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Santa Fest Bottle Light by Patty

Patty has sent us her latest bottle lamp project that offers a nice red glow for the season.

This Santa Fest bottle from the Black Mesa Winery has the perfect label on it for the holidays. The Black Mesa Winery has an interesting line of wines and history. From the Winery’s website:

Black Mesa Winery began producing wines in 1992 as the result of a long time dream of Dr. Gerhard and Connie Anderson.  In 2000, Jerry and Lynda Burd purchased the winery and have carried on and expanded that dream to produce over 25 wines from grapes grown in northern and southern New Mexico.  All wines produced are from New Mexico grapes.  When asked about the large choice in wines in the Tasting Room, Jerry says, “I can’t make up my mind.  I have a palate that enjoys many different wines and styles of wines and so do our customers.”

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Patty’s bottle is made up of red LED lights and red tinsel. The Santa head figurine used as a wine stopper is perfectly paired with the bottle.

We would like to thank Patty for sending us her bottle lamp project. Be sure to let her know what you think about it in the comment section below!


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