Try to see what they look light with a light inside them. If it looks good buy a led garland and put a led in each bottle.
Here is a suggestion. Fill the bottle with water and freeze them. They can be use as ice paks for little hands. the school where I work use them for scraps, bumps and bruises.
I use mine for storage of small craft items, rubber bands, etc. But I took a large amount to the veterinarian - asked first.
Yes. These are great fo many uses. Sequins, safety pins, straight pins, tacks, Few dollars or change for vending machines, toll booths, car wash, Etc. beads, jewelry, bit of Epson salts or bath salts or bubble bath, shampoo & conditioner, facial wash-when traveling, stick matche, -but you'll need a strip of the part to scratch on to light it.
Other craft things-bits of string or ribbon, jewels, stickers, charms, earring backs, or hooks, buttons, snaps, pin backs, household hooks & small magnets, screws, nails, nuts & bolts, cone inscense, postage stamps, fresh herbs & spices, cake sprinkles, cake decor dots. I bet you can think of some more! The possibilities are endless with small things.
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