Fill your pot/ bucket with cold water. Wrap the yarn around the bottle a few times, cut, and tie it off in a knot. Slip the yarn off the bottle. Soak the yarn in a few tablespoons of nail polish remover. Put the yarn back on the bottle. Light the yarn on fire- this is probably something that should be done outside, but as you can see, we did this in our kitchen. Kitchen is still standing.
Once your yarn is lite, spin the bottle around and around. Not too fast, not too slow. Watch the fire. You want to see consistent fire around the yarn. Spin the bottle until the fire goes almost completely out, like the last second of fire, dunk the bottle into the water. The bottle will crack under the yarn.
You can sand the edges to use as a juice glass. However, we have plenty of cups, so we didn't even bother sanding them. We like candles, so ours are candle holders. The bottles get hot with candles in them, but they didn't break or anything.
Check out this idea! My boyfriend is the real genius behind most of these projects. I never would have thought of this! How cool is this? I wonder if we could start seeds like this in the spring? Do you think?
This project was super fun to do with my boyfriend. He enjoyed this project more than I did!
I hope you enjoyed this project! I'd love to see your version! What else can you do with bottle cutting? Maybe use one as a planter or for storage?
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