Don’t have a watering can for your plants and flowers? Me neither! Instead of running out and buying one, I thought I’d just make one using a repurposed Hiland Dairy Milk jug. The hardest part about this craft is figuring out how to decorate it. Let’s get started!
Milk Jug Watering Can
What You’ll Need:
- Empty Hiland Dairy Milk jug, gallon-sized
- Permanent markers
- Hole punch, knife, or hammer and small nail
- Rinse jug and remove label with warm, soapy water. Allow to dry completely.
- Using a hole punch, knife, or hammer and nail, create several holes in the cap of the jug.
- Using permanent markers, draw a design on the outside of the jug. Allow to dry completely.
- Fill the jug with water and twist the cap on tightly.
- Give your plants a drink and watch them bloom!
You can also use half-gallon or quart-sized jugs if you don’t have many plants to water.
~The Dairy Diva