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Michelle Rolfe

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If you are into arts or into planting, then this is the best thing for you. Aside from recycling you can also put paint on it and be creative. This quarantine got me so bored and our bin for bottles is full cause there is no collector of junk, so I decided to do something about it.

The materials that you needed are plastic bottles, of course some root or plant if you want to transfer it; then optional - paint for the design

-- Think green --

 

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Wow, reminds me of our project during elementary

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  • Root Admin

Very attractive designs too! What kind of paint did you use?

You could even sell those things! :)

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  • Root Admin

And don't forget to make a hole in the bottom, for drainage. (But I'm sure that you have already thought of that!)

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On 5/4/2020 at 8:01 PM, smb said:

And don't forget to make a hole in the bottom, for drainage. (But I'm sure that you have already thought of that!)

yes po meron na haha

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