Incense Holder From a Lipton Green Tea Bottle

Introduction: Incense Holder From a Lipton Green Tea Bottle

I was wondering what to with all the plastic bottles I've collected. I passed by my kitchen last night when the smell of incense hit me. After that I came up with the idea of making an Incense holder from a plastic bottle.

So heres second simple Instructable.

Hope everyone enjoys it!

Step 1: Get the Materials

Lipton Green Tea Plastic Bottle
Swiss Army knife or X-acto
Gorilla Super Glue or Glue gun
Swiss Army cork screw or small nail

Step 2: Get to Cutting

First cut out a rectangle in the center of the bottle.
length 4 inches
width 2 inches

After you cut out the rectangle you can cut an inch more from the bottle.

Step 3: Make a Hole

Poke a small hole for the incense in the center below the rectangle.

I used a lighter to heat the cork screw (you can use a small nail if you want).

Step 4: Get to Gluing

A glue gun would be best but i used Gorilla Super Glue.
Get the rectangle base then paste it on the bottle.

Like this!

Step 5: Let the Glue Dry Then Flip!

Green Tea Plastic Bottle = Simple Incense holder

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    2 years ago

    Cute concept, but hot ashes dropping onto plastic bottle? Not safe!


    8 years ago

    I need this.


    12 years ago on Introduction

    seems like so much work for an incence holder. the bottle is better off going to recycling bin then having on a table looking like you just leave trash around in your house. just get  a bowl or cup fill it with sand or salt and stick the incence in it works and look better.