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At 3:07pm on November 28, 2013, Miss Chi V. Us (Kim S) said…

Hi. I know the post is REALLY old, but any chance you still have a 52 oz globe for sale? Thanks!

At 7:20am on May 7, 2011, Kelly said…
Hey, you're on halloweenforum too, right?
At 5:55am on April 23, 2011, Kelly said…
No kidding about being "normal..."  I always feel just a bit weird tho when I open the door tot he Fed Ex guy and he sees the huge alien torso coming out of the wall and the skulls hanging from the stair railing!!  Well, okay, not really.  I just thought I'd take a stab at normalcy!
At 3:14pm on February 24, 2010, Chupacabra said…
Sounds awesome! You got lucky with that tin. It is hard to find the right size to fit these unusual bottles. I saw some plastic bushings @ Lowes today that would snap into the hole in your tin to protect your cord from the sharp edges. You probably already know about these. I am going to try them on some of my lamps. Watch out for the Gorilla Glue or you will be walking around with a Lava Skull in your hand for good. LOL. That is some of the strongest glue I have ever seen. Keep up the good work.
At 5:50pm on February 21, 2010, Chupacabra said…
With an imagination like yours I'm sure you will pick a good color. Probably some new color combination. I will be watching for your skull. Any ideas for your base? The bottom of my Crystal Skull is square.
At 5:24pm on December 15, 2009, ☆VixenGypsy☆ said…
LOL... DOH! Thanks for the double pics... funny!
At 8:46pm on October 17, 2009, jerrell maxwell said…
I am interrested in some of you globes and bases. Let me know what you have and an idea what you would have to have for them including shipping.

thanks 6' looking forward to hearing from you.
jMaxwell
At 9:52am on October 17, 2009, Lars said…
ya.. that's it alright.. very nice job Bert, thanks.. lemme know the $$ details.

thanks..

glad I figured this out... sheesh. you can leave pics in COMMENTS!! who knew.
At 3:37pm on October 12, 2009, Joe (LARRY) B said…
Hi "Bert", and thanks a bunch for the link to this cool site. Your lamps are really something, you have a lot of talent! (love your license plate "U R NXT") You werent the little girl on the MUNSTERS (1313 MOCKINGBIRD LANE) on the tv show way back when--or any relation to the Addams family, are ya? (or is my AGE showing ;) Cant wait for the red skull and that second Steelers lamp (goooo Steelers! <--this from a Cleve., OH born guy...SHHH!)

Joe (I mean "Larry the LUNATIC" ;)
At 9:44pm on August 12, 2009, kevin pedro said…
well when u do just send me the link :)
At 8:37am on August 7, 2009, wayne dwops said…
hi man if you were wondering about the arrow lamp i got is at khols for around twenty bucks. oh and it doesnt come in blue it comes in green i just swithed them all around.
At 11:47am on July 28, 2009, Jonny Magma said…
All of our lamps are giant. Check out www.magmatower.com to see more pics.
At 7:31pm on June 22, 2009, Jemari Savir said…
Hi www.6-ft-under.com, thanks for the welcome. I do appreciate it. You lamps are beautiful. So many wonderful colors, shapes, and sizes. Wow!!! Thanks so much for sharing.
At 5:06pm on May 27, 2009, David said…
Hey there! I'll get some more fossil pics posted for ya! 100 pics?? Wow, I've got to get cracking!! David ;O
At 8:51am on April 29, 2009, IdOrU 02 said…
Waowww... I'm so jealous about your night Yellow/green. IT was a picture like this that drove me into lava lamps some years ago. I tried to copy that with Mathmos lamps without any luck at all!
At 7:47am on April 14, 2009, Jennifer said…
Hey Bert! Just wondering if you ever tried to make your own wax? I'm still making some, it's kind of hit or miss, but what a challenge! Have a good day!
At 7:59am on March 29, 2009, Jennifer said…
I checked out your ebay items and I've been stalking your glitter with the candle! Where in the world did you find it? It's so unusual!
At 9:22am on March 28, 2009, Jennifer said…
Don't be nervous, this recipe is so easy. I do one cup of each ingredient. It never truly hardens in the container that you store it in so all you have to do is stir it and it will pour right into a globe. Color it and then heat it on the lamp for a while (I think this might help all the ingredients to merge) and then I like to put it in the fridge for a while, it helps harden up the wax so I can pour the water in. Then continue on as usual, like I said-it takes a lot of salt compared to regular wax. Feel free to ask questions, I try to keep up on here regularly, just comment on my page so I'll get an email warning. Good luck!
At 8:51am on March 28, 2009, Jennifer said…
Now that's gorgeous wax, I love the flows on both of these. It's just hard to perfect it sometimes-soap is so iffy! I have tried a couple of time with glitter lamps, and I have given up-it takes a lot for me to give up on these lamps-I'm a pit bull until I get it right! I could not get anything to happen. I heard to use pure perk, but it is so toxic, when I mix up my goo and add the perk, I have to put a towel over my mouth and nose and pour outside! I even bought a glitter off ebay and tried to use it's liquid, but I guess I didn't get the correct glitter. I'm sticking to the goo until someone comes up with a better recipe for glitter! Do you make your own goo? Your light bulb picture is so amazing. Surely that is not a real light bulb?
At 8:30am on March 28, 2009, Jennifer said…
The hot rocks was orginally neon yellow with blue water. I added lava world cream colored wax. It is actually my avatar pic. I loved the flow on it but it clouded and so I started over with the liquid, hoping to keep the same flow. Oh well. It's really hit or miss to get the little bubbles like I prefer.

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