That old, useless stump in your yard has become an eyesore. While you can't stand to look at it, you can't stand the idea of paying someone to pull it up, either. This is the perfect time to get creative. Old stumps make excellent rustic planters. With a little elbow grease, you can change that eyesore into something beautiful.

That old, useless stump in your yard has become an eyesore. While you can't stand to look at it, you can't stand the idea of paying someone to pull it up, either. This is the perfect time to get creative. Old stumps make excellent rustic planters. With a little elbow grease, you can change that eyesore into something beautiful.

Rose Bush cutting; Cut off a stem of the rose bush with a Y shape to it, cut a wedge out of a large potato, stick the rose cutting into the potato, then plant in the ground. The potato will keep the cutting moist until it grows roots, plus the nutritions from the potato, will feed the cutting.

Rose Bush cutting; Cut off a stem of the rose bush with a Y shape to it, cut a wedge out of a large potato, stick the rose cutting into the potato, then plant in the ground. The potato will keep the cutting moist until it grows roots, plus the nutritions from the potato, will feed the cutting.

Make a Mini Greenhouse from Recycled CD Cases - great idea! Not sure about the plastic though but at least it has another use!

Make a Mini Greenhouse from Recycled CD Cases - great idea! Not sure about the plastic though but at least it has another use!

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