Rebatching soap is the simple process of fixing a failed batch. Anyone making a lot of natural homemade soap has a failed batch sooner or later. Now we can fix it!
Homemade conditioner is inexpensive & easy to make. You only need two ingredients, an empty bottle, and an adventurous heart. Ditch the products and go DIY!
I use healing herbs for wounds that don’t require professional care. Today we’ll focus on herbs for scrapes, bruises, splinters, sprains, bug bites, and more.
Learning how to make chocolate isn’t necessarily quick, but it is simple. And it allows you to control the quality of ingredients, and customize the taste!
A green back to school lunch is all about eliminating plastics. To accomplish this, we need to be aware of how to reduce plastic use in our school lunches!
A tutorial on homemade wax for legs. This sugar wax recipe is a natural, inexpensive way to remove leg hair without all the costly, harmful ingredients.
A lot of vegans enjoy the taste of cheese, but don’t want to ingest animal milk. That’s why this simple, quick, and delicious vegan cheese recipe is great.
This DIY embroidery hoop is an aromatic lavender wreath that looks beautiful, smells lovely and is an all-around beautiful piece of decor to be proud of.
Natural dyes for fabric of many kinds can be made from nuts and berries, and it’s not hard to get fabrics any array of beautiful colors you want, naturally!
This homemade ice pack is flexible and easy to make. Stop buying the expensive commercial ice packs, these are reusable, inexpensive, and great as gifts.
Learn how to make soap from Debra Maslowski who has been making homemade soap for decades. Her natural process is simple, versatile, and it always turns out!
I learned how to roast coffee beans at home so I could create my own favorite blends, save money, and ensure my beans were high quality, fresh, and organic!