How To Make An Adirondack Chair Phone Stand

How To Make An Adirondack Chair Phone Stand

Since we’re still in the travel high season, I thought I’d share another tip to make your trips more comfortable. This little Adirondack chair phone stand is quick to make and collapsible. You’ll be happy to know it will also

How To Make An Artistic Air Plant Holder

How To Make An Artistic Air Plant Holder

I’m really excited about this project because it involves two things I love: air plants and armature wire. Air plants are fantastic if you travel a lot or don’t have a green thumb. They’re also great if you used to

Decorate Your Table With Colorful Upcycled Napkin Rings

Decorate Your Table With Colorful Upcycled Napkin Rings

Here’s a fun little project to brighten your decor and upcycle at the same time. All you need to make upcycled napkin rings is some yarn (this is a great stash-buster) and a few curtain rings. If you don’t have

How To Make A Soft And Cuddly Eco Friendly Blanket

How To Make A Soft And Cuddly Eco Friendly Blanket

What exactly is an eco-friendly blanket? It’s a blanket made from GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified flannel that won’t create any microplastic waste when washed. Microplastic waste is basically the lint that comes from synthetic fabrics, like fleece. Recent

Story Stones: The Most Versatile Thing You’ll Make This Year

Story Stones: The Most Versatile Thing You’ll Make This Year

Ok, yes, that is a quite a claim, I know. It really is true, though. Anyone can make story stones and they’re fun at campfires, parties (children or adult), and even in the car. They’re a great way to have

How To Make Reusable Makeup Wipes

How To Make Reusable Makeup Wipes

Making these eco-friendly, reusable makeup wipes is a great way to learn to knit or to use-up leftover yarn. If you know how to knit, then you might already be riffling through your stash in search of every last piece

Beeswax Wraps: Easy DIY For Eco-Friendly Living

Beeswax Wraps: Easy DIY For Eco-Friendly Living

There are so many benefits of beeswax wraps that I don’t even know where to start. They reduce waste, are non-toxic (no plastics or metals leeching into your food), and they actually keep food fresher than plastic wrap or tin