You will need
- -iron Bank coffee
- -special scissors for metal
- -wooden block
- -lomagne oil
For the housings of lamps use an empty tin can of coffee. It is desirable that it was small in diameter and had an elongated shape. Special metal shears make frequent (0.5 cm) of vertical slots in the upper third of the banks.
Gently tighten each of the second stripe from the outside, to have beautiful curls. The remaining untwisted strips cut along the edge in the form of leaves and fold them to the surface of the jar. You can now paint the future of the oil lamp with the paint on metal, including swirls and leaves. It is desirable to use a more appropriate color, such as bronze.
To make a partition to hold the wick, use the empty jar from under coffee a little bit bigger. You will need her bottom. To cut, cut Bank snips from the top down in half. Now you can easily cut the bottom. In the center make a hole. To do this, take a thin nail and hammer.
Put the bottom into a wooden block. Place the nail exactly in the center and hit it with a hammer. Thus, you get a smooth, thin hole for the wick. To control the amount of oil in the lamp and refill it as needed without removing the baffle, cut the four sides of the small triangles. You should now have a partition in the shape of a cross with a hole in the center. Attach the baffle to the top of the shell of the lamps and bend to the surface of the banks on the outside.
Now you can remove the baffle and insert the wick into the hole. Pour lamp oil into the lamp and insert wall with a wick. To light the oil lamp you will be able after some time to its natural wetting. Or you can dip the wick fully into the oil.
Light a candle, any that does not contain sulfur the source of the fire: flint lighter, a candle, only – no matches. At the same place on the cross and say: In the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy spirit!" and also you can read a special prayer, read at the lighting of the lamps.