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Green centerpieces from recyled wine bottles

For a little over 30 bucks you can get all the vases you need for your centerpieces. All of them. Collect wine bottles from friends, family, and restaurants and you can make these:

(photo from Green Wine Bottles)

You can also make hurricane vases and candle holders using the same bottle cutter. You can also buy bottle cutter from here.

I think they would incredibly cool in groups of 3 or more. I’d love to take one home if I were a guest!

5 Comments on Green centerpieces from recyled wine bottles

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  • 1

    I think these are beautiful! I’ve just started doing the wine bottle cutting and it’s so much fun! I haven’t been able to cut mine on an angle as you have pictured. Would you like to share the secret with me? I would appreciate it deeply:)
    Beautiful work!
    Sincerely,
    Amber DeLouis
    York, PA

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  • 2

    Yes, I would like to know how you cut the angel in the bottles….so beautiful…..APPRECIATE IT!

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  • 3

    oops, sorry meant ANGLE

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  • 4

    I don’t get it. Is no one going to answer the questions above. I am cutting my fingers up trying to
    make my wife a chandelier with angled cuts in the bottle. Please. help. please.

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  • 5

    I would also like to know about the jig used for cutting angles & did you torch the edge to get it smooth or grind them? Do you post answers or email ???

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