this is such a fantastic idea! i love it!
I love this idea - they are beautiful. I wonder if you could melt a hole into the side of the bottle?
Gorgeous warm amber glow. Wouldn't it look amazing with lots and lots of vintage glass bottles,along a mantelpiece, all those muted greens,blues and ambers. Lula@GoldenAfternoonTeaRoom.Pop by for some tea! I just posted some fab vintage wedding dresses I can't stop drooling over, sure you will love them!
That's a great idea Lula, wish I had more vintage bottles hanging around! I was also wondering about melting a hole in the side but not sure how easy that would be to do. Might have to enlist the brains of my better half on this one as I think he's better suited to melting glass than me!
I have no clue how to create the hole, but I love the idea! It reminds me of bubbling champagne...
If I could just rig some of these up my drive way as lanterns. Great idea for holiday entertaining . . .
oh i want to make a few bottles for my studio!no idea how to get the whole into the bottle, though.
If I could ever figure out how to make these I most definitely would! They are beautiful.
brilliant! strangely romantic... i like it. i have TONS of bottles. thanks for this.
Beautiful! Would a "delicate" hand drill work?!
I think drilling a hole is the only way so probably you're right a 'delicate' one might work!
Here is how to drill a hole in the bottle: http://www.ehow.com/how_4531690_drill-hole-glass-bottle.html a simple google search did the trick!
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