I definitely love a good old jeans DIY, especially one that helps other people! In this post from Crafting a Green World, Julie Finn talks about how you can help Ugandan children by using your old jeans in one of the most fun, altruistic craft projects ever!
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When it comes to lotions, cleansers, and exfoliators, I’m a little wary of what I put on my body, which is why I’ve been using organic argan oil for skin care.
Take a peek at these 3 super-simple last-minute Valentine’s Day gift ideas for dudes.
Portia at Makery shared this ingenious tutorial for lengthening a cropped tee, and I have to tell you: it’s awesome. And simple. If you can sew a straight line on your machine, you can do this simple DIY refashion.
Try this easy-peasy, two-ingredient, miracle DIY moisturizer to keep your skin silky-smooth this winter.
Really, these seed paper hearts are great Valentine ideas for him or her. Or for kids. Or to make for yourself!
Keep breaking your powder makeup? Learn how to fix broken eyeshadow and other compacts to extend the life of your makeup.
I’m a big believer that the best natural deodorant is one that you make yourself. Try this simple recipe for how to make deodorant!
Keep it simple. Keep it smart. And keep the gifts usable (and preferably reusable). Try these three easy DIY holiday gift ideas today!
Whether you’re shopping second hand or trying to mend instead of replace, patching holes can be a little bit tricky. Here’s how to mend clothes with crochet instead of unsightly fabric patches.
Next time you brew a cup of tea, don’t toss the empty bag into the trash or compost! Try some of these beauty uses for tea bags instead.
Turn an old pair of socks into cozy yoga socks. You don’t need sewing, knitting, or crochet skills to make these heelless, no-toe socks for yoga.
Cozy up with these DIY scarves for fall! Even if you’re new to sewing, these homemade scarves are doable.
Use these tried-and-true tips for healthy fall skin.
Here’s how to make a cowl to flesh out your stash of fall accessories.
Store bought accessories are no fun! Mass produced pieces are bad for the planet and lack the personality of something you made yourself. Instead of hitting the big box store for your accessory needs, why not hit your crafty stash for some recycled fashion fun instead? Make these DIY accessories that show off your crafty skills!
Most DIY dry shampoos use ingredients like corn starch that make dark hair look gray. The dry shampoo recipe below is specifically for dark hair!
If your hair is long enough for a ponytail, you can don the Gibson tuck. My hair is almost shoulder length, but it works with longer styles as well.
Turn a thrifted men’s t-shirt into a cute DIY off the shoulder shirt with sparkly sequin details. No sewing required!
Try this fabulous, EASY DIY recipe for facial cleansing grains for fresh-feeling skin with no added chemicals.