Step one: drink wine. I knew before I started that I was going to like this one. O and I are very into celebrating all the somethings and nothings with wine, and every time we empty a bottle I feel an urge to do something useful with it. For any of you feeling that same responsibility to make use of all that glass (or just want to do something cool), try cutting it!
Glass cutting opens up a lot more options for repurposing bottles, and guys… ok, it’s easy, but it takes practice, and luckily it’s fairly quick to do. Give it a go and see if it can help out with decor for this Thanksgiving, Friendsgiving, or other holiday gatherings you have coming up. In partnership with my friends at La Crema, I used their wine bottles to make these simple floating candle holders. See the full tutorial on the La Crema blog!
10 comments on “DIY Wine Bottle Floating Candle Holders”
These are so gorgeous – the green glass is perfect for an autumn centre piece
Yes! Green glass would not have been my first pick but I agree, it looks lovely for fall!
Wow I never thought about cutting glass bottles! These turned out so beautifully. Super simple and elegant :)
Thanks, Andrea! I know, cutting glass sounds so intimidating, but it’s easy to try!
The link takes me to an error page!
Ack! Thanks for letting me know. Try the link again, it should be working now!
where are your dining chairs from? I love them!
Thank you! They’re from AllModern. Unfortunately I think they’re no longer available.