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  • April

    lightbulb water gardens recycling crafts DIY

  • Jesse Selin

    Light bulb garden. I like this. But it occurs to me that this is totally not a good idea with compact fluorescent bulbs.

  • Ashley Kantonen

    Lightbulbs and water plants. . . ooooh. . .such a cool idea

  • TheGreenGleam

    Love this idea lightbulb terrariums --- get these bulbs while you can, the US govt is phasing them out in January 2014. Soon all we will have left are flourescent curly bulbs, and those aren't as much fun for craft projects.

  • Holly Hamblin Worden

    more DIY light bulb ideas

  • Nicole Duverge

    light bulb water gardens - what a cute idea!

  • Karla Carnahan

    hanging terrarium - this is a cute idea... light bulb moment! lol

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Love this idea lightbulb terrariums --- get these bulbs while you can, the US govt is phasing them out in January 2014. Soon all we will have left are flourescent curly bulbs, and those aren't as much fun for craft projects.

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