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Extreme Christmas Tree Made of 400 Mountain Dew Cans

by , 12/24/10
filed under: Recycled Materials

mountain dew, mountain dew christmas tree, green christmas tree, recycled christmas tree, holiday tree, upcycled christmas tree, green design, eco design, sustainable design, david barshow

In an act of extreme holiday recycling, David Barshow and his friends put together this one of a kind Christmas tree made of approximately 400 cans of Mountain Dew. It took them three months to drink all of the soda and four days of meticulous building, but we think the finished product speaks for itself. The only other materials they used were PVC pipe for the trunk, construction markers for the branches, and a drill to get the constructions flags into the PVC pipe – oh, and we can’t forget the illuminated green Mountain Dew bottle that tops the tree off.

+ Mountain Dew Tree

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