Recycled Bottle Lamps – Instructions, Project Ideas And Inspirations
The Recycled Bottle Lamps book is perfect if you are looking to start the year off with a new hobby then look no further.
Imagine crafting uniquely designed pieces that not only make great conversation pieces put also help save the planet! If this sounds too good to be true then let me introduce you to the Bottle-Lamp Community’s DIY book: Recycled Bottle Lamps. Seventy pages of helpful instructions and tips combined with a colorful inspirational section that will have you up and running in a very short time.
We are working on the book as we speak and will include new & updated material.
The new 2016 version of our craft book will include bottle cutting tips for making pendant lights, more step by step instructions and lots of additional tips and resources.
About the authors: Nicholas and Silke Jager have established themselves as the bottle crafting experts. Their top ranked Bottle-Lamp.com website has been the starting point for many bottle crafters. From tools of the trade reviews to new and innovative techniques, they have shared this enlightening hobby with others for several years now.
There is something for everyone – Whether you want to make a unique gift for someone or you want to open your own store and sell your crafts, you will find helpful and valuable information.
Recycled Bottle Lamps – Instructions, Project Ideas and Inspirations has something that will help you turn those empty bottles into original works of art.
Product Update as of January 22, 2016
We have been working on updating and adding to the Recycled Bottle Lamps book and we are happy to announce that we have completed the 3rd Edition. This new version contains a section on pendant lamps and glass cutting.
Your feedback – Would you please leave us a review? It is so huge for people to share their opinions on a published work. Having feedback allows us to get a better feel for what you, the reader, would like to see changed or what you have enjoyed. We value your feedback! It was our readers response that led us to make version 3.0 in the first place.
Many thanks in advance,
Nick and Silke