glass bottle project
How I turned a square Jim Beam bottle into a flower vase.
Square glass bottles can be intimating to work with when it comes to bottle cutting. It’s tricky to make a cutting score line around corners. A while… Continue reading
If you ever find yourself in a creative rut, then you might want to look and see what products are available to use.
Plaid online has this moto on their home page; “Plaid Crafts is your source for… Continue reading
We have compiled a list of some of our most popular bottle crafts from the Bottle-Lamp website.
Over the years we have had the chance to showcase many beautiful bottles right here. We compiled this list from our most viewed… Continue reading
Sanding your glass bottle is the final touch to turning an empty bottle into a work of art.
The micro brewery was located in an industrial park which added to it’s ‘working class’ charm. It said “Hey, we’re not… Continue reading
Defining a ‘niche community’ with an application to the bottle-lamp website.
To fully understand a niche community lets break it into bite size pieces.
Niche – a place or position suitable or appropriate for a person or thing: to… Continue reading
The combination of the ‘Bottle Bit’ and ‘The Saber Tooth Sanding Kit’ allows you to finalize your drinking glass craft.
Once you have scored and separated your glass bottle you should try these tools to finish the job. I have… Continue reading
Creating images by assembling small pieces off glass has turned this bottle into a mosaic masterpiece.
We recently received an e-mail from one of our bottle-lamp readers showing us their latest creation.
My name is Tanishaa Cunha. I am 19… Continue reading
Our good friend Patty has sent us her latest project involving an incense holder.
Hey, Nick & Silke!
Although my latest project isn’t a lamp, I used a bottle, so that counts, right?
It is an incense holder, which will… Continue reading