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    DIY watering can for the boys to use

    3y

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    • Lisa Head-Sullivan

      milk jug watering can gardening. I think I will make my fertilizer in the milk carton and then use it to apply the stuff to my pots.

    • Lorena Rifo

      Don’t have a watering can that pours how you like? Make one out of a gallon jug. | 30 Insanely Clever Gardening Tricks #Gardening_Ideas #Top_Garden #Best_Garden #Garden_Decor #Garden_Ideas

    • Pamela Warner

      DIY Recycled project: Recycle DIY watering can. For information about our services, visit www.millenniumwasteinc.com #garden #outdoors #yard #home #backyardliving #prettyperfecthome #prettyperfectgarden

    • The Bus Stop - Kakanui

      Recycle: DIY watering can made from a milk bottle. The Bus Stop - Kakanui offers eco-friendly accommodation in New Zealand.

    • Justine Glover

      DIY Watering Can From a Plastic Milk Jug - saves the hassle of buying one only to have your kids destroy it ...

    • Machaela Jex

      DIY Watering Can From a Plastic Milk Jug; how handy is this

    • Crystal Armstrong

      Milk jug watering can. Perfect for upcycling.

    • Danielle Coutieri

      DIY Watering Can From a Plastic Milk Jug

    • Trowel and Fork

      Recycled milk bottle - DIY watering can.

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