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Kids are proud to make breakfast, but tiny hands are not well suited for frying, flipping or boiling. My girls love to cook and could crack an egg before they were out of diapers, so they’re able to make this easy recipe almost completely on their own with just a little help getting the muffin tin in and out of the oven. 2.  Grease a muffin tin with butter and place one slice of bread into each hole pressing down in the middle. I saw this on The SITS website and I am so excited to make this for my family tomorrow and have my 9 & 7 years help me. The Organized Cook™ Weekly Meal PlanNever worry again about what you’re going to make for dinner.
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Here’s a list of objects, furniture, fashion and household items just waiting for a new life in your garden. Lunch boxes and plastic cutlery holders from an old dishwasher or off the kitchen sink when washing up.
This tin can has been converted into an attractive metal hanging planter and filled with flowers. Used tin cans from the pantry – If you think this tin can planter garden looks great as a DIY project, visit Centsationalgirl’s blog which has all the instructions on how to make one of your own. This three-tiered wire spice rack has been filled with moss and mini succulents and makes great use of vertical space.
Colanders are well suited to stand alone planters or being converted to hanging baskets with a little chain or rope. This brassy look colander is teamed up well with flowers and makes a decorative and practical planter. Ovenware and bakeware – turn a bread pan into a cute window planter like the one below with a succulent garden. This neat little repurposed kitchen sink project has been mounted on rocks as a feature planter. Plastic containers (not recycle numbers 3, 6 or 7 though!) – read more about choosing safe containers for food gardens. Inventive gardener Denise had holes drilled in these crock pots by her hubby to make attractive planters by the front door.


Baby change tables – with a shelf below and a place where you can remove the soft mat from the top, these make ideal potting benches or shelves on which to put other planters.
Chairs – when the seat breaks or needs refurbishing, use this as an opportunity to create a garden planter. This small bath tub has been painted with ducks and flowers for a kid’s garden planter.
The cylinder from a washing machine has been used as a modern looking cache pot for a plant.
Wire waste baskets and rubbish bins – with good depth and often fine wire mesh for drainage, they just need lining and potting mix to start a micro garden.
Laundry peg baskets – make great hanging baskets as they come with ready made drainage and handle for hanging. On the left is an old roasting pan and to the right is a baby bath – both reinvented as planters filled with pansies.
Children’s toys such as dump trucks and wagons make great planters as they have space in the top for micro gardens.
This metal wire basket has been lined with coconut fibre to hold moisture and planted out with colourful fuschias. Prams with the hood removed or folded down for maximum sunlight suit those of you wanting meals on wheels.
This old metal wash basin has been revamped as a planter, filled with attractive plants and even some terracotta pot garden art!
Don’t think fashion is relevant in the garden?  Think again with these inspirational  (and unusual) ideas! Clothes!  Couldn’t resist including this one from Violet Alone – how many of you are brave enough to hang a garden out in your lingerie? Bags and baskets – just get creative with whether they become the planter or hold another pot inside. Once outgrown, these cute little white children’s sneakers make perfect pots for the garden.
Rachel Mahlke, an artist from California transforms old stiletto heels collected from her friends and thrift stores, into extraordinary planters with cacti and other succulents.  First she removes the top of the shoe and then sands it, drills holes for drainage and finally plants a cactus in a mixture of natural and organic fertilizers and soil.
Shoe racks – why not repurpose one into a great planter like this one from Apartment Therapy or watch a video on how to make your own vertical garden for growing strawberries in a canvas shoe rack.
Hats – many come with a neck strap and can be filled with potting mix and plants, then hang the strap up on a hook for a hanging basket. Clean out your garage, look in the garden, poke around in the shed or garage sale and you’re sure to find some useful items that can be repurposed as planters.
Reusing old timber logs that are not housing wildlife is another fun project for those looking for a free sustainable planter.
When the bottom of the wheelbarrow gives way, the depth and angle of the barrow makes a great planter with a few drainage holes. Planted out with complementary colours, this bright red toolbox makes a great home for low maintenance succulents. Old bicycle baskets hooked onto the handlebars (flowers look great in these repurposed planters).


Old suitcases – when they get too battered and bruised from travelling, give them a well deserved rest in the garden as a planter or as storage for garden supplies. Clam shell sandpits and wading pools – these structures are usually well made with plastic walls high enough to grow a decent number of plants.
Have these ideas inspired you to start a repurposed planter project?  If so, please leave a comment, share your ideas and photos to show others what you’ve done.  We can all learn from each other.
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My husband was so surprised because I never make breakfast, but they were so easy and delicious!
It takes a little more work to get them to stay in the pan compared to regular bread, but the recipe turned out perfectly. It's laminated, easy to use, works all over the world + the bonus mini companion planting chart makes it a practical gift. Softened with matching white cascading flowers they make a perfect pair as the plants chosen don’t dwarf the shoes. The most convenient way to store cookware in a cabinet is to equip the cabinet with sliding pull-out shelves.
Rather than a bubble bath, it's that creamy consistency that creates a rich hot chocolate or a smooth latte or cappuccino.
Porcelain is long lasting and with built in drainage, their prior lives could be concealed behind other plants or a bamboo screen around the base. Slide-out drawers reduce the need to nest pots and pans, so you can grab what you need without having to move the whole stack.
And as it uses induction heating, you can simply place the jug in the dishwasher for easy cleaning. If cabinet space is limited, store seldom-used pots in another location (such as the pantry or garage). Use assorted hooks for different size items and reposition them until you’ve created a configuration that is functional and appealing to the eye. While pots are usually hung facing front to back, which makes them easier to see and reach, pot racks are available for hanging pots sideways so they can nest, thus taking up less space. You can cover an entire wall or just hang a small square painted in a bright color to add a design element to the kitchen. Make sure pots have handles that can be hung from a hook and be sure to buy hooks and hardware that will support the weight of your pots.



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