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 pages and put them all together. If you need a little inspiration or just want to take a trip down memory lane then let this be your ticket.
This post was published on April 24, 2012. It showcases our first contributors attempt at bottle light making. This post might lack content but it is one of our most popular Pinterest pins to date!
One of our very first e-book readers! Published on May 22, 2012, this post showcases some of the many bottle lamps that Charles and Naomi created. The Jack Daniels night light he made for his daughter is still a favorite.
Published on July 13, 2012. If you search for “Jack Daniels Bottle Lamp” you will most likely come across this image. This bottle was given as a birthday present. I wonder if the recipient knows just how famous his bottle lamp really is?
Published on August 20, 2012. If you look at this post you will notice on the share media tabs in the upper left corner that the Pinterest logo has “2k+” on it. In the words of Stan Lee – “Nuff said.”
Published on September 7, 2012. The pool table. The countless bottle lamps that sat on top of it! The image is so perfect that you almost feel like you’ve hit bottle lamp nirvana! Each bottle lamp has a great looking base.
Published on November 28, 2012. This was one of the first bottles that I had seen that was both a bottle with lights and a bottle lamp all at the same time!
Published on December 18, 2012. The Rex-Goliath bottle has always been one of my favorite bottles to work with. The bottle and lamp shade are paired perfectly for this bottle lamp. Patty is also one of our Bottle Crafts DIY contributors on Facebook.
Published on March 2nd, 2013. Jessie took bottle crafting to a whole new level when she accented her bottles with these glass beads. Jessie sells her lamps at her Bottle Be Glowing shop, on Etsy.
Published on June 3rd, 2013. This was the bottle lamp that really kicked off the whole idea of using a filler. Jason had placed bottle caps in his lamps. The different types of fillers that have been used since this post have been numerous.
Published on June 20th, 2013. This bottle offer a mosaic design that got a lot of reader’s attention. This was another Pinterest favorite.
Published on July 8th, 2013. A great collection of lighted bottles. It also features a clear bottle with a John Deere sticker on it! Caleb has also contributed to our Facebook page.
Published on August 7th, 2013. Jim shared his bottle lamp creations with us and also shared his up-cycled glass block. Used in partitions, shower walls, curtain walls and room dividers, Jim glass blocks found a whole new purpose.
Published on December 12, 2013. Flip Flops won the day on this one. From the lamp shade to the titled bottle itself, the whole lamp came together quite nicely.
Published on October 30th, 2013. The Corona bottle lamp always stood out to me because Stephen had made the filler in this one look like the original contents. The netting on the lamp’s shades was also a nice touch.
Published on January 15th, 2014. Not only is this a cool bottle lamp but the display that Steve built to coincide with the seagulls is really clever. You have to appreciate the attention to detail with the bird droppings on the post.
Published on March 7th, 2014. Lisa shared her hummingbird feeders and wind chimes from recycled bottles with us. Re-purposing never looked better!
Published on March 17th 2014. Sean took bottle crafting to a whole new level with these beer bottles with lights. The whole collection that he shared with us is very impressive. Each colored bottle received a different colored light.
Published on April 16th, 2016. It was easy to commiserate with a fellow bottle crafter about the time it took to drill the hole through her bottle. The drill press was already in the works!
Published May 16th 2014. I was so enthralled with this one that I had to let Jessie know right away that I wanted to buy it for myself. It was a keeper!
Published on September 30th, 2014. Have bottle lamp will travel! This lamp works wonderfully in Barry’s RV and is the perfect conversation starter at their camp sites.
Published on November 9th, 2014. Another one of our e-book readers that submitted his finished bottle with lights project. Another great question asked and answered about the lights giving off heat.
Published on December 23, 2014. Bob made this really cool bottle string light set with his Creator’s Bottle Cutter. I was so inspired by this creative project that it inspired me to make my own Rolling Rock Party Light String.
Published on January 5th, 2015. One of our YouTube videos help Tressa with her bottle with light project. It’s always nice to know that the information we put together is both inspiring and helpful.
Published on January 16th, 2015. In a world full of a electronic gadgets that constantly need to be re-charged, this bottle lamp was the coolest charging station in town. If Cole ever started re-creating these he would be sitting on a gold mine.
Published on February 10th, 2015. This was Keli’s first bottle lamp ever. She was so enthused with the whole creative process that she vowed to make twenty more for her up-coming wedding. It might be worth asking if she has any photos of those lamps from the wedding that she would like to share.
This collection from The Bottle Lamp Community would not have been possible if it weren’t for contributing members like you. Thank you all for the pictures, stories, and sharing your corner of the world with us.
Nick and Silke