Plastic Jug Ideas
Take a milk jug or a water bottle and then take a needle and light the tip and poke ten holes then take the cap off and pore waterin it
Holiday lights using milk jugs & large C9 string of lights. Great for driveways & sidewalks. We filled jugs 1/2 full with water, which froze and then reflected the colored lights.
I made these with permanent market & a white milk jug for the ghost, a blue water jug for frankenstein & a trick or treating bucket from Walmart for .50 cents, add Christmas lights or glow sticks & u have perfect cheap Halloween decor for kids!!!
Use milk jugs to make Halloween monsters. Add glow sticks and fill with water to help illuminate and keep weighted down or poke a hole in the bottom and string lights through.
Seed sowing in the snow. Here in chilly zone 5b, she starts all of her perennials, hardy annuals, and even certain vegetables in January and February, with no grow lights, no heat mats, and no seed-starting kits
Super easy lighted Pumpkin...empty plastic water or milk jug--face drawn on with sharpie--orange glow sticks or string lights added through a hole cut in the back. Top with pipe cleaner (wrap around a pencil to curl) and a couple fall leaves.
Made "ghost jack-o-lanterns" from old milk jugs, using a sharpie and some glow sticks. Pro tip: fill with water to keep them from moving around and diffuse the "glow"