DIY Wine Bottle Fence. Use a diamond drill to make holes in the bottles and thread them on poles. Great idea for a room divider as well.
This summer -- Make a container garden for growing cucumbers, tomatoes, etc. in rubbermaid tubs. Great idea if you live in an apartment or just don't have the yard space.
Growing herbs in containers: galvanized bucket, plenty of drainage holes, clay pot shards in the bottom, filled with Organic Miracle Grow
Use drill to make holes. Scoop seeds out of the bottom, not top.
These would be incredibly simple to make: Drill holes in wood, fill holes with glue gun and insert large twigs, let dry. Attach battery
Home-made tufted headboard made using peg board so you don't have to drill holes! Great idea.
need R to drill holes in a piece of wood and hand E some pipe cleaner to make her own rainbows
Great idea for a large back yard: Use your solar lights. They aren't just for the ground! Take a 2x4 and cut them into squares to fit the existing fence posts. Using galvanized screws - not nails - to screw a "L" bracket to the underneath base. Then on top, screw on the stake.
Great use of leftover old bricks.... just stack them up and lay piece of wood on top and then lay a saucer on top. Great weekend project. Make more permanent with concrete base, mortar.
Just drill holes...so much easier than carving...might have to try this
Growing Peppers - These are easiest plants to grow whether on ground, or containers, indoors or outdoors. Its vivid colors make it a great
Reuse Lysol wipes containers to hold Target bags - great idea to make one to keep trash bags in the bathroom
2 liters of 7UP and 2 tubs of rasberry sherbert (so just equal parts!) I make this for parties and its always a winner!
Throw in some
2 liters of 7UP and 2 tubs of raspberry sherbert (so just equal parts!)
Throw in some lemons, oranges and grapefruit slices too. Great
2 liters of 7UP and 2 tubs of rasberry sherbert (so just equal parts!)
She threw in some lemons, oranges and grapefruit slices
to make it
Anna Jour's hollow bead - use paper tissues for the base - make a tight paper ball , then cover with clay, make holes and bake. After
Polymer Clay Creations
Lettuce & Ornamentals: Use unique containers like vintage wooden boxes and buckets as container gardens. Be sure to drill drainage holes before planting. This variety of planters is filled with a mix of edibles, like lettuce, and decoratives, like marigolds and geraniums.