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Each flower is lovingly handmade using waste plastic drinks bottles collected locally. The bottles are first sandblasted to turn the surface opaque/white. They are then dyed the bold vibrant colours.

The bottles are then hand cut and sculpted into the beautiful decorative forms.

Each flower is handmade to order (this listing is for one flower). When ordering please specify which colours and which style you would like.

Style: choose from photo 5 - Style 1, 2, 3 or 4

Colours: Choose a colour combination from photo 4.

Each flower uses 2 colours and white, which part of the flower is which colour is decided by the designer. If you have specific request for this then please just let me know when ordering.

I hand make all the flowers to order so if you have a different colour combination in mind then just message me before ordering and this can normally be made at no extra charge.

The flower stem is made from stainless steel giving it a lovely shiny metal look which makes a lovely contrast to the colourful plastic. It is just long enough to fit nicely in the average wine bottle, making a fantastic reused vase. Alternatively it can be placed in a plant pot with your other 'normal' flowers or in a vase of your own.

Approx Size: 200mm x 200mm x 400mm tall (8" x 8" x 16") including stem.

Any questions just ask!

Coca Cola recently commissioned Sarah to make many plastic bottle flowers to use as the centre pieces for the prestigious Langham Hotel in London for the duration of the Olympic games. Coca Cola have taken over the hotel for the Olympics for their guests to stay in while they are visiting their hospitality centre at the Olympic Park where Sarah has also made lighting and sculpture for. To see more photos and information about this commission take a look at the Etsy blog: http://www.etsy.com/blog/en/2012/bringing-craft-to-the-olympic-games/

The full range of recycled lighting and decorative items can be seen at www.sarahturner.co.uk


Plastic Bottle Flowers



  • Handmade item
  • Materials: waste plastic drinks bottles, Plastic Bottles
  • Ships worldwide from United Kingdom
  • Feedback: 5 reviews
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