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Follow These 10 Steps to Get 50-80 Pounds of Tomatoes from Every Plant You Grow

10 Steps to Get 50-80 Pounds of Tomatoes from Every Plant You Grow. Revealed: The Secret to Growing Juicy, Tasty, High-Yield Tomatoes

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Follow These 10 Steps to Get 50-80 Pounds of Tomatoes from Every Plant You Grow

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Take an old cloth soak in cement water...leave in sun to dry over bucket. Makes awesome planter.

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Fairy Light Project: DIY Solar Light Chandelier

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Fairy Light Project: DIY Solar Light Chandelier

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from Crafts by Amanda

A Watering Can That Pours Crystals

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A Watering Can That Pours Crystals - Crafts by Amanda

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Glass Gem Suncatchers. This is such a fun project, I could see doing this with kids down the road. The first one I made was with white Elmers glue and it's slowly turning clear. I just made another one today with clear Elmers glue so I will see how that turns out!

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Craft Time ~ Glass Gem Suncatchers | Ramblings of a Suburban Mom

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Equate Blue Mint Antiseptic Mouthrinse, 50.7 fl oz

If this works, it's gonna be a great summer! RECIPE to get rid of MOSQUITOES for up to 80 days! 1 large bottle mint flavored mouthwash, 3 cups Epsom Salts, 3, 12 oz cans cheap, stale beer. Mix together till salt dissolves, put in spray bottle and spray around patio, pool, porch, etc. Will not harm pets, kids, or plants, and guaranteed to last up to 80 days. Heading out right now to get these ingredients! (This is from Paul Harvey, radio.....many, many years ago).

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Propagate Your Shrubs from Softwood Cuttings

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Simple Outdoor Chandelier...Find any wire basket that will hold jars, glass votives, or even simple drinking glasses. Fill them with sand or gravel and a votive. Squeeze a small bunch of flowers in the center and place moss around the bottom of the glass containers. Just make sure your flowers are high enough from the flames so you don’t start a fire! Using small S hooks and chain, suspend the basket where ever you like…simply lovely.

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