This natural homemade insect repellent is great for mosquitos, flies, and other annoying warm season bugs. Use the recipes as they are or tweak to your liking and begin applying your bug spray with confidence. You’ll never buy commercial sprays again!
I make reusable, washable, DIY bags because the store-bought bags aren’t always washable once soiled. There are many ways you can make these DIY bags–with or without a sewing machine–and I love using them in place of the plastic bags at the store!
This homemade window cleaner works great on windows and any other glass surface in your home. It is made from white vinegar and lemon balm, which is antibacterial and antiviral, giving it the kick it needs to clean and disinfect all your windows and glass!
I know people have long used home remedies for sunburn treatment, so this year I set out to create a soothing, after-sun lotion using aloe vera and several other natural, healing oils. I’m happy to report that it works great on sunburns and more!
I came up with this hummingbird food recipe because I love to watch the hummingbirds. Each year, I wait until about mid-April when they finally show up. I have fed them commercial nectars before, but realized it was cheaper and healthier to make my own.
These homemade soap tips show you six different methods for adding swirls of color to your soap. The good news is, swirling the colors in isn’t complicated and are all things you’ll be able to do if you try. And of course, we talk about using powdered herbs and spices for more natural colors.
This homemade shower cleaner saves our budget and my sense of smell. It is natural, simple, works great, and uses common ingredients found in most any home! It’s an easy DIY tub and tile cleaner that will keep your shower sparkling clean and soap scum free.