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    • Windy

      Another upcycling idea: Cut off bottoms of water and soda bottles and paint snowflakes on them. Use hole punch near one edge for hanger...yarn, ribbon, wire, etc. Simple...good craft to work with children of almost any age. Too bad we don't drink soda!! (For the recycled water bottles in food storage)

    • Shannon Smith Fangmeyer

      kids could make - christmas ornaments - from soda bottles or water bottles

    • Bri Wiebe

      Pop bottle/ water bottle plastic bottoms turned into snowflakes

    • Colleen Carter

      bottle snowflakes. Beautiful idea for using bottoms of empty waterbottles.

    • NAMC @ Montessori Teacher Training

      Plastic bottle bottom flowers and snowflakes- what a fantastic idea! Carefully cut and have kids decorate

    • Deborah F W

      "Make it Kid Friendly" Idea: Bottle Snowflake Craft These are bottoms of pop and water bottles, can you believe it? They are beautiful snowflakes that are probably sitting in your recycling bin right now! Let's upcycle them!

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