Take old kitty litter buckets and turn them into something useful: planters for your garden! It’s a simple project and it will save you a TON of money on planters.
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Someone was giving away a bunch of kitty litter buckets on Freecycle so I was able to get 5 for raised planters. I’m using them for tomatoes, and a couple of herbs. I want a MILLION more. Seriously. I love how they came out.
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- Empty kitty litter buckets
- Spray paint
- Plants or seeds
- Silhouette Cameo and Permanent Adhesive Vinyl (I used this Angel Craft brand that I received discounted to review on Amazon)
I used some UV spray over this to protect it, but I don’t think that would be necessary if you used good spray paint to begin with.
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