Since getting goats, milk jugs are few and far between in my home. As much as I enjoy pouring farm fresh milk from a 1/2 gallon mason jar, I long for having a milk jug (or twenty) in my life. Thankfully many people still use them and dispose of them daily. That might not be […]
Decoupaging terracotta pots is a fun and easy way to decorate your garden, not to mention it’s pretty cheap to do! Special thanks to Mary from our local Horticultural Society for figuring out all the tips and tricks that make this an easy success!
Art projects for kids should be fun and frugal. Dyed pasta fits the bill nicely. With just three ingredients you can have hours of creative fun.
Learn how to make a beautiful zero-cost, zero-waste wreath for your front door using only found materials. Don’t have any trees to use for greenery? Christmas tree lots generally give away their trimmings for free, and they make spectacular wreathes. No flowers or berries? Try using herbs, such as the rosemary accent pictured, or pinecones […]
Creating vivid and beautiful dye colors is simple and fun when you harvest materials in your backyard or on your homestead and turn them into natural dyes.
I finally did it! I finished making over this fabulous bookshelf! It was super easy to do, I don’t know why I kept putting it off. But one thing is for sure, and that is that I love it! I adore this little shelf. And luck you, I made a quick little tutorial on how […]