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Article: Sparkling Bottle Trees: an American craft: nutsfordaylily picture (Learned something new)

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nutsfordaylily wrote:
I know what you mean about the water. I've been to TX several times and didn't like the water at all. There were many things I liked about TX, though.

Okay, so here are some different views of my bottle tree. I guess I have not green or blue ones on there, but I did recently buy a collection of bottles from a yard sale that I will either add to this tree or will start a new tree with. There may have been some colored ones among them. I forgot now, and they're still in the box I got them in.


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