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  • Lisa Lageman

    Pretty cool DIY updated idea... *Bamboo tiki torches not your style? These DIY recycled wine bottle torches are modern and minimalist, but the best part is, they cost next to nothing. Design Sponge has the details on how to use 5 dollars in hardware to create simple copper-colored tiki lamps*

  • Kathy Melisko

    Recycled Bottle Tiki Torches - Think Colorful Wine Bottles! Hung on a wall or placed on a table, beautiful. Search bottle wicks for more ideas.

  • Lois Cole

    ~ This is awesome! More wine bottle crafts ~ Wine Bottle Tiki Torch Tutorial

  • Kim D

    Outdoor lanterns made from old wine bottles 2.

  • Laura Wise

    I think I could get Hubby on board with this idea. Recycle old wine bottles into tiki torches. Clever, huh?

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