"I made these planters for carrots and other veggies that can grow in small containers. All you need is a 5 gallon bucket, drill some holes for drainage, wrap in burlap potato sacks and fill with planting mix."
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Party planner Jackie Fogartie (of the eponymous Jackie Fogartie Events in Charlotte, NC) shares this super simple — yet surprisingly elegant — idea for hosting a wine and cheese party: a DIY chalkboard table runner!
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