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Bottle Cutting Inc.

Maker - Pat Lehoux

Bottle Cutting Inc.
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Bottlemorphosis

This easy-to-use bottle cutter transforms your bottles into a vase, votive, drinking cup, or candle holder . . .

Upcycle in just three steps. First, score the bottle, then separate the pieces using the silicone band. Lastly, use the high-grade sand paper to smooth to perfection.

Maker Patrick Lehoux wanted to create an easy, straightforward way to turn bottles into functional or decorative objects. After he had his first prototype, he named it after a small South American mammal with big, sharp teeth, the “Kinkajou.”

Much like the little Kinkajou animal, this bottle cutter is compact but efficient. We tried it out here in the office and found the process straightforward and also super convenient.

Start collecting bottles—this small hack opens up the possibility for all sorts of do-it-yourself projects.

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Discovered 6/19/2017

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Discovered 6/19/2017

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Unfortunately, products from this maker are no longer available on our site.

Small Business Support

Maker Story

Bottlemorphosis

This easy-to-use bottle cutter transforms your bottles into a vase, votive, drinking cup, or candle holder . . .

Upcycle in just three steps. First, score the bottle, then separate the pieces using the silicone band. Lastly, use the high-grade sand paper to smooth to perfection.

Maker Patrick Lehoux wanted to create an easy, straightforward way to turn bottles into functional or decorative objects. After he had his first prototype, he named it after a small South American mammal with big, sharp teeth, the “Kinkajou.”

Much like the little Kinkajou animal, this bottle cutter is compact but efficient. We tried it out here in the office and found the process straightforward and also super convenient.

Start collecting bottles—this small hack opens up the possibility for all sorts of do-it-yourself projects.