Instructions to Make a Lighted Wine Bottle?

A while back I saw posted instruction on how to make a light using a wine bottle. You put the lights inside the bottle and added grapes to the out side of the bottle. Could you please send me the picture and instructions on how you done this?

Connie from Windsor, PA

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March 28, 20080 found this helpful

Here are the instructions. : )

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March 27, 2008

Someone had a beautiful lighted wine bottle posted in answer to another's request of how to adhere the grapes. Does anyone remember this and have the directions for the whole project? I would love to make a few of these.


Bonnie from Martinsburg


Instructions to Make Lighted Wine Bottle

Here is where the person that made that wine bottle originally posted.

You can contact them directly by clicking on their name at the top of their posting! (12/12/2007)

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