Caring for plants is very important to keep them healthy and blooming. Like nurturing moms, dedicated gardeners have to make sure their plants will get the best love and care they could give to help them grow without any problems.
But, the major worries for a gardener is when they are not at home to look after their plants. So, the need to hire someone who will take care of them comes into mind. But not anymore, with this helpful clip we’ll share with you.
If you are heading out of town for a couple of days, and apparently have a hard time looking for someone responsible enough to take care of your plants, you don’t need to worry. Here’s a quick tip on how to make a DIY watering pot using materials you can basically find at home.
This easy life hack only requires you to use simple things such as a water bottle, a screw driver and small pieces of strings. Tie one end of the string around the screw driver; fix it under the soil near the plant, then place the other end of the string inside the bottle full of water. The string will absorb the water from the bottle and draws it off into the soil. That’s so easy and cool, isn’t it?
Watch the brilliant life hack:
Now, you don’t have to worry anymore about asking someone or your neighbors to water your plants when you’re on a vacation. This simple trick will do it for you while you’re away.
This Tiny Cottage By The Sea is Perfect if You Dream of a Cozy, Coastal Lifestyle
This 320-square-foot home proves that size doesn’t really matter.
Being the typical home persons that some of us are, we just couldn't leave the comforts that we have at home. As they would say, "Home is a not a place but a feeling," and indeed, we feel different sorts of emotions when we are inside our favorite spot - at home. This is one of the reasons why we beautify and improve our place. Those who have the means spend more to live in big and grand houses while some would settle for a simple yet comfortable one.
The owner of this house did quite an awesome job coming up with these and sure is a master of maximizing space and turning it into a hotel-like haven. A 320-square-foot cottage is not so much but this is just genius! We can only imagine how they managed to fill up everything inside,a whole lot at that.
It looks so little and simple from the outside.
This Guy Spoiled His Dog With This Awesome DIY Project! Wow, this is really COOL and SPECIAL!
This man must really love his dog.
When dogs get older, they need the best care they could get to keep themselves healthy as they struggle with fatigue, arthritis and other health problems.
One man made something special for his old Labrador retriever that was feeling hot and tired during a hot summer day. His 13-year old dog was digging up flower beds to find a cool place to stay. So, he thought about building her a well-ventilated dog bed using materials he found around the house.
He made an incredible air-conditioned bed for his old dog out of frozen water bottles, PVC pipe and fans. His amazing invention provided his dog cool air by about 10 degrees making the dog feel comfortable while he lies on the comfy makeshift bed. The DIY dog bed project was posted on Reddit where other netizens were able to share their ideas on how to make the invention more comfy and efficient....
He Put a Mason Jar Inside an Empty Soup Can. When You See Why, You’ll Want To Give It a Try!
Need a Safe Place to Hide Small Valuables? Watch This Cool Video.
Using few tools that you can easily find at home, you can also create your own awesome secret safe in just 10 minutes! It's a cool way to hide your valuables. You can safely hide it away in plain sight. By simply twisting the top of the can, it will reveal the secret compartment.
Here's what you need:
- a can of soup
- a mason jar that fits in your soup can
- a hot glue gun
- a can opener
- some expanding foam
What's awesome about this is that, these cans are very difficult to tell apart from the genuine product. It even weighed like an ordinary unopened can. You can store it in your pantry with all the other soup cans and anyone won't even tell the difference. It's an awesome way to stash some extra cash and small valuables such as jewelry and important memory cards that contains "confidential" data....