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Mini Blue Bottles

Posted by akasjs 6 (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 12, 12 at 20:33

The other day I bought a bottle of scented oil at the Dollar Tree and it came in a little cobalt blue glass bottle about 3 inches tall. The label soaked off easily. So far all I have done with it is stick it in with some blue & white dishes I have. The room scent is so-so, but the bottle is cute!


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RE: Mini Blue Bottles

Good score! Maybe you could make one of those cute bottle bugs!


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RE: Mini Blue Bottles

After seeing the post "Using Blue Bottles-Any Pictures?" I am going to look around my house for small bottles.

I have to be honest I never liked the bottle trees it always looked like someone might have a drinking problem and started throwing the bottles out the front door and they happened to land in the trees. Hope I did not offend anyone. Just my opinion.

But those little bottles on a wire pic was really cute.


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