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In this tutorial, I hope to show you how to make an earring tree from plastic soda bottles. Its a quick, easy and cheap way to recycle some old plasti...
What you will need:1. Several empty plastic soda bottles with the "flower" type bottom. 2. At least one of your bottles's side should be completely sm...
1. Wash your bottles.2. Take off the labels.3. Using your serrated knife, make a slit in the side of the bottle just above the "flower bottom"4. Cut a...
1.On your "smooth bottle" take your thumbtack and puncture a row of holes about a cm apart. Go around the whole of the bottle.2. make as many rows a...
The bottle who's top was cut off will come into play now. It will be the base.1. Feed the "smooth bottle" into the bottle that still has it's bottom....
1. Take two flower bottoms of approximately the same size and look at the size of one of the "petals"2. Mark the size of said petals on opposite sides...
You're finished! Now you can put hoop and dangle earrings in the rows of holes you've made, and use the trays to hold stud earrings and other in-sundr...
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