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STEP ONE

Pop the cork top of your glass bottle and place a small amount of dirt inside. You should have enough to surround the roots of your plant but not so much that it won’t have room to breathe.

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STEP TWO

Carefully insert your seedling into the bottle, with tweezers if necessary. To remove dirt smears, use a chopstick or toothpick wrapped with some tissue paper.

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STEP THREE

Replace the stopper and attach a jump ring to the eye loop on top.

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STEP FOUR

Thread your bottle charm onto your chain.

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STEP FIVE

Sprinkle your plant with a little water once a week to keep your plant green and healthy.

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