DIY: Lucky Buddha Tiki Torches

DIY: Lucky Buddha Tiki Torches #decor #outdoor #summer
This project has been on my list for a while now and I’m so excited to finally make these tiki torches from Lucky Buddha beer bottles. They just look awesome! And they’re the perfect backyard lighting and decoration for summertime.

DIY: Lucky Buddha Tiki Torches #decor #outdoor #summer

Supplies Needed:

• Lucky Buddha beer (6-pack)
• Tiki torch fuel
• Tiki torch replacement wicks
• 1/2″ x 3/8″ copper coupling
• Sealing tape

Step One: Drink beer!

Enjoy a refreshing Lucky Buddha beer with friends! Make sure to save the bottles. Wash and let dry.

Step Two: Prepare the copper coupling

I found both the copper couplings and sealing tape at Home Depot. The first step is to wrap sealing tape around the smaller end of the copper coupling. You want to wrap enough tape around the copper that it will seal around the bottle opening. Insert the tape-wrapped copper coupling snuggly into the bottle opening.

DIY: Lucky Buddha Tiki Torches #decor #outdoor #summer

Step Three: Fill with tiki fuel

Using a plastic funnel, fill each bottle with tiki fuel. Then insert the wick. Let wick soak up the fuel for a few minutes before lighting.

DIY: Lucky Buddha Tiki Torches #decor #outdoor #summer

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  1. […] We’ve already told you of some pretty tiki torches that you can make for outdoors, and here’s one more idea to the list! You’ll need Lucky Buddha beer bottles, tiki torch fuel, tiki torch replacement wicks, 1/2″ x 3/8″ copper coupling, sealing tape. Wash the bottles and let dry, then prepare the copper coupling. The first step is to wrap sealing tape around the smaller end of the copper coupling. You want to wrap enough tape around the copper that it will seal around the bottle opening. Insert the tape-wrapped copper coupling snuggly into the bottle opening. Using a plastic funnel, fill each bottle with tiki fuel. Continue reading the tutorial here. […]

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