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DIY candles, lanterns & lighting

Make your own 50-hour candles for less than 2 dollars a piece.

TEOTWAWKI Blog: DIY Survival Candles

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Glass cutting with only yarn and fingernail polish remover- Here is what you do: -wrap the cotton yarn around your bottle 5-6 times, tie and cut ends. -slide yarn off of the bottle -dip in nail polish remover -slide the wet yarn back onto the bottle---NOTE---the bottle will be cut at whatever angle you have the yarn at, so if you are interested in doing a sideways cut just adjust your yarn -light on fire ****please please be careful**** -only the wet yarn will be lit on fire and the flame is very well controlled -rotate bottle in circles as the yarn is on fire for about 20 seconds so that all parts of the bottle warm evenly *** I just hung onto the bottom half of the bottle and slowly rotated it around*** -submerge in cold water and watch the bottle parts separate -use sand paper to smooth rough edges.

Crafty, Scrappy, Happy: Cutting glass

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Cut the bottoms off wine bottles to use for candle covers! How cool looking- and keeps the wind from blowing them out!

Maybe use a glass votive as a paper mache base for some old school coloured tissue paper + glue candle holder

Parcel Post — Urbanic Paper Boutique | Official Blog — Page 2

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