Spring is well-known for its blooming flowers and chirping birds, but more than that, it is recognized as a time for spring cleaning! People everywhere head out to their garages, backyards, and garden sheds to clean, sort, and reorganize. They take stock of what they have and toss away things that they don't need. Spring cleaning is that job that we despise on one hand, but on the other, we love. It is a big chore, but at the end of the day, it feels so good to rid yourself of old junk and be free from the clutter that has built up over the winter. Yes, spring cleaning does feel good, but I love spring cleaning for a different reason: free junk. People toss out all kinds of stuff that make the best materials for DIY projects. One item that I see quite a bit at the ends of people's driveways are watering cans. So in the spirit of spring cleaning, here are 12 ways to reuse old watering cans! And in the spirit of picking up old junk, what's the best thing you have ever scored at the end of someone's driveway?