Step 1: Gathering the Materials
Enough empty bottles of your preferred color to make your desired sized table (I used 27 greens)
Strong glue or epoxy (I used Amazing Goop because it was on hand)
Flat surface to make a nice level base upon (I also laid down a sheet of cardboard for glue drips)
Tabletop of some sort, be creative (I used an 18" diameter piece of wood...lame)
A sink with running water and a stopper
Step 2: Decision Time/Build the Base
Start out by laying out the bottles designated for the base to how you would like them to be arranged in the end. Begin the construction by applying a generous amount of adhesive to one bottle and press it against a second bottle so that the bottoms are nice and flat. Continue assembling the base into whatever shape you desire, but keep in mind that after the first two bottles are together, you will have to continually check that your joints are where they should be. You don't want to finish a row of bottles to find that your straight line has become an 'S.' Allow the base ample time to dry before moving onto the next step.
Step 3: Second Level
Set your loose bottles into the base to find out if your concept will work before assembling. Once you have tested it, begin attaching the bottles to one another on your flat surface just like you did with the base. After this level is nice and dry, flip it upside down and place it into the base. No need to glue the two pieces together as it should be very stable and being able to take these heavy things apart makes them so much easier to move long distances.
At this point you could slap some sort of top on the second level and make a pretty sweet little stool, but we're here to make tables, so on to step four...
Step 4: More Levels and the Top
When the top is applied tightly you have technically completed a sturdy yet not-quite-awesome-enough table. Let's check out step five for some more ideas.
Step 5: Add Some Style
All in all the end product is up to you. I'd love to hear your ideas. Let me know what you think. I hope you enjoyed my first instructable. Thanks for taking a look.