This week I want to talk about a complete crafting fail I had trying to stencil-paint a mug. My hope in sharing this is that you can avoid some of the same pitfalls. Stencil-painting a mug seems easy enough to
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
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
If you love festivals and food trucks as much as I do, making a travel cutlery holder to bring your own cutlery is a great way to reduce your environmental impact. Upcycling one from a worn-out waterproof shopping bag is
It’s Brussels sprouts season! Woot-woot! While, this news would not have made ten-year-old me do a happy dance, adult me knows that Brussels sprouts are actually delicious. It’s all in the cooking. Roasted Brussels sprouts are a little sweet, a
Are you ready to start crafting again after all of the holiday chaos? Don’t worry if you’re still feeling a little worn-out because making an upcycled wine cork trivet (or three) is the perfect way to reboot. They’re quick, easy,
This year, instead of making one of the typical New Years resolutions that most of us abandon within days or weeks, why not try something new? Make a Frustrations List and resolve to fix some of the items on it.