In this week's guest blog, Sarah Blankenship of the @flat_creek shows us how to reinvent junk for our garden space!

Repurposing Junk For the Garden

My name is Sarah and I am the author behind Flat Creek Farmhouse. My husband and I try to live a simple life while remodeling our double wide trailer into that farmhouse style that we love. When I amRead this artice

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To determine precisely how many worms to put money into, you’ll need to take into account how much kitchen and garden waste you want converted into black gold.

Funky Junk Interiors: jUnK yArD iNsPiRaTiOn

jUnK yArD iNsPiRaTiOn

neat idea: flower box from a rusty tool box and metal shelf brackets. Perfect idea for my dads old tool box, that I just can't part with!

Organized Clutter: Garden Junk Doesn't Last Forever

Garden Junk Doesn't Last Forever

table and swag lamps from the 60s or 70s, which were thrift store finds. I took them apart, then simply put them back together in a way that allowed them to hang from the shepherds hooks. The smaller ones I attached to actual threaded lamp rods and capped them, so I could poke them into the ground wherever they seemed needed.

Here's one of my favorite garden junk projects ever: hanging glass globes. These beautiful glass pieces started life as table and swag lamps from the or which were thrift store finds. I too(Diy Garden Globes)

Organized Clutter: Garden Junk Doesn't Last Forever

Organized Clutter: Garden Junk Doesnt Last Forever - Gardening Aisle

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"These hanging garden spheres were made from the leftover spools from rolls of banding. Gary works in a lumber yard and they use banding to strap things down on pallets for shipping. The hoops already have a hole in them, so he lined up all the holes and put in an eye bolt to connect them, which is perfect for hanging them."   from http://www.gardensandcrafts.com

"These hanging garden spheres were made from the leftover spools from rolls of bandin put in an eye bolt to connect them, which is perfect for hanging them.

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