Are you looking for a natural colored rug? Something easy and fun to make? Look no more! Rope rugs add a boho look to the interior of your home. Trust me, you’d love them. I’ ll be sharing with you today, the process of making a rope rug. Let’s go! Materials needed: rope (cotton sash cord) hot glue gun packs of glue sticks
Tote bags are vital for shopping and running errands. I usually put my files and books in there for work. Is there really anything you can’t put in them? Tote bags aren’t bad for the environment, they can be washed unlike plastic bags. This tutorial takes twenty minutes! Yippee! Materials needed: 1/2- yard of fabric. 2 yards of 1-inch cotton webbing to compliment your fabric. Cotton thread to match your fabric Cotton thread to contrast with the inside of the bag
I usually find it hard to breathe using a normal medical face mask. Also, we can agree that most face masks are not eco-friendly. Won’t you like to have face masks that are eco-friendly and comfortable? I bet you would! Materials needed: 100% cotton fabric Elastic choice Filter material Nose pieces, optional
Crochet Shower Puffs are eco-friendly and can be washed. They are also safer to use on sensitive skin. Friends, you can make shower puffs of different colors and gift them to loved ones. I am so obsessed with these cuties. Materials needed: 8ply cotton yarn (preferably organic because this is sustainable and eco-friendly option to regular cotton). I like to use two colours — one for the handle and one for the bulk of the puff. Size 4mm hook (US 7) Scissors Yarn needle
Let’s agree that digging inside your purse to find something you need can be frustrating. And trying to get your hand sanitizer can be impossible sometimes. Arrgh! A hand sanitizer holder prevents all that stress. Materials needed: travel size hand sanitizer bottle main fabric – 100% cotton (tightly woven cotton, such as quilting cotton or cotton used in quality bed sheets) lining fabric – 100% cotton matching thread scissors ruler or measuring tape sewing machine
I always have problem getting lip balms that I like. They are either not the right consistency or are tinted with funny colors. I like me a good non-toxic lip balm that’s why I started making them myself. Today, I’ll be sharing with you all this super easy tutorial. Let’s begin! Materials needed: 1 tablespoon + 1 teaspoon beeswax pellets 1 tablespoon shea butter 2 teaspoons coconut oil 1 teaspoon apricot oil
Kinetic sand helps kids relax and calm down. When the kids are on holiday, it can get crazy is the house.Kinetic sand really comes to the rescue. It helps develop fine motor skills and is good for adults with anxiety. Most importantly, it’s easy to make. Materials needed: 2 Cups of Craft Sand (color of your choice from craft store) 1 TBSP Corn Starch 1 tsp Dawn Dish Soap Water (start with ¼ cup and add as needed)
It’s summer, put away all your hats and instead make wire head scarves. They are super cute and trendy. I have a sensitive scalp and head scarves have been my life saver. You can also use them to keep your hair away during spas and makeup. Most importantly, they are really easy to make. Materials needed: remnant fabric measuring tape extra sharp scissors needle and thread chalk liner or marker pins thin wire wire cutters masking or duct tape
Most times after washing my hair, it’s a battle to have my towel stay on my head. I get frustrated and just put my hair in a bun. One of my friends gifted me a hair towel wrap not too long ago and since then I have been a fan. Today, I am sharing this DIY so we can all enjoy this invention. Materials needed: Towel Fabric, an old towel or even a t-shirt. Serger/overlock Matching Thread Free Sewing Pattern
Lavender bath bombs help one relax after a stressful day. These bath bombs usually contain essential oils and help one to sleep well. These bombs help you calm your nerves and nourish the skin. Materials needed: 2 cups / 260 g / 9.2 oz baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) 1 1/4 cups / 125 g / 4.4 oz citric acid 1/3 cup + 1 tbsp / 80 g / 2.8 oz coconut oil 1 tbsp / 12 g / 0.4 oz Sorbitan oleate (or Polysaorbate 80) up to 70 drops / 3 g / 0.1 oz lavender essential oil 1 tsp pale purple mica...
Got stress? Why not make a stress ball? They are great for every member of the family. They are soft and stretchy. They also come in handy for kids with autism and fidgeters. Anyone can make stress balls, they are that easy to make. Materials needed: Balloons ½ cup Flour (per balloon, approx.) Empty Water Bottle, dry Funnel
I love doing the dishes.The smell of dishwashing liquids, the softness of the dish scrubbers and the bubbles. But why buy dish scrubbers if you can make them? They are easy and fun to make. Materials needed: Tulle 100% cotton yarn large crochet hook
I have a lot of old crayons and I have been thinking of what to do with them. Recently, I stumbled on a DIY candle tutorial. I’ll be sharing this tutorial with you all today. Trust me, this DIY candle is easy to make and can be gifted to loved ones. Materials needed: Old crayons Glass votives (I used small juice glasses) Wax Wicks Dixie cups (or any paper cup) Popsicle sticks (for stirring)
Friends, I just discovered the easiest DIY fluffy rug tutorial. Trust me, anyone can make a fluffy rug. Now I am in love with the process of making them. It’s fun to make them and the end result is a soft and fluffy rug. I’m so excited to be sharing this with you all. Materials needed: Yarn Mash mat Scissors Hairpin
DIY tissue paper flowers are so pretty and can be used for decoration. Last week, I went for a baby shower and was stunned at how beautiful the decorations were. I got to find out that the decorations were hand made and I have promised to make them for my niece’s upcoming birthday. Materials needed: A scissors 1 pipe cleaner (we used green so it looked like a stalk, but you can use any colour you’d like!) 2 sheets of A5 green tissue paper 4 sheets of A5 dark blue tissue paper 4 sheets of A5 li...