When making light bulb ornaments, how do you drill a hole into the plug side of the bulb to thread wire?
By Annie from Glasgow, KY
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By Anonymous 12/13/2010
How funny! Well, we all have 'duh' moments. Part of being human and learning humility ;-) I love your light bulb decoration and Bless you for recycling those bulbs! You should submit that to the weekly ThriftyFun Craft Contest with how to directions!
By Annie 12/13/2010
Right after I posted this I realized that. (I'm almost embarrassed to say this) I had the drill in reverse. It definitely works better when you are drilling in the right direction!
By Teresa Tart 12/11/2010
That sounds dangerous to me. Everyone I know just takes ribbon or thread to match the tree and ties it at the base of the bulb just above the part that screws into a lamp.
By Cindy 12/08/2010
I'm confused, too. :-( Wouldn't a small drill bit from one side of the bulb's base (the part you screw in) to the other make a large enough opening for you to thread light weight wire, or sturdy thread through? Perhaps I'm misunderstanding the craft project itself. It sounds interesting, though. More info?
By Anonymous 12/08/2010
I am not sure what you mean :-( Could you please explain in a little more detail?
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I would like to know how to make burned out light bulb Christmas ornaments.
Lilly from Scranton, PA
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