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I first made these in Girl Scouts and later with a nursing home group I volunteer with. They are a great way to recycle and adorable to make.

Posted by Gertie from U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, United States • Published See Gertie's 52 projects »
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  • How to decorate a bottle vase. Bleach Bottle Pig Planter - Step 1
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    Make sure the bleach bottle is completely clean, otherwise IT WILL kill any plants.

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adriannedd
adriannedd · Tigard, Oregon, US
Love, love, love.
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Gertie
Gertie · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 52 projects
I can't wait to see some of your versions!
JulianKinsaleVA
JulianKinsaleVA
Love These are so cute. I'm going to try this as soon as my bottle of bleach is empty. Gertie, are you a cadet, or a professor? My ex husband and I met at USAFA back in the 70's where we both worked. He worked in the office of the Dean and I worked in the office of the Commandant. We were married in the cadet chapel. Also, my brother graduated from there, class of '74, so I have lots of fond memories from there.

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Gertie
Gertie · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 52 projects
i love recycling projects! glad you like these.
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Sarah
Sarah · Erfurt, Thuringia, DE · 110 projects
what a great idea!
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Jet H.
Jet H. · Haarlem, North Holland, NL · 108 projects
funny, and yes that's curtainly necessary to m ake them really good clean.
like it because i'm using at the moment all my empty botles too for projects.
awesome idea, thank you for the how to and sharing.
think i must search for an other kind of botle in holland we don't have those for bleech.LOL
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