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  • Lori Wise

    Great idea for all for all my old bottles.

  • Natasja Happie

    blue jars with flowers

  • Ari 🎨

    Thinking of filling a tray of different colored glass bottles and putting flowers here and there as decoration on a deck table or dining table or side table...

  • Kristen Nelson

    Absolutely obsessed with glass bottles- I love the idea of flowers in a bunch of little bottles!

  • Laura Shores

    This photo reminds me of exactly what we used for the centerpieces at our wedding! aqua mason jars & bottles, brown & green vintage bottles & pitchers... & queen anne's lace, daisies, & other green & white flowers! Oh, the memories :D

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