#DIY Wine Bottle Citronella Candles

DIY: Wine Bottle Citronella Candles

Ashley Poskin from Hello Glow–a site dedicated to natural beauty, style and wellness ideas–created this decorative citronella candle. It’s perfect for patio parties!

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15 Backyard Tiki Torches

Tiki Torches add the perfect ambiance of oasis to any backyard, and with citronella oil.

How To Build A Glass Bottle Torch  http://ideas2live4.com/nyip  This DIY project is like hitting not two, but three birds with one stone. You get to decorate your patio with your empty wine bottles, instead of it just binning them.  The torches can also be used to keep mosquitoes away. And last but not the least, you get to save some money by recycling!

How To Build A Glass Bottle Torch This DIY project is like hitting not two, but three birds with one stone. You get to decorate your patio with your empty wine bottles, instead of it just binning them. The torches

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Reuse Old Wine Bottles As Incredibly Cute Tiki Torches

*Empty wine or beer bottles *Tiki replacement wicks (thick cotton rope also works well) *Citronella torch fuel *Brass coupling *Rope or twine (optional) *Pebbles (optional) *Wood glue

Find cool bottles to do this with.

DIY Tiki Torches

DIY Tiki Torch Bottles, i was thinking using this kind for your lounge area bar at your cocktail =hour, if its a beach or backyard wedding. anyway you could use different kind of bottle.

Table Tiki Torch Spray Paint+Terra Cotta Pot+River Pebbles+Tiki Torch Canister= Cheap & Pretty Table Torch

Put a tiki flame in a terra cotta pot to make the perfect table tiki - DIY decor - outdoor decorating - outdoor parties - clay pots

To anchor the torches, position flower buckets on level ground for stability. Hold one torch upright in each bucket, and fill the bucket with garden gravel to about 3 inches from the rim. The containers are then heavy enough to support the lit torches safely as they burn. Both the buckets and gravel are available at garden-supply centers; torches can be purchased at home-supply stores.

Tiki-Torch Anchors

Tiki-Torch Anchors Decking your yard with tiki torches is an inexpensive, festive way to bring island style home -- and to light up the night without electricity. How to Make Tiki-Torch Anchors

Replace your old, weathered tiki torches with beautiful, colorful DIY wine bottle citronella candles.

DIY: Wine Bottle Citronella Candles

Replace your old, weathered tiki torches with beautiful, colorful DIY wine bottle citronella candles.

Tiki pot: It is just a 8 in. terra cotta pot that I painted. For this one I used a mason jar for the fuel canister and put rocks around everything to hide the wick and make it look like the rocks are on fire.

DIY Tiki Pot ~ Pinner says: It is just a 8 inch terra cotta pot that I painted. For this one I used a mason jar for the fuel canister and put rocks around everything to hide the wick and make it look like the rocks are on fire.

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