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Bottle Terrarium

Recycle a two liter soda bottle into your own Terrarium.

Supplies

Liquid Fusion™ Clear Urethane Glue 
 Marker 
 Pebbles 
 Tumbled glass pieces 
 Scissors 
 Liter bottle 
 Dessert plate 
 Wax paper 
 Terra Cotta pot 
 Low tack masking tape 
 Craft stick

Instructions

Wash and dry liter bottle. Have a parent use scissors to cut bottom fourth from liter bottle.


Line up tumbled glass pieces, small pebbles or driftwood along edge of dessert plate. Pick up a piece and add a drop of Liquid Fusion to back. Press back in place. A small piece of tape can be used to hold in place till dry if needed. Continue with remainder around plate. Let dry.


Place liter bottle, cut edge down, on a piece of waxed paper. Apply a dot of glue to back of smooth pebble then press at cut edge, letting stone rest on waxed paper. Hold in place with tape till dry. Continue around entire bottom of bottle.


Place terra cotta pot upside down on waxed paper. Glue pebbles around edge of pot letting them rest on surface. Hold in place with tape till dry.


To create plant marker, glue a stone at end of craft stick, let dry, then use pen to write what kind of plant it is.


Glue a slightly larger pebble on top of liter bottle to create handle.

This project is reprinted courtesy of ILoveToCreate.com.

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Camp Crafts, Nature Crafts, Recycled Containers and Lids

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