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Origami Seed Packets

Easy packets to fold and use. No glue needed, no printer needed, no cutting needed (unless you decide to use large sheets of newspaper).

DIY spring colour origami seed packets

i started sorting through all my seeds months ago. one super bursting, sunny day is all i needed to summon the slow, unfurling drumroll that is spring in me.the sun.

Mini Origami Envelopes

Mini Origami Envelopes

This instructable will teach you to make little functioning origami envelopes! I'm using mine to put little notes in a care package, but the possibilities are.

"Homemade herb drying rack" Would love to & plan on growing our own herbs in our garden of of an actual home instead of an apartment ♥ CANNOT wait for that!!!

GARDEN CRAFTS :: DIY Herb Drying Rack :: Picture frames + screen + chain = Herb, fruit, or veggie dryer. -- Or as a rack for drying painted papers, and other art projects. Platform feeder for birds. Imagination, go wild!

trash shed..nice and neat and tidy...great idea!

Build a home recycling center It's easy to close the back door and pretend that the jumble of recycling bins and garbage cans outside doesn't exist--but that only works when you're in the house. Building a short lean-to just big enough to hold everythi

Newspaper Seed Starter Growing Pot.

15 Awesome DIY Gift Ideas and Tutorials for Gardeners 2017

"Origami Garbage Bin" - includes animation (and a diagram) to show you how to fold this. Although it's called a garbage bin, it will make great seed-starting pots since you can place the entire thing in the ground and the newspaper will quickly decompose.

How to dry herbs

How to Dry Herbs

To make an aromatic herb fire starter, gather old newspaper and an assortment of herbs. Sage, basil and rosemary work well; Wrap the herbs in a sheet of newspaper and secure the ends with raffia or cotton twine.

To make a DIY outdoor version of Jenga get out some 2x4’s and cut them into approx 10 ½ ” long pieces. Once you have 54 pieces, sand them up a little, stack ‘em, and challenge everyone to a match!    Our favorite bar has one of these on the patio -- giant jenga! Super fun!

DIY outdoor version of Jenga get out some and cut them into approx 10 ½ ” long pieces. Once you have 54 pieces, sand them up a little, stack ‘em, and challenge everyone to a match! Our favorite bar has one of these on the patio -- giant jenga!

DIY color block dipped pots

DIY color block dipped pots~~ fun and easy to do and a great way to decorate around your patio or porch // Could do this with tall glass vases, along with the rubber band spray paint thing, for variety

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