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At home in Mexico wine bottle crafts outdoors

A unique outdoor partition with concrete and wine bottles. Ideal for outdoor showers or if you want a little more privacy. wine bottle crafts outdoors

Yesterday we shared some cool ideas for reusing your old wine bottles in different ways and today I want to give you some more ideas, this time for the outdoors.

The first idea is for gardeners. How do you water your plants when you are away for several days? First, you'll want to rinse your wine bottle and fill it with water. Put a cork in there. Push it down as far as you can. Next, use a nail to make a hole the length of the cork and remove it. Insert the wine bottle upside down into the plant and it will be hydrated for up to 3 days!

There's no summer without mosquitos and various other types of insects, but here's one way to get rid of them - make some tiki torches and citronella candles. Fill your bottles with citronella fuel and add wicks. You can also use craft pebbles as decoration.

Now let's take care of birds. There are several ways to make bird and hummingbird feed troughs with the nose or the bottom of the bottle. Just follow the instructions in the tutorial you want.

Are you partying or partying outdoors? Make hanging vases out of wine bottles, fill them with water and add flowers.

If you have a lot of bottles, you can even use them to build an outside fence. All you have to do is take recycled glass bottles of different colors and put them on steel bars. You can easily do this yourself.

Hanging planters with wine bottles is another cool idea. You need to cut the glass bottle first and since you cannot use soil as a planting medium, use moss or peat. Use a wire or small rope tied just below the bottle threads for hanging.

Wind chimes are cool outdoor decor with adorable sounds, and you can do some with old wine bottles. Hand cut each bottle and sand the edges smooth. After assembling the greyhound, test each one outdoors for durability.

About Warwick

Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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