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This is an adaptation of the many other oillamps shown on here or you can leave off the lid and put a candle in the jar or even a small plant
Your going to need, a jar with a lid wire, Im using floral wire here but you can use electrical wire something to cut the wire A wick ( I took on...
You will need 3 or 4 pieces of wire around 30" long, I doubled up the floral wire for strenght and to add a little something to the finished product.....
repeat the above step 3 or 4 times depending on how many wires you want your lamp to hang from
Now connect the wires at the top, making sure the lamp will hang level, add another short piece as a loop to hang from
Drill or cut a hole in the lid to fit your wick
cut your wick to lenght and insert in the lamp, fill the jar with oil and let the wick soak for an hour or so
Find a place in a tree or other location to hang your lamp and enjoy
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