DIY Garden Twine Dispenser


There are some really cool garden twine dispensers available at trendy shops like Williams-Sonoma and Terrain...but why pay the big bucks when this one is free?! Full instructions and uses for twine in the original post: http://gardentherapy.ca/garden-twine-dispenser/
This handy jar is perfect for keeping twine from tangling!
This handy jar is perfect for keeping twine from tangling!
Wind twine around a pencil or poke a pencil through a roll of twine
Wind twine around a pencil or poke a pencil through a roll of twine
Cut out a cardstock lid and label it.
Cut out a cardstock lid and label it.
This recycled can jar sells for $12.
This recycled can jar sells for $12.
This twine dispenser sells for  $18!!
This twine dispenser sells for $18!!
Twine can be used to decorate crafts like these citronella CANdles http://gardentherapy.ca/diy-citronella-candles/
Twine can be used to decorate crafts like these citronella CANdles http://gardentherapy.ca/diy-citronella-candles/
Or to build a trellis: http://gardentherapy.ca/pea-trellis/
Or to build a trellis: http://gardentherapy.ca/pea-trellis/
or to make a fresh wreath: http://gardentherapy.ca/making-fresh-wreaths/
or to make a fresh wreath: http://gardentherapy.ca/making-fresh-wreaths/
Stephanie @ Garden Therapy

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  • Linda B
    on Mar 22, 2014

    I do this with a coffee can and just leave it in the garden.

  • Marcia T
    on Mar 22, 2014

    Martha Stewart did this several years ago. I made one from a plastic peanut butter jar. You can drill a hole in the plastic lid. Toss it around and not worry about it breaking.

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