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« on: November 18, 2005 08:05:45 AM »

Have tons.  What would be a good use for them?
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2005 08:39:29 AM »

if they are like the liquid laundry detergent bottles, you could always drill holes in the top and decorate them and then use them as watering cans for your flowers...they look pretty nice when you decorate them with fake gerber daisy's or other cute fake flowers...just hot glue them on.

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« Reply #2 on: October 28, 2009 10:20:03 AM »

we have a ferret, so we fill it with rice, and the ferret LOVES playing in it!

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« Reply #3 on: November 11, 2009 04:21:51 PM »

I was thinking of washing some out and using for storage of fabric pieces, scraps for my quilting.

Or, you could put them outside. Make holes in them with a box cutter, insert small plants like herbs and strawberries and make a portable garden. I bet you could get at least 8 small plants in the sides, and maybe one up top.  Or put a tube down the center, with small holes in it, for easy watering. Of course, you'd have to make drainage holes in the bottom (and I'd stick some styrofoam peanuts in the bottom too for drainage and to keep the jug from being too heavy to move).
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