This is my second article in a series on making crafts with glass bottles. If you haven’t read it already, check out my first article about cleaning and removing the labels from wine bottles. Once you’ve got a clean bottle to work with, you’re ready for the Kinkajou bottle cutter. Why Cut Bottles? There are tons of projects you can […]Read More
Learn how to clean and remove the labels from wine bottles the easy way, with tools and materials you might already have on-hand.Read More
Learn how to save kale seeds by picking pods at the end of the season and retrieving the seeds through the process of “winnowing.”Read More
Learn how to make a secret compartment book in a about 15 minutes using one simple trick!Read More
This article and the accompanying video explains how to make a tool for hollowing out a secret compartment book in minutes instead of hours with an Xacto!Read More
Propagating raspberries is easy if you let the plant do the work for you! Let the bush grow suckers (new shoots), then dig them up. It’s that easy!Read More
Learn how to add a variety of wood grain textures to Sketchup 2014 and above!Read More
The Kinkajou does a single thing and does it extremely well: it cuts glass bottles. The tool is essentially a circular clamp with an integral glass gutter. The Kinkajou is wrapped around the bottle, locked in place, and then twisted around the bottle to create a perfect score line.Read More
A elegant pendant light made from a wine bottle with the bottom remove and lamp hardware installed in the neck.
Wired with 2′ of retro rayon wire and ready for installation into an overhead electrical box. Dress it up with a Retro Edison Bulb and custom-turned wood canopy for a gorgeous, 100% custom lighting experience.
Additional lengths of wire also available.Read More