Assemble a Garden Bag
Cut Plastic Bag
the plastic sandwich bag on top of the pattern. I used a
straight-edge ruler to hold the plastic securely.
Use a felt tip marker to draw the rectangle that
will be the bag. For sanity's sake, make a little
mark to remind you of which side is to be the top
of the bag.
Create the Bag Cylinder
a cylinder of the plastic rectangle. Use standard
clear tape to tape the overlap securely. You can
use a series of short pieces, if one long piece is
hard to manage. Items shown in photos are of the
18" girl doll scale.
tape to secure the base shut. Overlap and fold
back extra tape so that you don't end up with
little openings at the corners. This will keep the
soil or mulch from seeping out.
bag with soil or substitute like dried tea or
coffee grounds. Don't fill tightly or you won't be
able to slip the label onto the bag. Tape the bag
top shut just as you did the base of the bag.
the side tab of the label to form a cylinder. When
glue has dried, gently slip the label onto the
bag. You can shake the contents of the bag to help
ease on the label.