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Guilt ridden by the senseless destruction of these beautiful creatures, I’ve created this lamp as a memorial for all of the candy crazed destruction of my youth.  

Made mainly out of soda bottles and hot glue, this provides a festive alternative to the normal luminary selection.

Step 1: Stuff You'll Need

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• 3 – 1 liter soda bottles (empty & rinsed)
• 2 – 20 ounce soda bottles (empty & rinsed)
• 1 – short strand of white Christmas lights
• Hot glue gun & about 60 hot glue sticks
• 4 rolls clear tape
• Transparent glass paint in varying colors & paintbrush
• Cutting instruments (Scissors, Xacto blade, hack saw with thin blade, or whatever works for you)
I love it!!!!!! <3
foobear2 years ago
bajablue2 years ago
I'm in love , Love, LOVE with this Pinata Lamp!!!

Excellent work!!!

scoochmaroo2 years ago
Oh my gosh, I love this so much! Is there a smell when it's lit? Or danger of it melting?
beesybot (author)  scoochmaroo2 years ago
Thanks for checking out my post! Nope, there is no smell when the lamp is lit and I used a low temperature christmas light - so even in the enclosure of the lamp it never gets hot enough to melt or warp the plastic.