Goodness gracious! So simple and yet so genius! A lovely way to spruce up your clear bottles and jars while maintaining a polished look. (if you’re anything like me sometimes those diy projects look a little too ‘diy’…but you can’t go wrong with this method!). A fab wedding centerpiece arrangement, I think so. Links above for instructions.
Choosing the right size from available glass bottles and jars is also important. This isn’t to say that there is one best size, but rather that there’s a best size and shape for every terrarium project based on what a person wants to include. Larger jars offer more space to include interesting items like action figures or decorations, are easier for beginners because large openings make working inside the jar with one’s hands simpler, and can be substantial enough to work without a lot of other objects for visual effect.
You can also make easy colorful jars by making different colorful shapes on the jars and bottles. You can try to make colorful strips, triangles, squares, and circles of different colors on bottles and jars. Here is the picture to help you out.
Bottle and Jar Cutter is a fun way to recycle your round or square bottles and jars. Kit includes: Adjustable bottle cutter, 2 cutting wheels, glass tapper, adjustment wedge, five glass sanding sheets and a 24 page full color bottle cutting reference guide. Made in US.
Each bottle cutter assemble has TWO cutting blades. One is visible. The second one is only accessible after reading the attached instructions, which requires that the unit be partially dis assembled. The item do not cut the glass like a knife cutting a sandwich. The score line, which is a subtle line, needs to be tapped from within the bottle with the supplied tapping rod to run the scored line. Thus separating the top from the bottom half.