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A great way to brighten up your day!
This is a fun and easy way to add some color into your life.

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  • How to make a plastic bottle model. Water Bottle Flower - Step 1
    Step 1

    First, cut the top of a water or soda bottle into a dome, then cut some strips down to the nose of the bottle.

  • How to make a plastic bottle model. Water Bottle Flower - Step 2
    Step 2

    Flop the petals back, and on the opposite side of the nose (which in case you haven't noticed is where you screw on the top) hot glue the cap on. Then, color your flower.

  • How to make a plastic bottle model. Water Bottle Flower - Step 3
    Step 3

    Then roll a piece of construction paper into a roll, and stick it into the nose of the bottle.

  • How to make a plastic bottle model. Water Bottle Flower - Step 4
    Step 4

    Then add embellishments and color the cap and voila! You have a beautiful flower that never dies!

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Jackie D.
Jackie D. · La Cañada Flintridge, California, US · 5 projects
if you roll a small enough flash light in the construction paper i bet it'd make an amazing flashlight; maybe an even better fire hazard! haha, sounds like funn
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moonfae
moonfae · Sunrise, Florida, US · 12 projects
ooh it's not lit up it's just brightly colored in the middle haha! very awesome. I shall have to find some green paper and make one myself.
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moonfae
moonfae · Sunrise, Florida, US · 12 projects
Cool! what did you use for the light inside?
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Alyssa :)
Alyssa :) · 24 projects
Green construction paperHappy
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PJ F.
PJ F. · Fort Valley, Virginia, US
rad flower! What did you use for the stem?
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Ariel Greenwood
Ariel Greenwood · Lake Elsinore, California, US · 108 projects
Wow! I have never seen one of these before, and I am defenitly going to follow your how-to and make one! How did you get the idea for it?
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Ariel Greenwood
Ariel Greenwood · Lake Elsinore, California, US · 108 projects
Wow! I have never seen one of these before, and I am defenitly going to follow your how-to and make one! How did you get the idea for it?
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Alyssa :)
Alyssa :) · 24 projects
Thanks for the favoritesHappy
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scrapples
scrapples · Yelm, Washington, US · 16 projects
this is a really neat idea, i will have to try it.
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