easy and cheap.
Skopeloscot2 years ago
Nice one Ruud! Will have some at my next BBQ here on Skopelos.
Please send me photo!
NickGriffin2 years ago
Really pretty! I might suggest using an LED flicker candle due to potential fire concerns. Nice looking and simple!
Perfect idea!
gailgates2 years ago
I love it! I am going to share your post with all my friends.
Thank you, please do!
That is so cool! That bottle was made to be that light!
nibteka2 years ago
Excelente, parabéns
breumer2 years ago
Verbazing wekkend jouw creatie`s !!! wauw jij bent lekker creatief zeg!
foobear2 years ago
gorgeous
Very elegant.
Beautiful, thanks for sharing.