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How to Flatten Wine Bottles

by George Lawrence
Imagine that it is either an important anniversary of yours or just a special occasion. You've brought a bottle of wine to enjoy and the night goes pretty well. Rather than throwing the empty wine bottle away, consider saving it as a little memento. If you have access to a kiln, you can "slump" the ...
  • Jon Deeter

    Perfect way to recycle glass #Crafts #DIY #Craft #Recycle #Glass #Bottle #Wine #Melted #Melting #Vase

  • Colette Bell

    Homemade Flattened Glass Bottles- great cheese tray xmas gift idea!! **Everyone needs to drop off wine bottle, or bottles of choice & I will cook, or they can cook bottles at home & decorate here at party, choice is up to individual** I'll provide copper wire if I flatten here.

  • Cindy Cranford

    DIY Homemade Flattened Glass Bottles tutorial

  • Lindsay Zastrow

    DIY Wind Chimes With Glass Bottles | eHow

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