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Simple recycling project


Material

  • 4 Glass bottles
  • 1 can All purpose thinners
  • 1 Rag
  • 1 Bunch Flowers

Method

  1. Remove all labels from your bottles.
    For stubborn labels soak in a sink of hot water. When water cools to warm use a scourer to scrub off label.
  2. Once you have removed the labels and the bottles are dry, moisten a section of the rag with the thinners and rub off any date marks or use by date stamps.
    Wash the surface with warm soapy water to remove residue.
  3. Fill with a little water in each bottle.
    Place long stemmed flowers as you desire.




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  • isabeau
    • 15 Mar 2014
      10:11 pm

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  • Looks very effective all the same kind of bottle

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  • Place coloured stones inside for extra wham factor. Or paint, or even stick things on to decorate

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  • They would make your table beautiful with those flowers in them

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  • Even covering with laminate would make them look cool

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  • Beautiful looking vases – they would look lovely on a hall table.

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  • lovely recycling. There are some beautiful bottles out there to use.

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  • You can never have too many vases! They look great!

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  • these look really cute..I have a few at my place

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  • A brilliant idea! Thanks for sharing!

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  • So nice! What a great idea! Thanks for sharing this!

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  • I can never find the right size vase … now i can!

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  • Our family loves recycling; simple, decorative beauty to truly treasure so thanks for sharing!.

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  • Reminds me of when I was a student and used to use wind bottles as vases and candle holders.

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  • i have a lucky bamboo growing in a champagne bottle in my kitchen and it’s beautiful and people always make a point to mention it

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  • A cute affordable rustic look for the home. Thanks for sharing.

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