How to Make Wine Bottle Candelabras

Add ambiance to your entryway this holiday season using only repurposed wine bottles, black spray paint and tapered candles to create glowing candelabras.

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Materials Needed:

  • discarded wine bottles
  • dry cloths or paper towels
  • 1 can of flat black spray paint for every 6 wine bottles
  • tapered candles
  • lighter
  • dishwashing detergent
  • liquid sticker remover
  • drop cloth
  • hot water

Wash Interiors of Bottles

Place discarded wine bottles under faucet of hot water one at a time. Run water inside each bottle for approximately 30 seconds until interior of bottle starts to overflow. Tip: If the wine bottle has extra residue inside, add dishwashing detergent to help dilute it.

Rinse Bottles

Thoroughly rinse the exterior of the bottle with hot water under the faucet.

Remove Stickers

Once the exterior has been rinsed, any stickers or wrappers on the bottle's exteriors should become loose. Peel stickers or wrappers off exterior and throw away.

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