Skip the packaged egg dyes in favor of natural colors using materials that you might already have in your kitchen. Dye Easter eggs naturally!
We’ve lost the essential life skills that used to be commonplace in our world. Isn’t it time we reversed that trend?
It’s hard to go wrong with homemade food gifts for holiday giving! The ideas here range from savory to sweet & a little something for the adult drink crowd.
Knowing basic kitchen skills is the first step to being comfortable with home cooking. Kick the pre-packaged food to the curb and start cooking at home!
Decorative jars and bottles can be upcycled into easy DIY candle holders. Or use them for packaging food gifts for the holiday.
I’ve had a number of people mention the possibility of concrete blocks exploding under high heat. For the safety of my readers, I’ve removed this content. Stay tuned, though! I’m experimenting with a brick rocket stove.
Who wants to waste food? Proper storage of dry goods prevents that. Check out these options for pantry storage containers that will keep food fresh.
These reusable snack bags are perfect for packing dry snacks for lunch or traveling. Looking for a more eco-friendly food wrap or reusable sandwich bag DIY?
These DIY garden markers are a snap to make. Many utilize recycled materials making them an inexpensive addition to your vegetable garden.