Better get some bottles.... bug repelling tiki torches--wine bottles, tiki fuel, a 3/8" washer and a refill tiki wick.  brilliant!

Better get some bottles.... bug repelling tiki torches--wine bottles, tiki fuel, a 3/8" washer and a refill tiki wick. brilliant!

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Made this fire pot using a ceramic flower pot, sand to fill the pot, two pieces of metal ductwork, two tiki torch canisters and topped it off with glass beads! You could also use river rocks!

Made this fire pot using a ceramic flower pot, sand to fill the pot, two pieces of metal ductwork, two tiki torch canisters and topped it off with glass beads! You could also use river rocks!

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Mason jar tiki torches  Take along while camping or use in your back yard to repell those pesky mosquitos. They also look very cute and are easy to clean if the top smokes up. Love this idea!

Mason jar tiki torches Take along while camping or use in your back yard to repell those pesky mosquitos. They also look very cute and are easy to clean if the top smokes up. Love this idea!

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How to Make a Tiki Torch Wick | eHow

How to Make a Tiki Torch Wick | eHow

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1 empty and cleaned wine bottle  1 Tiki Torch wick refill (thick)  Tiki Torch citronella lamp oil  3/8" metal washer (or adjust washer size if bottle opening is larger/smaller)  Decorative glass rocks or beads of your choice (optional) *small enough to fit in bottle opening     Place the decorative rocks/beads in the bottle. The more you have, the less oil you will need to use.

1 empty and cleaned wine bottle 1 Tiki Torch wick refill (thick) Tiki Torch citronella lamp oil 3/8" metal washer (or adjust washer size if bottle opening is larger/smaller) Decorative glass rocks or beads of your choice (optional) *small enough to fit in bottle opening Place the decorative rocks/beads in the bottle. The more you have, the less oil you will need to use.

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