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Light bulb air plant topiary

What would you do with and abundance of air plants and a burnt out light bulb? Here is what I did. [caption id="attachment_80" align="alignnone" width="410" caption="Light bulb air plant topiary"]Light bulb air plant topiary[/caption] I removed the top as well as the internal portions of the light bulb - (Click here for how to) - blinged it up a bit, etched some daises on the top portion and added some crushed shells and pebbles. I live on the beach in South FL. so shells are in abundance.   I grabbed some air plants from a tree in my back yard - another plentiful material in S. FL, and added it to my light bulb vase. I place my topiary on top of (in) the cover of a spice jar ( used the last of the curry powder yesterday - had curried chicken for dinner). Then I figured, why not make a table-scape? [caption id="attachment_88" align="alignnone" width="450" caption="Table-Scape"][/caption] My mini Cactus need to be re-potted and I had the 'glass pear' sitting in my garage - I got it at Tuesday Mornings - it was $3.99.  I had no idea what I was going to do with it when I made the purchase, but then I came across Viva Terra (love them) and the rest is ... xoxo Al

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