Sunday, June 9, 2013

Windowsill Herb Garden

This is my 2nd year having herbs on my kitchen sink windowsill. I just like watching them grow, and then when the herbs have filled the jar, I just snip them off, throw them into something I'm cooking and then plant a few more seeds. I enjoy glancing at them while I wash my hands or put dishes in the dishwasher, just watching something grow...

Now baby food jars I got! I save all of them, and have found many useful and crafty things to do with them (stay tuned!) For this project I just use my potting soil, seeds and water once a day. Easy-peasy, Lol! Some other bloggers show how to drill a hole in the bottom of your baby food jars for proper drainage, but I never did. Maybe you should if you plan to transplant them into your garden? I don't know, I like the idea of having a green thumb, but I ain't no where near that!

My labels are made on a brown paper bag and I used my trusty stamp set. I cut them out and then used clear scotch tape, sealing all the edges around the label, just in case it got wet while watering.

Want more ideas like this? Look here: Baby Food Jar Candles

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