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Bottle Ideas

Posted by delta9dave 6-7-8 (My Page) on
Fri, Dec 10, 10 at 11:59

Any ideas of what to do with thes bottles? I have 5 of them.

Here is a link that might be useful: Bottles


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I've seen people put white lights in them. Naturally, you would have to drill a hole in the back for the cord to run through, but I bet they'd be pretty!


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Sure. Wrap them carefully and send them to me. :)


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Kirkus had a great craft awhile back where they cut the bottom half off the bottles, then strung them together somehow to create a bottle windchime; was very cool!

Or what about hummingbird feeders?

Here is a link that might be useful: Shabby Garden Creations


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http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTk1QKkCZYDmfXMG0Fel1Xv3AZnPXELBeIuEhpcAF8SuH7KDLtp>


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more Bottle Ideas


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I like bottle trees but didn't seem to fit for me...so I used a few for a bottle fence by my garden shed & gate this summer:

Bottle Fence w/Fern 9.10

Here's a close-up:

Blue Bottles w/Lazer Stars 9.10

Have fun with yours! Jeanne S.


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my answer is on conversation side

LIL

Here is a link that might be useful: converstion side link to answer


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The bottle chair is remarkable!! strawberrygoat - any more info on thi?? I want one BAD.

jeannepines - love your fence/gate!


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The possibilities are endless !!! WOW !

I love those blue bottles ....


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All the blue bottle diplays are awesome. The green bottle tree would be beautiful with lights up the middle and shining thru. I'd like more details on how that was assembled! And info on that cool chair would be just great


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