Tiki torches look beautiful as outdoor décor. They lend a mesmerizing glow to any party. A set of tutorials for your next garden barbecue would be something that you will find quite handy in this regard.
Outdoor wine bottle tiki torches lend a wonderful backyard family gathering experience. The wall mounted torches will be a great addition to your summer crafts as well.
Could you have ever thought that the humble wine bottle could make awesome tiki torches? This one provides you with a good reason to store your empty wine bottles.
Change the look of your deck, patio, or fence with these impressive tiki torches. Your guests will fall short of words while describing the aesthetics of your outdoor party.
This tiki torch project offers you an excellent way to recycle used wine bottles. The tutorial here walks you through the procedure in simple steps.
Conversations with friends and family will become longer in the yard with this breathtaking wine bottle tiki torch in the backdrop. Sample this easy project through the instructions.
Even if you are not much of a crafter, you should not have difficulty with this simple DIY. The mini craft pebbles stuffed at the bottom of the wine bottles add a touch of uniqueness to the tiki torches.
The commercial glass tiki torches look good. However, they can’t hold up long against the outdoor elements. Make your own long lasting tiki torches with this fresh take on reusing old wine bottles.
You need to be careful while filling oil into the wine bottles. Always keep the oil level below the brim of the bottle lest the lamp accidentally explodes. You need to cut an “X” on the bottle cap through which the wick can slide easily.
You need to scroll down the linked post a little to find the directions to make a wine bottle tiki torch as there is a wine cork board or trivet DIY at the beginning of the post.
Now that you are armed with such brilliant ideas bring on the holiday season with a bang. A walk through the backyard up to your favorite spot by the pool will never be the same with these dazzling tiki torches for company. Here is raising a toast to the awesome vintage feel that go hand in hand with the lovely lamps.
Published on December 21st 2015 by Peyton Derrida