by Nan

Bottle Tree

This is my bottle.

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  • Sandy Lueker
    on Jul 17, 2013

    Where do they sell the pre made metal trees for bottle trees? I've never seen them and would like to make one..

  • Jinny Wilson
    on May 31, 2014

    I sell driftwood and cedar tree trunks are a hot item for those wanting to make their own bottle trees. Drill holes at an angle, insert welding rods or cut rebar (Lowe's carries pieces in shorter lengths in the garden section) and all there's left to do is drink wine and place the empty bottles on the tree. Anchor your tree in a large clay pot, fill half-way with rocks, add soil and flowers. Done! :)

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