I reuse spice jars because they’re free and clear (pun intended), they come with built-in shaker tops, and you can reuse them as many times as you wish. Check out these 3 creative ways I reuse them.
Making DIY essential oils are easier than you think. You can go the route of buying a copper still, but that is expensive. Here’s how we did it with a crock pot!
When recipes are written in parts, it’s a scaling recipe that gives you the freedom to choose the amount to make. You can use this concept with all recipes.
Soda ash in soap making is that powdery white substance that forms on soap bars as they are curing. Learn how to prevent soda ash from forming on your soap!
Learn how to get rid of static cling in your laundry without the use of harsh, expensive chemicals. These 8 simple and effective solutions will surprise you.
You should get these 5 toxic cleaning products out of your home and replace them with natural, homemade alternatives. If you can’t DIY them, you can still buy the more natural, in-store brands.
Again this year we’re publishing homemade Christmas gift ideas to inspire you to make more gifts yourself, and to make them naturally. Plus a Black Friday Sale!
These scented Christmas ornaments are made with natural terracotta clay. They are beautiful, elegant, and keep my home smelling fresh this Christmas season. Did I mention they’re a really fun craft project?
Enjoy this toilet bowl cleaner bomb recipe with a winter wonderland twist. Learn how to put a fun holiday wonderland spin our every day toilet bomb recipe!
Today we show you how to clean stainless steel with a homemade cleaner. Included are recipes for both light and heavy duty homemade stainless steel cleaner.
Last week I outlined how to make smudge sticks, and as promised, wanted to follow that up by writing about some of the most common smudging herbs to use. Enjoy!
Learn how to make a smudge stick and consider doing what I do, freshen the air in your home using the entire plant, not just one concentrated form of the plant, like essential oils.
Pigments, oxides, and micas are soap colorants that will help you achieve gorgeous color in your homemade soaps. Let’s learn how to use them to get the color we’re after.
So you want to start selling homemade products? Be sure to familiarize yourself with these common facts and myths before you begin selling your homemade natural products.
Masterbatch is an easy way to speed up your soap making, or just about any other craft project process. Learn how to masterbatch the soap making process.
These homemade deodorizer tablets are great for trash cans and many other household uses. Also great for litter boxes, sink drains, RV’s, stinky shoes, and more!
Make this simple DIY toilet tank cleaner to clean your tank several times a year. Regular cleaning extends the life of your toilet, and making your own allows you to control what goes into your septic tank!
Save money by making a healthier homemade DIY wet mop refill. Not only does it clean well, the smell your homemade mop refills leave behind is also much better!