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Transformations are great!!! In this case a simple recycled brick can become a light or a river rock can become a candle holder!!! Lots of possibilities from found ...
Tool wise you will need a diamond cutter. I used a 10 inch wet saw with a continuous blade since it was only a brick. Cutting concrete or ...
Coring the stone or brick in will create a chimney for the heat if using candle or a light path if using a bulb. Drill almost to the ...
Cut the brick in equal segments allowing for a thick base. I cut 5 segments off of the top and left the rest intact.
cut spacer sections from a second piece of material. In this case a second brick. The pieces are to be used to let the light through the material. ...
Insert and test the electrical connections to the light.
The cut brick now needs to be reassembled withe spacers that were cut in the previous step. I used 5 minute epoxy for attachment. Place a spacer using ...
The light will work as intended. Be it a candle or electrical... Brick or granite... Bricks and stones will light the homes of all that that choose to ...
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