TOH reader Mark Feroglia from High Springs, Florida finds new lives for plastic yogurt containers that pile up.
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Poke some holes in the bottom of a cup for drainage, fill with potting soil, and plant seeds. Once they sprout, pop out the seedlings and transplant them.
Catch Paint Drips
Cut a hole in a lid large enough for a paintbrush handle. Slip the handle through the opening, and paint mess-free.
Create a Funnel
Cut a hole in a container's bottom for funneling small amounts of sand or liquid.SEE ALL 10 USES FOR YOGURT CUPS AT THISOLDHOUSE.COM