Make DIY Wine Bottle Tiki Torches and Solar Lights using leftover wine bottles and dollar store solar lights!
If you are looking for a super simple, but useful, project for your outdoor entertaining area this year, have I got just the thing for you! These DIY Wine Bottle Tiki Torches And Solar Lights can literally be made in under 15 minutes and cost just a few dollars to make. Nothing like easy and inexpensive right? Let me show you what I used and remember to save those wine bottles!
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How To Make DIY Wine Bottle Tiki Torches
Tiki Brand Clean Burn Torch Fuel
Table Bottle Torch Kit – Includes 3 Wicks and Brass Wick Mount
Natural Strong Jute Rope
Start by cutting your fabric to fit around the wine bottle and use hot glue to secure it.
Next, add jute around the edges of the fabric for added detail. Add as much or as little as you like!
You can mix it up and just use twine to give it a different look. Just have fun with it and create original tiki torches to go with your outdoor decor.
Finally, follow the directions to add the tiki torch wick and fluid and enjoy these lovelies at your next family barbecue!
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Now, for an easier version, check out these 5 minute wine bottle solar lights.
How To Make DIY Wine Bottle Solar Lights
Dollar Store Solar Lights
These gorgeous blue wine bottles were found at the thrift store for $1 and I didn’t have to worry about removing any labels. The solar lights from the Dollar Store fit perfectly on top. Just remove the stick and if you want it more secure, add a little E-6000 adhesive. I just left them as is and used them at my daughter’s Graduation party last week and they held up great. They look so pretty at night lit up. I left the bottles clear because I wanted the light to reflect in the bottle and didn’t want it covered, but you could add fabric or twine if you like.
Years ago, for my daughter’s high school Graduation party, I made these at the last minute, when I realized the solar lights fit in the wine bottles:
I didn’t even remove the labels-that’s how last minute it was, lol. They actually are one of my most popular pins on Pinterest. It goes to show you people really like simple and easy.
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I hope you enjoyed this fun project and will share pictures if you make some yourself. Also, now that you have a project for the wine bottles, check out a couple of projects I made using wine corks!
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