Win a Generation Green (g2) Bottle Cutter and All Four Bottle Art Kits

Bottle Art KitsEarth Day is right around the corner, how will you celebrate? We are celebrating by giving you a chance to win a Generation Green (g2) Bottle Cutter and all four Generation Green Bottle Cutter Kits!

Whoever said it isn’t easy being green? Stop tossing those glass bottles in the trash and start your Earth Day Crafting by upcycling! It’s simple with the Generation Green (g2) Bottle Cutter. Made from recycled aluminum (making it Earth friendly too), the g2 is lightweight and allows you to easily score and separate discarded bottles and wide-mouth jars in 3 steps. Using the g2 Bottle Cutter you can celebrate Earth Day all year round by turning old glass bottles and jars into glass sculptures, vases, lamps shades, drinking glasses or votive holders.

Create the ideal environment for growing and watering any type of plant with the 3-in-1 Plant Keeper, for all the keepsakes you treasure – a special photo, a dried flower, concert or theatre tickets, vacation trinkets, cards and letters keep them close at hand and inside a unique Keepsake Bottle, add a dancing glow and a warm ambience to any room or outdoorG2 Bottle Cutter space with a Glass Luminary or create colorful and whimsical Wind Chimes from recycled bottles and jars.

Enter our Earth Day Contest from now until April 21, 2013 by leaving us a comment on this blog post telling us what you plan to create with the g2 Bottle Cutter, go to our Pinterest page and check out our Creative Corner to find some great ideas! We will pick a winner at random on Earth Day, April 22, 2013! Exciting news like this is hard to keep to yourself, so feel free to pass this contest on to your friends.

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26 thoughts on “Win a Generation Green (g2) Bottle Cutter and All Four Bottle Art Kits

  1. Wow – I could make lights, windchimes, wine glasses, candle holders, mugs, so many possibilities!!! Pick me! Pick me!!

  2. My hairdresser has been collecting wine bottles from her clients for months now. I literally have 100s of bottles. Unfortunately, they are stored in my husband’s workshop and he is threatening to throw them out unless I do something with them. It had always been my intention to cut them and have tried other methods but alas none has worked. I would love to make candle holders, chimes, moasaics and sell them at craft fairs.

  3. I would be able to create all kinds of things with this! Haven’t had much luck trying to cut bottles myself!

  4. I would love to win this! I have been wanting a bottle cutter for some time now. I would like to make some candle holders and wind chimes.

  5. Oh man, the possibilities are endless. I’ve wanted one of these for a while now. I would make wind chimes, candle holders, art and decor….I have sooooo many ideas. Thanks for giving us a chance to win it. 🙂 Eeeekkkk…so excited!!!

  6. I would love to have a glass/bottle cutter like this. I would be able to make so many things! I’ve just remodeled my bathroom and need decorations/vases, sculptures to put on top of my linen closet.

  7. I love the colours of bottles. I’d love to cut and make my own glass tiles. I see funky windchimes, mobiles even mosaic tiles. How stunning!

  8. I want to make a set of mosaic glasses and a wmobile. Today’s my birthday and this would be a fantastic gift for me!! Hope I win…

  9. The first thing I want to make is a set of glasses with the Absolut bottles I saved for this exact thing.

  10. I really want to make tumblers, glasses, and vases out of bottles. I’ve tried the “string” method and can’t seem to get an even break. So I can’t wait to get a bottle cutter! Lots of other neat ideas too I’ll try!

  11. I am so into glass crafts… I make wine bottle night lights and would love to try doing some windchimes, glasses, the possibilites would be endless. I would love to win!

  12. I’ve been wanting to do EVERYTHING! I make beer bottle glasses but I want to do more with wine bottles from vases to using the bottoms of the bottles for paving stones and garden accents. I love love love cutting glass. To those using the ‘string method’ please don’t! it’s unnecessarily dangerous when a good bottle cutter and the hot and cold water method will save you many many headaches and you get such a cleaner break!

  13. I just saw a picture of a “fence” made with bottles. I assume it was bottles cut then threaded onto some dowelling and thence built into a frame. Sorry for the double posting but this idea just lights my fire. Oh, another idea: a wine bottle candelabra! These cutters would change my life!

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