My dad's project!

Vyrona's weather station, Location: Athens, GREECE

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On the left, you can see Lycabbetus hill and in the middle, when the atmosphere is clear, mount Parnitha is visible

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Friday, June 1, 2012

Drilling some holes..!

The truth is that I don't have a watering can! Instead of that, I water my plants using a plastic bottle! But, as my DIY philosophy enrises, I decided to somehow convert the bottle to a proper watering can by drilling some holes to the its cover. The problem was that I didn't know how to do this, so I was shown by my bf! I should say that it's not difficult, it only needs some practice!
                                                               So here's me, drilling..
   and the result..
It's not completelly perfect but these are my first holes..!

                                                      Now let's see if it's working..
 It can't replace a proper watering can but it's fun, isn't it?


  1. It was a good effort, and you learned how to use the drill! Who cares if it's not quite perfect as long as you and the bf had fun! Happy weekend!

  2. έξυπνο!!!!ΚΑΙ τζάμπα!!!:)

  3. That is a good idea. I use an old plastic cat food container to water the plants on my balconies. I have to fill it up inside and then walk back and forth to get the job done. Hope you are having a good day. Tammy

  4. Great job and very creative!

  5. and why looks perfect to me...good idea!

    Amanda :-)

  6. Καλή ιδέα, καλημέρα!!

  7. Hi! That watering bottle is a good idea! The holes are perfect as long the water can come out it should be fine. I guess if drilling is quiet hard to do you could use just a normal nail and hit the water bottle lid without the container with a hammer. Or you could hit up a sewing needle until it's hot over the fire and punch it in the lid. ( I think I already said too much). But I guess electric drill is much quicker and easier.

    Thanks Angeliki for stopping by on my blog, leaving your comments and signing on my followers panel! Have a nice day too! Ning x : )

  8. Hi Angeliki, I don't like black tea much at all either. Most of the teas I drink are organic white or green teas. The Twinings I had yesterday is actually made from the yellow flowers of the african honeybush -- no tea leaves like you would think. It has a very light lemon taste that is really very good. Goes perfectly with a little lemon snack. :) Hope all is well! Best wishes, Tammy


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