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Looking for a little different Christmas tree this year? Check out this tree made using wood dowels and Perrier bottles! How-to video above.
A year ago on vacation at Walt Disney World, we spotted a really neat piece of art at the Epcot Food and Wine festival. We took pictures and thought it would make a great DIY project one day. That day has come! I used this as inspiration for the Christmas tree version I made.
Using a 5/8" spade bit, drill holes where all the bottles will go. Use a drill or impact driver for this. It's best to do this in the garage and clamp your round to another board or table while you drill.
And a quick tip: to remove the labels from the Perrier bottles I put them in the dish washer and made sure the heat cycle was off. Right when they where done, I opened the dish washer and the steam makes the labels fall right off the bottles!
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FYI: We are not professionals, and we don’t claim to be. This is what we found worked for our project. Yours may need a little different approach. Safety first!
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