Repurposing Ideas for Face Masks

Repurposing Ideas for Face Masks

While we’re not there yet, my hope is that in the near-ish future, we won’t need to wear face masks constantly. Don’t get me wrong, I’m happy to wear them until we’re at comfortably safe place! But, if you’re anything like me, you’ll ultimately be left with a pile of masks and unsure what to do with them. So, I thought it might be fun to come up with a few repurposing ideas for a fabric face mask (which is the kind of I’ve been wearing for the past year).Read more ›

Wildflower Seed Bombs for Earth Day

Wildflower Seed Bombs for Earth Day

Have you ever re-repurposed something? In other words, you repurposed an item…and then decided to repurpose it again as something else. Well, to celebrate Earth Day this year, I decided to re-repurpose a small muffin pan that I had upcycled for the Charlotte Region ReStore(s)’ blog. And for its second project, I wanted to make some wildflower seed bombs.Read more ›

50+ Crafts from Waste Materials and Stuff Around Your Home

50+ Crafts from Waste Materials and Stuff Around Your Home

A month ago, I didn’t envision putting together a collection of crafts with waste materials to share on my blog. But with most of us confined to our homes right now, I thought it might spark some ideas for recycling activities using things we already have on hand. Waste crafts aren’t typically my favorite kind of recycling projects, but different times call for different measures.Read more ›

Tumble Dryer Balls from Wool Yarn

Tumble Dryer Balls from Wool Yarn

If you’re anything like me, then you may be looking for green tips, Earth friendly products, or whatever you can find to build a Green Life. And one thing I have heard over and over again is that dryer sheets are toxic and/or bad for the environment. So, I decided to try my hand at making some dryer balls or tumble dryer balls using wool yarn I found at the thrift store.

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