Glass Bottle to Glowing Beauty!

4 Materials
$11
5 Minutes
Easy
Upcycle an old glass bottle into a glowing light for your home. It's very easy to do, a great gift idea or fun for crafting night.






You will need:


A glass bottle
Glass rocks (Dollar Tree)
A USB rechargable LED bottle light (Amazon, Walmart, etc - run about $10 or less)









Put your glass rocks inside your bottle.









Fill as high as you want, but save room for the next step.









Fill your bottle with water - almost all the way to the top. Save room for the light.









Here is about how full I filled my bottle.









Pull the cork off your rechargeable light to expose the USB and charge your light.









Once fully charged, place your light in your bottle.









Twist the light when you are ready to turn it on.









Enjoy the ambiance your glowing light creates.









Pretty simple project and creates such a beautiful glow.









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Suggested materials:
  • Recycle bottle
  • Rocks
  • Water
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  • Landsharkinnc Landsharkinnc on Mar 19, 2017
    would recommend using distilled water ( you can buy at any grocery store ) to avoid sediment, scale, crud.

    • Chas' Crazy Creations Chas' Crazy Creations on Mar 19, 2017
      we are fortunate to have great water where we live, but you are right if there is a concern then distilled water would be a great choice.

  • Patricia Patricia on Sep 25, 2018

    I'm from Tn. That looks like a fun and easy craft to do , thank you so much.

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