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  • Liberty Nichols

    Ghost Flowers -- Screening, clear plastic bottle bottoms and twinkle lights or tea lights.

  • Mary Riemenschneider

    Ghost Flowers. I did this with screening, clear plastic bottle bottoms and twinkle lights. -another pinner said this, and I can't find the original image and instructions. :-( Probably made with window screening, metal rods and tealight candles.

  • Robin Maker

    Ghost Flowers. It's made with window screening, clear glass bottles and tea lights, mounted on a pole and jabbed into the grass.

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the bottoms of bottles and old glass serving dishes used to make windows.

  • Ron DeMattio

    I saw a set of old glass dishes at a Salvation Arm store- I go in to find dishes for mosaics. These were clear glass and oddly shaped, like rounded triangles. But the bottoms intrigued me with a texture of little pyramids. I hesitated, thinking they'd just go in my pile of 'some day' pieces. I didn't get them, but after looking at this window, I think I could have used silcone glue to attach them to a bigger piece of glass. I do drive my wife crazy as I slow down to look at old windows marked 'free' by the side of the road. She usually says 'do something with all the pieces you already have"

  • Anna Griswold

    Fabulous and imaginative.

  • Penny Hopper

    The artist is Daniel Maher (www.dmstainedglass.com) in Somerville, MA. I saw some his work on Pinterest, contacted him, and commissioned a piece from this Housewares Graveyard series. He is not only talented, but a joy to work with.

  • Ron DeMattio

    Penny, thanks for the link- nice work.

  • Karen Maunder

    OMG - This is one of the most gorgeous sea glass windows I've ever laid eyes on. WOW - and green is my fave color. Absolutely amazing...

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snowflakes made from the bottom of plastic bottles - would be so pretty hanging in the front window

Earings made out of bottoms of plastic bottles

Glass Bottle Window! The bottoms.

Mosaic wine bottle, then turn into a table top torch - another wine bottle idea!

Using trash bags, unused grocery bags and plastic sheets, Pakistani artist Khalil Chishtee creates life-sized figures wracked with emotion. He uses these materials as a metaphor for "recycling our identities" or braving the problems of life.

this is kind of what I envisioned La Llorona to look like... but I won't go any further than that. in fact, I've said too much.....she's probably on her way now to get me! aaahhhhhhh!