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  • Mariana Camporredondo

    How to drill a hole in a jar and put lights in... #howto #diy #lights #jar

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    DIY Lights in Jars (How to drill holes in glass jars)

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    How to drill a hole in a jar and put lights in it.--Good to know for those wine bottles and mason jars... DIY Crafts

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    DRILLING GLASS JARS - Learn how to drill a hole in a jar and put lights in it.--Good to know for those wine bottles and mason jars

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    How to drill a hole in a jar and put lights in it.--Good to know for those glass bottles and mason jars

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How to drill into a bottle to create a bottle full of lights

This is a great tutorial on how to make your own lighted wine bottles without having to drill a hole in the bottle!

Put glass bottle into a tub of water, or keep a stream of water on the spot that you are drilling, the drill bit will stay cool and not smoke, and will also prevent glass chips from flying around if it should break. [Read comments on post]