a tuna can, wood screw, copper adapter, and an old dowel. If you want to be really thrifty you could use a soda bottle cap on top of the stick. The adapter or cap adds a nice transition between the can and the stick and provides support.

a tuna can, wood screw, copper adapter, and an old dowel. If you want to be really thrifty you could use a soda bottle cap on top of the stick. The adapter or cap adds a nice transition between the can and the stick and provides support.

and if you paint over the numbers with glow in the dark paint (provided the sun reaches your porch) it'll glow after dark

and if you paint over the numbers with glow in the dark paint (provided the sun reaches your porch) it'll glow after dark

Unique flower planter. Really like this idea of finding an old fallen tree and either getting a sawsaw, chainsaw, and/or circular saw to cut it out. Just be careful and go slow with what ever method you choose and watch out for knots in the wood (old bran

'Stacked pots. Turn an appropriately sized cheap plastic pot upside down inside the large- and medium-sized pots and pour soil around them. This creates a platform for the next tier and saves money on potting soil.' -Cute Idea!

'Stacked pots. Turn an appropriately sized cheap plastic pot upside down inside the large- and medium-sized pots and pour soil around them. This creates a platform for the next tier and saves money on potting soil.' -Cute Idea!

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