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    • Emily17
      CommentAuthorEmily17
      Got married 3 years ago
      Posted: Jun 23rd 2016
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    What size fishbowls are you using?

    I have seen these that I like but they are 14cm at widest point and I think that is far too small but they all seem about this size.

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    Haven't looked at the plain clear ones yet but I wanted something a bit different if I could.

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    • NicoleW665
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    what will it be used for?

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    • Emily17
      CommentAuthorEmily17
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    putting flowers in. I have ordered some to see what they are like and wanted to get a vase to get an image of the full thing. I was thinking of having it relatively full of flowers. with LED lights in so the light would shine through.

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    • NicoleW665
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    hmm, would floating flowers or floating candles be better? im just thinking with it not having clear sides a lot of the flowers would be hidden and wasted

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    • AnikaM60
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    I love the floating flower idea. I thought about floating candles myself but then thought it would loose its effect after its all burned up. Those are pretty small like you said.mi bought some plastic ones from the pound shop for our day sweet cart and they're 22inchs at Their largest point and some glass ones from b&m which are 24inches at largest point
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    • Emily17
      CommentAuthorEmily17
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    Anika, Were the Glass ones a plain glass?

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    • brilly
      CommentAuthorbrilly
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    the ones with the mirror on you wouldnt be to see through them have you thought of maybes doing your own and doing just the base the mirrored effect? that way you can use the larger bowls?

    Anika have a look at the battery powered floating led lights hun:)

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    • CommentAuthorSamanthaW362
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    floating candles!! great idea
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    • AnikaM60
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    Yes just a plain glass.mill be using them for flowers and soil beads. Thank you billy. Will defo look into that
 
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