Remove the label from your empty 2L Zip Cola bottle but keep the cap on tight.
Poke small holes in the one side of your bottle for drainage.
On the other side, in the middle of the bottle, cut a rectangle that your soil can go into.
Lay your bottle vertically so the ‘window’ is facing upwards and fill it with a mix of potting soil and sand.
Plant and water your seedlings. Ensure the water goes into the soil and drains out the bottle’s holes.
Tie string around either side of the bottle and hang it wherever you want!
Save an old tin can and remove its label with hot, soapy water.
Fill the can with water and freeze until the ice is solid.
Use a hammer and nail to create holes at the base of the tin as well as the sides. The ice will ensure it keeps its shape.
Allow the ice to melt and your tin to dry.
Paint the tin your favourite colour.
Insert tea lights into your tin and enjoy!
Paint two rectangle pieces of wood of the same size. One is the backboard. The other is the shelf.
Attach slotted hangers to the back of the backboard.
Screw L-brackets into the front of the backboard to support the shelf.
Attach the shelf to the backboard.
Screw the metal hooks from which your tools will hang into the backboard.
Hang your shelf onto the wall using wall brackets. Now you’re ready for that Easter braai!
You’ll need two tyres and two pieces of wood.
Use a jigsaw to cut the wood into two circles one centimeter wider than the tyres’ diameter.
Drill two holes in one of the circles that will act as your bin’s lid.
Prime and paint both your wood and tyres.
Place the tyres on top of each other and connect them with screws.
Screw the solid wooden circle into the base of your tyres. Place the lid on top.