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Drilling a glass bottle is a menacing task I tell you…but decorated wine bottles with lights inside are one of the gorgeous home décors that you can own in lesser than 10 bucks.  If you are planning to make decorative wine bottle lights without drilling, then I just might have the right ideas readied for you.

Crafts made from recyclable materials are always exclusively aesthetic. If you have empty wine bottles around your home, you can easily refurbish them into beautiful home décor lightsdecorated Wine bottle lights without drilling a

Today, I’ll show you some amazing ideas on how to make decorative lighted wine bottles without any drilling and cutting involved.   This saves your preparation and cleaning phase big-time; and also saves the possibility of wounding yourself while cutting the glass.

So, here you go, we have rounded off 19 wine bottle lights that would surely add a festive style to your home.

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19 Decorated Wine Bottle Lights Without Drilling

1) Recycled Bottle Torch
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With the help of copper top plate connector, wood screws, copper cap, fuel and wick, and of course empty wine bottles you can easily create beautiful outdoor recycled wine bottle torches just like that.

2) Wine Bottle Chandelier
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If you have a dozen empty wine bottles, refurbish them into artistic chandeliers to illuminate the interiors of your home or work. The basic items you would need for this décor are chains and big ring to hold the bottles and fairy or rice lights.  Party at home? try our 41 Creative Ways to Serve Finger Foods at Parties

3) Peacock Decorated Wine Bottle With Lights inside
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The peacock wine bottle light décor can be easily created with 7 similar looking bottles and metal rods, to twist and make the stand and holders.

4) Simple Wine Lighted Bottle
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To make these beautiful lights, you would require glue, colourful or simple twines, a matching ribbon and clean wine bottles. Stick the twines with glue as shown in pic, and tie the leopard ribbon around the neck. Allow the bottles to dry. Now insert strings of white or gold fairy lights inside the bottle.

5) Fairy Tale Lighted Bottle
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For this pretty looking decorative light, you would need satin laces or ribbons (of your choice) and strings of white lights. This looks like a perfect decoration for a baby girl’s room. Also look for our 45+ Easy DIY Paper Food Craft Ideas for Kids

6) Vibrant Colours Table Top Wine Bottle
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Take a white wine bottle and spray paint it with different acrylic or glitter colours. You can add zing to your wine decorative lamp by sticking some fancy stickers. Insert a string of golden lamps in to the bottle and wait for the night to let the wine bottle dazzle into brilliant colours.

7) Winter Tree Bottle Light
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For this stunning winter tree bottle light, you would need butter paper and glue for the background. Once the butter paper is dry, draw silhouette of a winter tree and stick few silver stones on its branches. For the light illumination, insert one or two strands of bigger size white fairy lights.

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8) Wine Bottle Fruit Light
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Learn how to make wine bottles with light inside in a jiffy; for this you would require a translucent wine bottle, small decorative crystal balls for the grapes, artificial leaves and glue.

9) Birch Trees Night Light
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The birch tree night light can be made by sticking brown colour butter papers to the bottle, and two or three paper cut birds to complete the look. Golden mini bulbs goes perfectly for this aesthetic décor.

10) Battery Operated Light
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Battery operated lights, for wine bottles, are pretty easily available over the shop counter. This one is a Halloween themed bottle light that’s placed upside down over the battery operated string of LED bulbs. The spiders and bats are painted using acrylic glass colours. The LED battery operated lights can stay up to 3 hours and is charged through USB cable.

11) Glass Bead Wine Bottle Light
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This one is one of my favourite wine bottle lights as they irradiate glorious yet unusual illumine in dark rooms. They also make amazing wedding decors. We have used cobalt, white and turquoise crystal balls for the effect; while you can stick other coloured balls as well. Here’s What Will Happen if you Drink Red Wine Every Day?

12) Hand Painted LED Light Bottles
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A very cute wine bottle light idea that you can easily create with glass colour paints; for this light decor, transparent wine bottles suit best. Make sure you use a single colour LED light string for illumination.

13) Yellow Tail Wine Bottle Light Series
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The series of lighted wine bottle looks amazing in dinner parties or get-togethers when you are the host. You need 10 -12 yellow tail wine bottles of similar size for this purpose. Also, you can join 3 to 4 strings of rice bulbs for the sparkling coloured lights.

14) Love, Peace, Joy Table Top Bottle Lights
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Want a DIY side table décor that reflects your life purposes? How about this gorgeous Love Peace and Joy bottle light? For the glittering effect, you would be requiring glue and fine grained blue and golden glitters.

15) Solar Wine Bottle Lantern
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Solar wine bottle lanterns are beautiful for balcony and portico decorations. The LED mini bulbs, attached to a bottle cap that’s powered by solar panel, should be placed inside the wine bottle. They are charged all day and automatically lights up once the sun sets.

16) Wine Bottle Citronella Candles
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The citronella wine bottle candle is a gorgeous piece of art that you can easily make with the help of 6 – 7 materials.

17) Rechargeable Wine Bottle Cork Light
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Turn old wine bottles into decorative lights with rechargeable LED corks. The bottle lights are available in Amazon which you can easily fix on to the corks. The LED battery operated lights shines upto 3 hours and can be charged using USB connection. Also see 49+ Creative Restaurant Menu Design Ideas That Will Trick People To Order More

18) Mosaic Wine Bottle Light Craft
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Mosaic tiles wine bottles make excellent home décor at a cost effective rate. They look radiant at night due to their striking appearances. Use different coloured mosaic tiles to enjoy best effects.

19) Aesthetic Hanging Wine Bottle Light
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Green wine bottles are classy to look at. So, if you have 10 or more bottles lying around your home, use those to redecorate your interiors by hanging them from the ceiling.

Now that you know what you can do with your old wine bottles without having to cut and drill, I am sure you would not throw them away hereafter just like that. These easy wine bottle lights can be good gift idea for near and dear ones too. Since there’s no drilling done, remember to buy lights that can easily get inside the bottles.

If you know any other way to make decorative wine bottle lights without drilling, do share your ideas in the comments.

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  • Kimberly

    Hi Rachel,
    I discovered your blog from a recommended pin on Pinterest. I am also an admirer of decorative wine bottles and was drawn to the great photos. When I got to 6) Vibrant Colours Table Top Wine Bottle, I realized that I own that bottle. I ordered mine from a shop on Etsy. It is beautiful, and I can see why you liked the photo. I want to make you aware of a few mistakes that I noticed.

    The bottle doesn’t appear to be spray painted and it definitely does not have stickers. The snowflakes are hand-painted and have texture. I don’t know how the artist does it, but it looks even more amazing in real life than in the photos. I am certain that I could not replicate her work.

    In addition, it does have a hole drilled in the back of the bottle to allow plug-in or battery powered lights to be inserted. I have purchased a few bottles from this artist on Etsy and they each have detailed painting and a hole drilled in the back for the lights.

    Finally, 10) Battery Operated Light is also a photo from the same artist’s Etsy shop. It is currently for sale! I haven’t purchased one like that, so I’m not sure exactly sure how the lights are inserted. I do know that it is hand-painted, and I suspect the artist would appreciate a link to her shop, or even, that particular item.

    I’m including the link in case you can’t find it.

    Best wishes,

    • Rachel Parker

      Thanks for pointing out this to me. Just checked the artist’s Etsy shop, image number 6 is not similar. But I can definitely Include the link to image number 10.

  • Alison

    On number 11 and on the other bottles, how do you turn off and on the lights?

    #11 looks like the cord is coming out of the bottom

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