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
Do you remember many years (and a lot more legroom) ago, when flying was actually kind of fun? There were snacks, beverages, and on long-haul flights even Economy passengers got a little amenity kit with slippers, ear plugs, and 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.
Maybe it’s all of the articles on micro-plastics that have been in the news recently, but this holiday season I decided that it’s finally time to make an environmentally-friendly casserole dish carrier. No more wrapping dishes in plastic wrap like
This is the second part of the post I did last week about clearing out your closet and upcycling t-shirts (and other fabrics) into lavender sachets. For part one, click here. As we talked about last week, the fastest way
It seems like it took forever, but this long, weird winter is finally over, and as much as I love my wool sweaters, it’s nice to be able to put them away. I always store them with lavender sachets because