With a little creativity and some grunt work, beautiful paths, patios and other projects can be made by recycling unwanted concrete into a urbanite, a useful building tool. Urbanite is a method of recycling concrete rubble into a myriad of uses, including flowerbeds, walkways, and patios.
One of the ways we have tried to be more self-sufficient to live a more self-sustainable life. We try to produce our own food, raise chickens, recycle, reuse what we can, and generally live life without being consumer-driven. It is not an easy life to live all the time, but the pay off is great! […]
Toilet paper rolls have endless uses for upcycling, including these mini art canvases. Save the money, save the earth and make some great art!
This pop up traveling art trailer belongs to my good friend Christine Brown. She is passionate about frugal living, recycling and having a thriving homestead right in the middle of her neighborhood. Her inspirational story on her family and how art is integral in their daily living along with how she turns junk to jewels […]
Do you have this problem – a pile of old bed sheets that for whatever reason are not suitable for your bed anymore? Or your kids are not into Barbie anymore? Or the dog decided to play tug of war with them while drying on the clothes line? (Real story!) What to do with them? […]
Building a milking stand for your goats doesn’t have to be painstaking or expensive! Here is how to make a goat milking stand using scraps you have around the homestead.