by Texas Homesteader ~ * contains affiliate link RancherMan & I drink coffee that comes in a handy lidded container. But I’ve been on a constant quest to find ways to use them once they’re empty. But as gardening season hits in full swing, I’m reminded of another great use. Check out this Homestead Hack.
by Texas Homesteader ~ RancherMan & I love our coffee. We enjoy that hot cup-o-joe each morning. Although I hate plastic, our favorite coffee comes in a plastic canister. Of course when they’re empty I offer those handy containers to others around me who I feel could use them. But when I could no longer […]
by Texas Homesteader ~ *contains affiliate link I typically buy my flour in 25-lb bags. I’ll store it in the freezer for at least 24-48 hours just to make sure I’m not bringing home pantry moths. Yeah, you have those little beasts only once before you make sure you’ll never EVER have them again! So […]
by Texas Homesteader ~ Y’all know we drink coffee that comes in plastic canisters. When the coffee’s gone the canisters are handy and I’ve used them for so many things so far. I’ve removed the paint & made them into a super cute bread box. They’ve been painted & used for planters to share plants […]
by Texas Homesteader ~ *contains affiliate link I’ve been sharing various ways I’m able to repurpose those handy coffee canisters once they’re empty. I’ve painted them and used them for a Back Porch Planter to hold mint transplants. (This also makes a cuter way to share plants with friends.) I’ve also used them to hold […]
by Texas Homesteader ~ Y’all know we love our coffee. We prefer Folgers to other brands of coffee. Although I hate that it’s sold in plastic, at least the plastic canisters are convenient. I’ve used them for simplifying Garden Weeding Chores. And we’ve stored chicken feed and dog food in them too. I’ve Painted Canisters for […]
by Texas Homesteader ~ *affiliate link I’ve written before about repurposing those handy empty coffee canisters to a new life. They’ve been used in my garden to simplify chores, and I’ve painted them & planted in them for my patio. And those painted canisters make a cute presentation when I want to share plants with […]
by Texas Homesteader ~ *contains affiliate link So y’all know RancherMan & I are coffee drinkers. But we don’t want sweetsy, foamy flavored, overly-sugared drinks. We want coffee. Strong, black, delicious. That plastic canister our coffee’s sold in comes in handy for many uses when it’s empty. We store chicken feed and dog food in […]