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    "Why Didn't I Think of That?" Wednesday

    I thought I’d start a fun little feature here on The Baking Beauties. I’m going to feature a few little fun finds from around the world wide web. Those types of things that make you go “Why Didn’t I Think of That?” as soon as you see them. It may be recipes that other bloggers …
    • Cheryl Bell

      FREE Green Planter Idea~ Use recycled pop bottles to make self- watering planters. You'll also need potting soil, seeds, thick string, a Phillips screwdriver, hammer, and a sharp blade to cut the bottle. These are great science projects, craft sale items, or holiday gifts. Cheap, easy, and fun!

    • Katherine Price

      I think I might use small soda bottles for kitchen window sill to grow items that will stay on sill (mushrooms, etc.) An interesting seed starter idea... start growing plants from seed, using these self-watering planters. For this project you’ll need 2 liter bottles, potting soil, seeds, thick string or yarn (either cotton or poly seems to work).

    • Sonja Judkins-Hullett

      Self watering plant pots from recycled water bottles

    • Holly Reitler

      Self Watering Seed Starter Pots There was also ideas of using smaller water bottles or Gatorade bottles! Awsome idea!!

    • Marie Atkinson

      self watering seed starters from recycled plastic bottles great idea for using in a green house @Lydia Stanley

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