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    • Leen Meylemans

      Bottle trees originated in the Congo. Slaves who came to America hung up these glass bottles because they believed that they captured spirits. The bottle trees make a strange hollow noise when the wind blows through them. The people who made them believed that these were the spirits yelling to get out.

    • Bronwen Parker

      Bottle Trees at Bottle Ranch on Route 66 California. This is an AMAZING place to visit, there are so many bottle trees!!!

    • Bobbi Lewin

      more bottle trees http://www.thedailytelecraft.com/2011/09/eye-candy-bottle-trees.html

    • Sherrie Klein

      bottle trees for garden art - I have a great bottle tree in my yard. Makes me smile

    • Clare Delaney

      Bottle Trees. Solves the question of what to do with those empty wine bottles. :-)

    • Shell Syue

      The Daily Telecraft: Eye Candy: Bottle Trees

    • Tiffany Howe

      I love.....bottle art

    • Maria N

      Bottle garden

    • Kim Fermanich

      BottleTrees

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