How to make your garden pots a little more useful

Posted by Michael C. on March 26, 2018 at 12:07:18 I have a couple of garden pots that are hanging out in my living room, one for cooking and one for eating.

They are a little bit on the small side for what I have, so I use them a lot.

They aren’t a big deal for me because they are hanging around, but they are nice to have in the kitchen, especially when you are doing a lot of cooking.

The problem is that if I have too many of them hanging around at once, they can get messy.

So, to help me get things in the right order, I added a few small things to the ends of the pots to help with that.

The first thing I added was a little piece of plastic wrap.

I wanted the plastic to come up over the edges of the pot so that I could easily remove the plastic if it became dirty.

After that, I decided to add some kind of plastic glue to help hold the plastic together.

I used the little plastic wrap that came with the plastic wrap and rolled it into a little ball.

Then, I rolled the ball into the shape of a square.

I placed the square in a hole that I had cut out in the top of the garden pot, and I taped the top to the top.

Then I placed a piece of newspaper over the top, just to hold the newspaper in place.

Finally, I taped a piece on the top so that it would stick to the newspaper.

So that was the last thing I had to do to get the pots organized.

I actually put them in the fridge for a week or two, but I had already covered the pots with plastic wrap so I figured it would be best to just put them on a tray.

It was a lot easier to put them all in the freezer.

I also put a couple pieces of newspaper under the plastic and put them back in the refrigerator.

The next day, I put the pots in the oven for 20 minutes at 350 degrees F, and the next day I put them out in a ziplock bag, and then they were ready for the next meal.

The last thing that I did was take the plastic back and put it in the bag again, and it was good to go!

It was easy to assemble and put together, and they are a lot more organized than I thought they would be.

I would definitely recommend these pots for anyone who wants to organize their kitchen.

They will keep the kitchen tidy and look great when they are no longer in use.

Posted by Michael C. on March 26, 2018 at 12:07:18 I have a couple of garden pots that are hanging…