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How to make a fun & simple Halloween lamp from a 2 liter soda bottle.
MaterialsOne 2 liter plastic soda bottleOne window candle light - plug in or battery operatedColored spider webbing or battingsmall lamp shadeBlack sp...
CAREFULLY, cut the top of the bottle off, just below the threads. Next, using the Dremel tool, cut the bottom following the contours of the bottle.
Make sure to put your heavy work gloves on before doing this step! The plastic gets VERY HOTUsing the heat gun, start heating the plastic until it sta...
Cut a face into the tree using the Dremel tool. Make a small slit on both sides of the tree with an Xacto knife for the branches.Take a flat piece of...
Spray paint the tree & limbs with black spray paint. Once it is painted & dry you will not be able to notice the facial features very well, so I took...
Remove the light bulb from the window candle and Insert it up through the bottom until it come up to the edge of the top. Screw a colored bulb back i...
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