DIY: Patrón Bottle Cantina Lights | The Art of Patrón

Alright, guys. Here’s my last Art of Patrón bottle art contest project. This time I used mini bottles!

All you need for this is a strand of standard string lights and as many mini Patrón bottles as you can muster. Just buy a bunch and keep drinking them until you have enough. It’s a hard job, but somebody has to do it.

DIY Patrón Mini Bottle Cantina Lights  via Melodrama #ArtofPatron

Drill a hole straight through the top of the cork, making it just big enough to fit the light through snuggly.

DIY Patron Cantina Lights via Melodrama

Feed the lights through the cork so only the bulb part is sticking out.

DIY Patrón Bottle Cantina Lights  via MelodramaThen just place the cork back in the bottle. These corks are snug as a bug so it should hold nicely.

DIY Patron Cantina Lights via Melodrama #ArtofPatronI didn’t need to use any glue or anything, but feel free if you’re worried about the cork slipping out.

DIY Patrón Cantina Lights via Melodrama #ArtofPatron

That’s it! Patrón cantina lights perfect for taco night or bar decor.

DIY Patrón Bottle Cantina String Lights via Melodrama #ArtofPatron

Feeling inspired to create something with your Patrón bottles? Time is almost up, so if you’re going to enter you better get on it quick! The deadline for entries is July 17th. One lucky winner will win $10,000 and nine runners up will win $1,000! Click here to enter. If you need more inspo and want to see what else I’ve made using my Patrón bottles, click here.

This project was sponsored and made possible by Patrón.

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