Learn how to cut a glass bottle and make a Wine Bottle Succulent Planter. Watch the video and view all the ideas now ..
Learn the clever trick on how to cut a glass bottle. Once you do, you will be able to make a fabulous Wine Bottle Succulent Planter for your home. We have included lots of great ideas that you are going to love.
Scroll our page for lots of different projects and be sure to watch the very helpful video tutorial. You can hang your bottles from trees and they make a wonderful centerpiece on a table. You will find so many great ways to showcase them. They make great homemade gifts too.
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We love these gorgeous Wine Bottle Planters and as you can see, they are super easy to put together. They make a gorgeous centerpiece and they are very low maintenance. It’s also a great way to do your bit for recycling and the Planet!
How To Cut Glass Bottles Video Tutorial
We have included a video tutorial that shows you a super easy way to cut wine bottles at home. To watch, click Play above ⇑
There are several ways that you can cut the bottoms off Wine Bottles. The 4 main ways are
- with a flame
- with yarn
- with boiling water
- with a Dremel
How To Cut Glass Bottles via diyjoy
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How To Cut Wine Glass Bottle
As you can see these Wine Bottle Succulent Planters are easy to make and you can use a Glass Cutter for this project if you like.
Here’s what you need -:
- Glass cutter candle, ice cubes
- Empty wine bottles (as many as possible–you’ll need a few practice ones)
- Potting soil
Wine Bottle Succulents via La Crema
Once you have cut your Wine Bottle with your preferred method (see video above) you only need to add a bit of potting soil and some succulents and you have a wonderful planter.
Succulent Wine Planter via Pinterest
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