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Making your own gardening tool tote

Not only are gardening totes trendy, they are also very handy, keeping all your gardening tools nice and organized so you only need to grab your gardening tote to hit the garden, rather than hunting down each individual tool out of the shed or garage before you go out to pull some weeds or plant some new seedlings.

But you don't need to buy an expensive gardening tote. You can easily use any kind of basket or bag - just make sure it is made out of thick material, such as canvas, so you don't have to worry about any stray tools poking holes through.

Also look at other types of caddies to see if they will work for you - fishing caddies, scrapbooking caddies, sewing caddies all have divided sections in their totes. Also, watch for sales at places like Michaels and pick up something that you can turn into your own gardening caddie.

Don't forget that gardening caddies make great gifts when you add some basic gardening tools with it.

Related articles:
Storing seeds for planting next year
Organizing the plants you plant each year

 

 



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