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20 Ideas To Recycle Empty Wine Bottles

20 Ideas To Recycle Empty Wine Bottles You’re a big wine drinker and have plenty of leftover wine bottles? What do you do with them? Do you put them in a recycle bin and let them disappear in a furnace? I’m sure we can do more than that and we can transform them in useful, decorative …

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How to Easily Cut Glass Bottles

How to Easily Cut Glass Bottles You may have seen vases made from bottles and wondered how they cut the glass. The process is simple, and with a few steps you can have other people wondering about your glass creations! There are many reasons you may want to cut glass. Glass would be better to …

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Build A Green House From Plastic Bottles

Build A Green House From Plastic Bottles Recycling pop bottles into a greenhouse is a great way to save money if you are looking to buy a green house and this the cost is to high then why not go to this nearly free version. Just get your friends and family to save all the …

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45 Ideas Of How To Recycle Plastic Bottles

45 Ideas Of How To Recycle Plastic Bottles DIY recycling projects are always cool, especially when you can turn your trash into something new and useful Are you a fan of sustainable design?  Then, you’ll love these ideas about ways to creatively recycle plastic bottles! From bird-feeders to igloos, or decorative lamps to outdoor canopies, …

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13 Ways To Reuse Wine Bottles In Your Garden

13 Ways To Reuse Wine Bottles In Your Garden Even if you’re not a big drinker, wine bottles can stack up fast. You can certainly recycle them, but they’re such a great shape that it almost seems a pity to just get rid of them with the week’s recycling. So why not try adding something …

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22 Weird & Wonderful Things To Make Out Of Old Bottles & Cartons

22 Weird & Wonderful Things To Make Out Of Old Bottles & Cartons  Even if you dont drink out of bottles or cartons very often, they can still stack up fast. You can certainly recycle them, but they’re such a great shape that it almost seems a pity to just get rid of them with the …

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