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Turning a wine bottle in to a night light is a fun project to do. It is easy and affordable and can be completed in a short period ...
Items you will need for this project: 1. Drill 2. Glass drill bit. 3. White vineager or rubbing alcohol. 4. Dust free rag. 5. Acrylic enamel paint. 6. ...
Use your drill and the glass bit to drill a 1/4" hole toward the bottom of the bottle.
Use your rubbin alchol or white wine vineager and dust free rag to clean off your bottle.
At this time you will need to choose your paint colors. Place a little of each color on to your glass plate.
At this time start with your first color. Dip your tool in to the paint and apply to the glass in a straight pounce method. Slowly remove the ...
Continue applying the paint until you have used all of the colors on your plate.
Allow your piece to air dry for one hour. Place the bottle in a cool oven. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Your piece should be allowed to ...
Start at the opposite end from the plug. Place one light bulb at a time through the hole at the bottom of the bottle. I recommend holding the ...
Once all of the lights have been installed you can either leave the hole open where the cord is coming out, or place a rubber ring around the ...
Plug in the lights and give it a try.
Now it is time to complete the night light by adding the lampshade to your bottle. You may either add it directly to the glass part of the ...
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