Now, if you’re a bit of a DIY enthusiast, this will probably come as no surprise to you, but you should have your own farmhouse vanity.
That’s because the beauty of a farmhouse is that you can make it look like it belongs to you.
There are a few steps to make this happen.
We’ll start with a few basic tools.
First, grab a bucket.
If you’re like us, you’ll need a big one, but for most people, you’re probably looking for a smaller bucket.
You’ll need to fill it with soil, gravel, and compost.
The soil should be about two to three inches deep.
It should be fairly dry, so you won’t have to worry about it getting bogged down.
We’re using a compost mix called the EcoFarm soil from The Farmhouse Resource Center.
You can also buy organic soil from the Organic Farmers Market.
You also need a bucket lid.
We recommend the one-gallon bucket lid because it’s easy to clean and it’s also easy to keep clean.
The next step is to place the soil, sand, gravel and compost in the bucket lid, fill it up to about four inches deep, and place it on top of a dry sheet of paper.
Next, you need to seal the lid with a couple layers of paper towels.
You may want to put a couple of towels on top to catch any dust and dirt that may be in there.
Next up, you want to lay the paper towels down over the top of the soil so it covers the top and bottom of the paper.
Then, you add the soil.
You’re now ready to fill the bucket with dirt, sand and compost and it should be ready to go.
You’ll need two or three more paper towels to cover the top, bottom and sides of the lid.
Next you’ll want to cover this with a thick layer of paper towel and a second layer of a thin layer of newspaper towel.
You want the paper towel to be as thick as possible so you can cover the paper, so it’s hard to get any dust or dirt.
You could also use paper towels and a heavy duty vacuum cleaner to make sure that the paper and paper towel don’t touch.
Finally, cover the lid completely with plastic wrap and tape.
You need to do this so that the soil doesn’t fall out of the top or bottom.
This will help to keep dirt and sand out of your garden.
When you’re finished with the first step, you can take the lid off and add more soil.
If the soil is still too wet to cover, you could use a sponge and fill it into the bucket.
After that, you may want a few extra towels and more paper towel.
We like to use a few paper towels, one each side and a thick piece of paper to cover it.
If this isn’t an option, you might also want to spray a few drops of garden soap on the paper to get it ready for the next step.
Once the lid is completely covered, you are ready to start the second step of the DIY.
You will need a vacuum cleaner.
Use a spray bottle and a plastic bag.
You should be able to fill up the vacuum cleaner with the soil you’ve filled up earlier.
This step is also important to fill to about one-third of the depth.
Next use the vacuum and a damp cloth to carefully wipe away any dirt, dust, and debris.
You don’t want any holes in the paper that may catch on your paper towel, so be sure to wipe it away before adding the next layer of soil.
Next add a layer of plastic wrap over the lid and seal it with a rubber band.
Now you’re ready to add the compost.
You start with two cups, but be sure you fill it to one-half of the cup size.
Once it’s all mixed up, add about one cup of soil to the bucket and fill the other half of the bucket up to the same depth as the soil that was added earlier.
Once the compost has been added, seal it and let it sit for five minutes to make the compost last longer.
After the compost is added, you should add a third layer of the compost to fill out the top.
Then you need a piece of plastic to cover up the dirt.
This can be a sheet of aluminum foil, a piece from a food container, or even just a piece a sheet metal or aluminum sheeting.
When the compost layer is completely filled, you’ve now got a compost bowl ready for you to fill with your soil and compost to the next level.
After all of your compost has gone in, it’s time to fill in the next area of your farmhouse.
You’ve now added about two or four cups of soil, and you need it to cover one-fourth of the surface.
To fill this up, place a piece in the soil and then seal the paper tightly.
Then add a piece to the compost and seal the bag tightly.