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"What am I going to do with my pile of old t-shirts? I'm going to wear them. The ones that are now retired are mostly used already. I've made bracelets, though not with jewels as shown here, children's clothes and pj's, and quilts beyond belief! It certainly is fun to be creative with something everyone has and most throw away! Thanks for more ideas."
Origami Newspaper Pots
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Are you planning to start your seeds indoors for your garden this year? Don't spend money on purchasing an assortment of small planters when you can make these Origami Newspaper Pots! The beginner-friendly gardening project is a thrifty idea that won't take long to make. The instructions are easy to follow and include photos of the process, further making it easier for you to create these cute newspaper pots. These pots are also a thrifty way to transplant seeds indoors before cold weather arrives. They are also a creative way to share an assortment of small plants with your fellow gardeners! This project is also great for kids.
Estimated CostUnder $10
Time to CompleteUnder an hour
MaterialsPaper, Recycled Materials
Primary TechniqueDIY Craft
Age GroupPreschool & Kindergarten, Elementary School, Pre-Teens
Project TypeMake a Project
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Jun 14, 2018
I've been really into gardening this year and these origami pots are so cute! They would definitely add something special to any outdoor space.
May 24, 2018
I love origami and plants. What a great way to combine them!
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