More ideas from Kristi
Festive ice candle holder for those of us who live in cold climates. To make, fill a 5 gallon pail with water, put outside and let freeze for 18 to 24 hours. Then bring the pail inside for 30 minutes to loosen ice from the pail. Lastly, take pail outside and carefully tip upside down (over a snow bank). The unfrozen water inside should flow out as you tip the pail over, leaving a cool, frozen candle holder. Beautiful when lit at night!

Festive ice candle holder for those of us who live in cold climates. To make, fill a 5 gallon pail with water, put outside and let freeze for 18 to 24 hours. Then bring the pail inside for 30 minutes to loosen ice from the pail. Lastly, take pail outside and carefully tip upside down (over a snow bank). The unfrozen water inside should flow out as you tip the pail over, leaving a cool, frozen candle holder. Beautiful when lit at night!

GREAT idea! "Bum"kits- 5 gallon pails used for stuff and for sitting on.

We also had previously made Girl Scout "Bum kits" that were used to carry our camping supplies and be used as sit-upons around the campfire

upside down tomatoes  http://www.vegetable-garden-guide.com/how-to-grow-tomatoes.html

5 vegetable types that can be grown upside down ~ When you have limited space to garden, add a hanging vegetable garden with vegetables grown upside down. What can be grown upside down? Read here to learn about vegetables for an upside down garden.