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How To Make An Oil Can Planter

I have dreamed of having an oil can planter since I first saw a pair of olive trees growing out the front of a local deli inside two old olive oil tins. So when I spotted a similar can in the kitchen of my local pizzeria I had to ask the owner who very generously gave it to me. We've featured this style of planter before, but this is how I made mine easily in 15 minutes. More Read More...
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