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  • Eske Nicholson

    I WOULD LOVE to do this for the walls of an outdoor BAR! Follow the photo-link to find out how to create your own glass bottle wall. gardening

  • Lyndsey Clark

    Easy DIY Recycled Glass Bottles Ideas With Recycled Bottle Fence Decor, Design & IdeasMatGoz.Com : MatGoz.Com

  • Mary Easton

    Keep those wine bottles. Bottle Space Divider/ outdoor privacy screen/ garden decor--COOL! Drill hole in each bottle and line them up. #reuse #recycle glass bottles

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