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Light bulb oil lamp. by marian

DIY light bulb oil lamps designed to be secured to a stable surface with a screw.

Luminárias feitas com material reciclado

Green Lantern: Made from an upcycled wine bottle. love this idea & love projects that involve a bottle of wine

Lámparas con botellas recicladas

Lights made from glass bottles/ jars. Cut glass with string soaked in nail polish remover wrap around bottle n set alight. After awhile put bottle in water and bottom part should fall off.

DIY Project: Recycled Light Bulbs by Michelle Winter

DIY Project: Recycled Light Bulbs, This might look cute as a vase in my new candle holder :)

Planeta Zorg Ao fim da tarde, são as nossas criaturas que nos iluminam... O Eugénio da Lâmpada nº 11 está pronto.

This lamp is cool how the light portion replaces a part of the body. This is similar to Riley's lamp and I really like hers! I think this is a creative idea.

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Recycled Bottle Gran Marnier Chandelier

Recycled and repurposed tires into chairs and tables for patio furniture.  Upcyle, recycle, salvage, diy, repurpose!  For ideas and goods shop at Estate ReSale & ReDesign, Bonita Springs, FL by proteamundi

Love this set of recycled tire furniture. Maybe these would make good garden furniture. Tires last forever.

Si les sucede como a mí y no tienen en sus hogares perchero ni ganchos donde colgar la cartera, el saco o por qué no, el paraguas, este proyecto DIY les encantará: son ganchos de cemento para la pa...

DIY: ganchos para la pared de cemento

DIY Concrete Lightbulb Hooks or drawer pulls: Fill light bulbs with cement, tapping to release air bubbles. Stick screw head or threaded drawer hardware into cement. Break and remove glass.

light bulb terrariums

Turn a Lightbulb into a Mini-Terrarium

light bulb water gardens How fun would this be to observe in a science center? I imagine using the plastic novelty light bulb jars, you can find for promotional use, as to not worry about the chance of broken glass.