Beat summer holiday boredom and transform a plastic bottle into a cute kitty planter. Just add seeds or a potted plant and the kids can watch it grow – a purrrfect activity for rainy days.

DIY recycled bottle cat planter

Beat summer holiday boredom and transform a plastic bottle into a cute kitty planter. Just add seeds or a potted plant and the kids can watch it grow – a purrrfect activity for rainy days.

Coka Cola in Germany, apparently you can stand a spoon up in it. As well I want to see Auschwitz.

Did an Antiques Dealer Find a Copy of Coca-Cola's Secret Recipe?

Coka Cola in Germany, apparently you can stand a spoon up in it. As well I want to see Auschwitz.

Plant Bottle Coca-Cola Agency: Saatchi-Saatchi Copenhagen Client: Coca-Cola Creative team: Rune Petersen & Johan Køhler

Plant Bottle Coca-Cola Agency: Saatchi-Saatchi Copenhagen Client: Coca-Cola Creative team: Rune Petersen & Johan Køhler

Coca Cola Bottles Germany HNG Hildesheim Bottling Plant Coca Cola Bottle Paper…

Coca Cola bottles GERMANY HNG Hildesheim bottling plant coca cola bottle paper

Coca Cola Bottles Germany HNG Hildesheim Bottling Plant Coca Cola Bottle Paper…

The New Coca-Cola Life Uses Stevia Sweetener Instead of Sugar #drinks trendhunter.com

Green Plant-Based Sodas

The New Coca-Cola Life Uses Stevia Sweetener Instead of Sugar #drinks trendhunter.com

Beautiful Illustrations For Coca-Cola’s New Plant-Based Bottle

Beautiful Illustrations For Coca-Cola’s New Plant-Based Bottle

Party & barter – benefit Nassau art teachers scholarship fund – Coca Cola Plant, Rockville Centre. (1939)

Party & barter – benefit Nassau art teachers scholarship fund – Coca Cola Plant, Rockville Centre. (1939)

1960's RETRO wooden Coca-Cola Shelf. These shelves are truly green. The top and sides are made from reclaimed lumber from an actual Coca-Cola Bottling plant that closed down during the 1960's.

Details about Coca-Cola Wooden Wall Display Shelf - crafted from original 1960's soda cases

1960's RETRO wooden Coca-Cola Shelf. These shelves are truly green. The top and sides are made from reclaimed lumber from an actual Coca-Cola Bottling plant that closed down during the 1960's.

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