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Pallet Compost Bin DIY ~ A Must Have

You know you’re a junker when _________. How would you fill this sentence in? For me, it’s you know you’re a junker when you bug your husband to bring home pallets so you can build yourself your own birthday gift. Yup. My mind was set on a pallet compost bin, folks. Enter in these beauties… (be sure to read through for an awesome giveaway you don’t want to miss!)

Pile of Free Pallets for Compost Bin | prodigalpieces.com

That there is potential in more ways than one. The pallet infatuation has swept the world over and it doesn’t stop here. These things have so many uses! I have built my shutters as seen here (DIY tutorial) and oodles of other pallet creations seen in this post.

Repurposed Doily Wall Art for Farmhouse Decor by Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

Like I mentioned in my 40th birthday post, we are back to getting our home finished and the back yard is my target for the summer. Read more

Natural Ant Control with Grits

I just have to share this tip for natural ant control with you today. You see, in my home, we try to make the absolute best effort to keep everything natural. What I mean by that is no chemicals, no artificial anything, but by using elbow grease and all the wonderful things nature provides. It’s that time of year again for us where the warm weather brings sunshine, flowers, green grass, and ANTS.

Close Up of Ant in Home | Prodigal Pieces | www.prodigalpieces.com

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Gotta love those supremely strong, determined little critters. When we moved into our house over 12 years ago, one of the first things we noticed were ant traps left in corners here and there. I had a one-year-old in tow, plus a baby on the way, and didn’t want those things strewn about. Our first spring we got hammered with all sorts of ants large and small. I tried a few different things, but eventually gave in and had the house sprayed by a professional pest control company. bleck.

Never again. That would be the last time I would do that. Watching my house get coated with a nasty chemical was all I could stand, so by the next spring I was going to find a way to stop them buggers naturally. Read more

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