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  • Sharrah Kaferle

    Homemade or cheap garden tools.

  • Claudia Womack ❀

    Milk Jug Scoop - Make a handy scoop out of a half-gallon plastic milk jug. It is perfect for lightweight materials like fertilizer and potting soil and its flexible spout eases the task of pouring soil into a small pot. To fashion the scoop, make horizontal cuts on the sides adjacent to the handle, and diagonal cuts on the other two sides.

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