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A Bottle Border


The Husband and I like to drink a beer now and then. As for wine, until our anniversary party last September, we rarely popped open a bottle. But, after the party was over, we were left with a bunch of bottles of red, white, and sparkling bubbly. Thank you very much, friends!

A few months ago I saw a video on how to use wine bottles to create a garden border. Now you know why there's a line of bottles growing in our front yard. Giggle.

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  1. Hmm, that is interesting. Sometimes it is embarrassing all the clink clink clink of wine and beer bottles tumbling out of our recycle container into the collection truck.

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  2. doesn't take many friends to drink all the booze

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  3. Wow! I wonder what happens when they start sprouting? :)

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  4. Love the whimsy! Better than dropping them all in the recycle bin and a reminder of a fun party (and fun evenings at home). Have you seen those bottle trees? Made of wine bottles, usually blue ones, and supposed to bring good luck.

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    1. I thought about making a bottle tree, but afraid of the bottles dropping, thus going with something a bit safer. So I did. I have a blue bottle of vodka that will go marching in line once I make some limoncello.

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  5. I love this! You've got a friendly and tipsy little garden.

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    1. That's a great name for this section of the yard--The Tipsy Plot. Thank you much, Jeanna!

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  6. Friends are always helpful with beer and wine bottles :-) to empty them :-)

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Thanks for the good cheer. :-)

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