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  • Amanda DeAnda

    Cherry Blossom Tree art from recycled soda bottle and paint!

  • Leda Lorenzo

    amazing idea for a cherry blossom tree painting

  • Shelly Mattson Butcher

    use an empty soda bottle as a flower stamp, quickly and easily creating her own sakura blossom picture in just minutes. It's pretty enough to frame and hang on the wall, but simple enough for children to master! [how to make easy cherry blossom art] Project estimate: Poster board, on hand or $0.50 Paint, on hand or $1 and up Empty soda bottle, on hand

  • deb Pellerin

    2 L pop bottle - painting cherry blossom tree

  • Jacie Unpingco

    Pop bottle art. Cherry blossom tree.

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