Learning how to make beeswax candles gives you a fun new skill and control over the ingredients. Use these, give them away, or sell them!
I wanted to make an autumn scented beeswax air freshener similar to some I saw at a craft show. They’re pretty simple to make and way cheaper to DIY.
Learn how to render beeswax, and clean it yourself. Yes, it is more convenient to buy the pellets, but if you’re into doing things yourself you can render and clean your own beeswax and enjoy the advantages.
I made this homemade drawer freshener because I was tired of the harmful chemicals used in commercial fabric softeners and detergents to mask odors in clothing. The ingredients in my recipe are natural and they work!
Learn how to make eyeliner to ensure your ingredients are natural. We examine reasons to make your own and offer two DIY eyeliner recipes.
This lotion bar recipe is simple, natural, and easily customizable. Make lotion bars that are great for moisturizing skin and gift-giving.
If you suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) you know it is no joke. Today we discuss the symptoms, causes, and solutions of SAD.
This simple, fun DIY tinted lip balm recipe includes the base recipe and instructions for 3 tint colors: maroon, deep red, and brownish pink.
This homemade gummy bears recipe is a delicious, healthy snack! They’re simple to make and they contain no unhealthy chemical ingredients.
A clay pot heater is a simple and effective emergency heat source. Learn how to make them and which candles to use for minimal soot and ash.
This easy DIY homemade leather conditioner seals and protects against the elements helping your leather look and feel its best for longer.
This silky, non-greasy DIY face lotion is the result of much trial and error! I’m happy to share my successful homemade face lotion recipe.
When folks make DIY bar soap it often turns out too soft. We have the solution! Use these 5 tips to make your bar soap hard and long-lasting.
Every home cook needs to know how to clean and maintain a wooden cutting board. We show you how, including making your own cutting board oil.
Homemade pomade skips the parabens, formaldehyde, and fragrance of commercial pomades. Just a simple, natural, non-greasy hair texturizer!
Wood finishes don’t have to contain chemicals and petroleum products. You can use natural-based finishes for woodworking projects instead.
Don’t buy expensive essential oil reed diffuser oil blends that contain chemical agents. Make your own blends and use chopsticks as reeds!
My New Year’s resolution is simple: go zero waste as much as possible. This means reducing the amount of trash your family produces to zero.