How to Hang Bottles From Your Ceiling

Introduction: How to Hang Bottles From Your Ceiling

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I am going to show you how to hang bottles from your ceiling.

Things Needed-
Bottle
Bottle cap
Steak knife
Thumb tack
String/yarn

Step 1: The Bottle

First you will need a bottle with a bottle cap on it. The bottle can be empty or full.

Step 2: Hole in the Bottle Cap

Next you will need a steak knife to put a hole in the bottle cap.

Step 3: String in the Hole

Next you will need to put the string into the hole in the bottle cap. This can be one of the hardest parts.

Step 4: The Thumb Tack

Next you will need a thumb tack and string/yarn. Tie the string/yarn around the thumb tack.

Step 5: Put the Bottle Cap On

Next you just simpely need to put the bottle cap on the bottle.

Step 6: Hang It Up

Last put the thumb tack into the ceiling and hopefully the bottle will not fall to the gruond.

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    25 Discussions

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    LadyOfSighs
    LadyOfSighs

    10 years ago on Introduction

    No offense meant, but why on earth would you want to hang bottles from your ceiling?

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    JohnJY
    JohnJY

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

     Same reason I hang cans, to be stupid, OR you could put LEDs in it to make neat lights, try sand papering the outside to make it "frosty", then put lights in it. 

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    winneremerald12
    winneremerald12

    1 year ago

    “Hopefully the bottle will not fall to the ground” I am!

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    patmac
    patmac

    11 years ago on Introduction

    I think this is a good idea. I will make several of them to hang at different heights and put a little battery run candle at the bottom. I think it would be great for a deck party.

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    killerjackalope

    A little simple but well explained, you really need better pictures though, use more light, turn off the time and date stamp and try to get it from angles with as little stuff around it to help the photos look better...

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    killerjackalope
    killerjackalope

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    They are very dingy and dark, that's all I'm saying, it's called constructive criticism, you want to have a bad 'ible, fine by me.

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    LHYellowJackets4
    LHYellowJackets4

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    I dont think there that dark just like a little bit dark. Maybe your computer screen is the thing thats dark.

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    tomonto
    tomonto

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    it is confirmed the general consensus is, they are too dark, so let it die.

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    LHYellowJackets4
    LHYellowJackets4

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Dude! I know that they are dark but my screen is very bright thats why the pictures apeared to be light to me. You people need to stop leaving comments that say there to dark or I get offended real easy start leaving comments about what you think of this project.

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    tomonto
    tomonto

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    i said let it die as in, nobody cares anymore and nobody will post anything about that anymore......(and you posted about it, again)

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    killerjackalope
    killerjackalope

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    There's no arguing that they aren't. My screen is fine, I see everything else normally, I'm pointing something out to help you, why you keep arguing the point is beyond me.

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    LHYellowJackets4
    LHYellowJackets4

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    O.K. but I would only say that about three of the pictures are dark but the other three are just fine.

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    reedz
    reedz

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Umm, here is my take. If someone else who didn't make the instructable tries to give advice about how to improve it, just take the advice or leave it. kllerjackalope wasn't trying to offend you or anything like that. If you think he is wrong then just nod your head and ignore him.

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    aliceownsj00
    aliceownsj00

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    lol I agree, a tad bit on the defensive about a small comment on the pictures. and they are a bit dark, and my screen is pretty bright.

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    bumpus
    bumpus

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    I mean, you want to benefit yourself, listen to the community, the most of them will happily point out things you could improve on, like your photos, I agree entirely with what Killerjackalope said...

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    goldendeath4
    goldendeath4

    11 years ago on Introduction

    I dont think LHYellowJackets4 is the one who got offended. I think Killerjackalope got offended. First Killerwhater was saying blah blah blah then he said the pictures were dark then LHYellowJackets4 said I dont think there very dark then Killerwhater got mad and said blah blah blah but if you want to have a badible fine by me. LHyellowJackets4 never really got offended

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    kreationism
    kreationism

    11 years ago on Introduction

    wow...you get offended uber easy. he was just trying to help. if you don't think they are dark, fine...but possibly consider a lighter background than dark carpet. also, the time stamp is a bit distracting/annoying. we are not putting down your instructable in any way..it's well put together. we are merely giving you constructive criticism for your next 'ible.