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  • Lisa Applegate

    Plastic bottles can create beautiful cheery flowers with little effort. | Cherry blossom soda bottle painting idea

  • Erin King

    Paint flowers (cherry blossoms) with a pop bottle

  • Rebecca Valdez

    pretty and pink! Cherry blossom tree using base of soda bottle dipped in paint.

  • Melissa Hulse Patton

    Cherry Blossom print from soda bottle art project

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