How to make gardening easier with DIY hacks?
Get crafty and make gardening a whole lot easier with this ingenious DIY hack. Create your own self-cleaning and self-sharpening garden tool holder by filling a terracotta pot with sand and mineral oil. The abrasiveness of the sand helps to keep tools sharp, while the oil protects them against rust and dirt.
What are some home hacks to solve everyday problems?
These home hacks solve everyday problems with stuff you already have. For an easy and green way to start seeds, save your toilet paper and paper towel tubes. Cut the tubes into 2 in. lengths and set them in a waterproof tray.
How to make your garden beautiful and aesthetic?
There are many ways to do this. Sometimes we totally agree that beauty lies in the details. Small changes that will really beautify the area, will also offer interesting and aesthetic solution. Time to dedicate attention to your garden, the layout of the flowers, and the space should be a garden.
What can I do with my kitchen scraps?
Recycle your kitchen scraps and use them to grow new seedlings in. Empty eggshells are ideal to use as they can be transferred into flowerbeds when the seedlings are ready, where they’ll naturally decompose.
1. DIY Colorful Birdbath
This easy-to-make and easy-to-clean birdbath need items from your kitchen. Learn how to make it here.
3. Kitchen Fairy Garden with Old Utensils
How about using some old kitchen utensils to make a charming fairy garden in your yard? Click here for all the information.
5. Garden Markers Using Spoons
Paint old spoons in different colors and use them as makers to tag plants in your gardens. Click here for details.
7. Garden Flowers Made of Old Plates
Drill into old kitchen plates and display them as flowers in the garden. This is a wonderful DIY for your kids too!
9. DIY Spoon Rain Chain
Repurpose your spoons and forks to make a floral-inspired DIY rain chain. Details are here.
11. Pizza Pan Chalkboard
To complete this DIY kitchen hack, you need to hang a metal pizza pan coated with chalkboard paint at whatever place you desire. Karen Ehman has the details.
13. Sprouts In Jar
Here you will find everything you need to know about growing sprouts in a glass jar at home.
15. DIY Cake Stand
Attach a glass, vase, candlestick, cup, or goblet to the bottom of a plate to copy this cake stand project. You can use any of the above mentioned to act as the base–visit here.
17. Rustic Wall Rack for Knives
Hang a magnetic wooden board to organize your kitchen knives in one place. Learn this DIY in detail at eHow.
19. Pan Lid Organizer
Stick adhesive hooks onto your kitchen cabinet door to better organize your pan lids, ensuring easy access. We found the idea at Instructables.