Upcycled Craft: Make Your Own Watering Can

I used to water my plants with a 2litre plastic milk bottle. It was fast and easy. Only trouble is the water pours out heavily and not evenly distributed. This created huge uneven craters on my plants’ soil bed. Not to mention, the dry-crusted mud splashes along the inner edges of my pots. For some crazy reason, this drives me nuts!

I found some creative homemade watering cans that work like a charm. All you need to do is poke or drill some holes on the cap, fill the container up and start watering. Simple as that!

So if you’re like me, don’t settle for uneven soil beds and ugly mud splashes anymore. Give your precious greens a gentle and smooth flow of watering ♥

Idea 1 – Use a Plastic Milk Bottle

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 Idea 2 – Use a Laundry Detergent Bottle

Idea 3 – Use a Plastic Water Bottle

Idea 4 – Drill the holes on the base of the bottle for a ‘fan‘ effect

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