I was reading Tessa's blog entry that mentioned something called a paper pot maker. Intrigued, I did a little rooting around on the internet. I found that this could be a wonderful asset for inexpensive biodegradable pots that I could make in the evenings while relaxing and watching the news or something.
I was just about to order one, having found the best price, when I happened to run across one more page that mentioned a 'next generation' pot maker for even cheaper.
Doing a little research on that, at www.PotterFactory.com, I found a video demonstrating how they are used.
I think they are terrific! I would recommend that people buy one and try one.
But, if you are like me.... your mind goes one step further and asks, "How can I make one myself and save 20 bucks?
Another thing to add to my list. Buy the PVC parts, or even better, scrounge some up for free, and make them myself. I will check out the way they could fit together the next time I stop at the HIC.