Redecorating Watering Cans



These days I was watching on my window from the 8th floor of my block of flats. Such a high offers you great views especially when you are surrounded by many houses which sometimes make you even forget that you live in a small town. It is nice to see people in action, working in their small gardens and taking care of their plants, trees and flowers. It is the season when people prepare the land for the new crop of this year.

If you have your own house perhaps you do almost the same things or just keep your garden clean and pretty so that it can offer you splendid moments that you can spend here this summer.robably watering cans are also present in your beautiful garden and if you do not like their simple metal material and dull design here it is an idea of how you can redecorate them and make them look really pretty.

For this nice and simple DIY project you will need some materials that will help you get a new look for your precious watering cans. It is a nice project that will not take too much time and the process is more than simple and pleasant.With a little bit of waterproof Mod Podge, a brush and some colored flower images that you can cut from an old book or magazine you will be able to redecorate and transform your dull watering cans into some attractive garden pieces. You will be surprised to see their beautiful design which will make you even more impatient and happier to use them.{found on cristine}.


Published by in DIY, on May 21st, 2012

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