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  • Lori Mejia

    DIY Corona Glasses - glass bottle, yarn, nail polish remover, lighter, ice water, and sand paper!

  • Jennifer Boyd

    how to cut glass bottles with yarn, nail polish remover, a lighter and the bottles. now i can make those fun wine bottle lanterns :)

  • Stacy Tucker Maguire

    Going to try this on wine bottles. Glasses out of beer bottles!- and all you need is string, nail polish remover, a lighter and the bottles!

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