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Glass Pill Bottle Mini-Centerpiece

Peter Hoang & Nerissa Goco : Glass Pill Bottle Mini Centerpiece

Finding imaginative vessels to display our garden clippings is always a joy. We found these vintage-looking glass bottles at Ruby Dog’s Art House, near Kingsway and Fraser. They were in a section with test tubes and petri-dishes, so I assume the little bottles are for pills or medicine. In any case, they were a steal at 35¢ a piece. The only catch is that vessels this small, even when filled with water, are really light. They’ll topple over if the clippings they hold aren’t as light as a feather. Pictured from left to right are: (1) a sprig of mint, (2) buds from an unknown shrub, (3) bamboo leaves, (4) chive flower, (5) berries from an unknown shrub. Thanks in advance, if you can ID numbers 2 and 5 for us.

4 comments

  1. alli/hooray says:

    I’m no help at identifying the two unknowns, but I love this idea + it looks incredible!

  2. ReadyMade says:

    Glass Pill Bottle Mini-Centerpiece http://bit.ly/9LfSth by @manmadediy, via great blog @thenewdomestic
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