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    Citronella candles or torches filled with citronella oil are often used in outdoor settings to deter flying insects like mosquitoes. In addition, the light from these can add a festive touch to an outdoor gathering. This variation on that theme employs empty wine or beer bottles to make tiki torches...

    Wine Bottle Tiki torch

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    Wine Bottle Tiki Torches

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    So doing; around have my wine bottles ; ) Wine Bottle Tiki: Torches 1 empty and cleaned wine bottle, 1 Tiki Torch wick refill (thick), Tiki Torch citronella lamp oil, 3/8" metal washer (or adjust washer size if bottle opening is larger/smaller), Decorative glass rocks or beads

    Bottle Tree I believe this originated in New Orleans but might need to check it out further.

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    Bottle trees add such bright colors to a garden area

    diy wine tiki torches - perfect for outdoor entertaining

    DIY Wine Bottle Fence. Use a diamond drill to make holes in the bottles and thread them on poles. Great idea for a room divider as well.

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    Wine Bottle Tiki Torch

    Taking some empty wine bottles and white Christmas lights.All you need is wine bottles, cleaned and labels removed (goo gone works great) string or two of white Christmas lights bamboo sticks (to stake in the garden) wire (if you want to hang them, just word of caution about water collecting in the bottle if it’s mouth is open to the sky)

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