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Some People Just Throw Plastic Bottles Away, Others Make This...

Some People Just Throw Plastic Bottles Away, Others Make This...
Practically everyone drinks soda and if you are someone who prefers 2 liter bottles, you may have mounds of plastic to throw away at the end of the month. Instead of throwing out those bottles, why not do something creative? People are increasingly creating different ways of reducing the damage we are causing to the planet bringing intelligent ideas about recycling and reusing daily objects. Vertical Garden Chandelier Broom Beautiful Mosaic From Caps Left By Hurricane Sandy Spoon Lamp Jewelry Stand Cherry Blossom Paint Stamp Parking Canopy Bouquet Lamp Christmas Tree Cute Planters Intricate Bottle Vase Durable Purse Sci-Fi Rocket Jet Pack Hanging Chandelier Lake Boat Pencil/Marker Organizers Solar Light Bulb Ottoman Seat Curtain Bottle Cap Decoration Bird Feeder Napkin Ring

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