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Lisa Tarala onto Very Cool, I learned about these trees from reading "On Folly Beach." One of the main characters made them for a living. I saw my first and only one in front of a folk art museum in Enterprise, AL. Originally slaves from the Congo brought them to the US because the noises the bottles made when the wind blew were thought to keep the evil spirits away.
How to Turn the Bottom of a Plastic Bottle Into Flowers!
Oh so clever! Cut around the bottom grooves of a soft drink bottle so that you have one piece that looks kinda like a flower. Punch some holes, or use a hot needle to make holes. Gather some string, fishing line, dental floss, or those metal craft rings. String them together and VIOLA! You have an instant wall hanging, doorway curtain... then add lights!