How do you cut wine glass bottles? I’m going to show you how to use a glass bottle cutter. The possibilities are endless when it comes to up-cycling bottles. I recently purchased a bottle cutter and now I have even ways to up-cycle those bottles!
I purchased my bottle cutter from Amazon – you can view it here
You follow the instructions that come with the bottle cutter. First it says to size the device to where you want the bottle cut.
Set the bottle inside the cutter and lightly press while rotating the bottle. This leaves a score line on your bottle. You don’t have to press too hard and only go around one time.
After scoring, again following the instructions that came with – have 1 pot of boiling water and 1 pot of ice water.
You’ll hold the bottle in the boiling water so that the score line is under water for a few seconds…
Then immediately put the bottle in the ice water so that the score line is under water for a few seconds.
Repeat this process until the bottle literally splits in half.
*Now to be honest – I went through a lot of bottles practicing this until I got the technique right (following the directions is key). I would say most of the time it works great and sometimes the bottle doesn’t cut cleanly.
Once the bottle is in half, use the sand paper provided to smooth the edges. Now you’re ready to create! The possibilities are endless – glasses, candle holders, wind chimes, bird feeders…
How To Use A Glass Bottle Cutter Video
Let’s make a quick candle holder with the bottom –
Paint Mod Podge onto the bottle.
Roll in some Epsom Salt.
Let dry completely.
Add a battery operated LED light or preferred candle of your choice.
Enjoy during the cold winter months!
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I’m going to show you how to use a glass bottle cutter. The possibilities are endless when it comes to up-cycling bottles. I recently purchased a bottle cutter and now I have even ways to up-cycle those bottles!
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