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Make gorgeous oil lamp from mason jars and glass bottles. Safer than candles, it takes only 2 minutes to make using vegetable oils and water! - A Piece Of Rainbow

Magical Mason Jar Oil Lamp

Make gorgeous oil lamp from mason jars and glass bottles. Safer than candles, il faut seulement 2 minutes to make using vegetable oils and water! (Diy Candles To Sell)

How to Make Mason Jar Oil Lamps - via Life Is a Party                                                                                                                                                                                 More

DIY Mason Jar Oil Lamps: Simple to make and so beautiful. Perfect for a party, wedding centerpiece, or just in your home.

How to clean antique oil lamps -- Joybilee Farm

How to clean antique oil lamps

To get the full light output from your antique oil lamps you’ll want to clean them and keep the fuel topped up.

Medium Blue "Princess Feather" Kerosene Oil Lamp

Check out this Princess Feather Oil Lamp Princess Feather Oil Lamp Complete with Burner and Chimney.

Turn Recycled Glass Bottles Into Vintage Oil Lamps - Fresh Style Magazine

Turn Recycled Glass Bottles Into Vintage Oil Lamps - Fresh Style Magazine. Two of my favorite things--glass bottles and lights--combined.

Lamp's round, removable reflector means more light. Inexpensive; looks great.

Woodshed Wall Mounted Oil Lamp

Oil candle . Saves roughly 50 bucks to make your own and it's not difficult!

How to Make Your Own Wonderfully Scented Mason Jar Oil Candle. What a great idea! Not to early to think about Christmas.

I collect Oil Lamps! they are  a piece of my childhood. We lived 7 yrs in a village in Mexico with no electricity. My job was to trim the wicks and fill the reservoirs with kerosene. to this day I detest the smell of kerosene!

Another pinner wrote: "I collect Oil Lamps! they are a piece of my childhood. We lived 7 yrs in a seevillage in Mexico with no electricity. My job was to trim the wicks and fill the reservoirs with kerosene. to this day I detest the smell of kerosene!

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