Flat pens are wonderful add on gifts for anyone. We all need a pen at some point right? They are quick and easy to make and personalize. This tutorial will show you how to make a flat pen in just a few minutes.
I can almost say that repurposing things is a passion of mind. Finding new ways to use decorative napkins is fun and creative. This decoupage napkin craft is great for all ages.
Paper rolls from paper towel or toilet rolls have incredible potential. With a little imagination, they can make super fun toys. This tube fun tutorial is just one example.
Tea bag embroidery is simple and fun. It is another way to repurpose a tea bag into a beautiful art project. The possible stain colors and embroidery designs are endless. This craft is suitable for any skill level.
For as long as I can remember, my mom has suffered from migraine attacks. It has taken her a lifetime to identify some of the triggers that cause the attacks. One of these is aspartame, an artificial sweetener found in over six thousand food and beverage products in the US alone.
I've seen pictures in random shapes since I was a very little girl. It was fun to look at the clouds and find a bunny or a butterfly. I think we've all played this game. Recently I noticed shapes that a wet tea bag left on paper. I've traced the shapes and made amazing pictures out of them.
Since I was very little I loved to upcycle random objects. As an adult, I find that recycling brings out my creativity. Upcycling and creating art with used tea bags has been incredibly satisfying. Tea bag roses are organically beautiful and so easy to make.
Every time I threw out a tea bag, I felt guilty. So I started saving the used ones in a bowl. I noticed the tea stain on a raspberry zinger herbal tea bag one day. It was pink, pretty and reminded me of a rose petal. It was the first of many tea bag art ideas.
Our five-pound Yorkshire Terrier is a fussy eater. We joke and say that she’s picky because she’s watching her figure. All jokes aside though, our Yorkie doesn’t eat well. We often spoon feed her just to make sure she gets food in her belly, so we make treats for her as a supplement.
I have always believed in a holistic approach to health management. Since I love tea I was excited to learn about fennel tea and how it can help me and a loved one with hiccups, IBS, and upper respiratory concerns. I now drink a cup of fennel tea daily.
This great cancer and inflammation fighter may not look like much, but it is full of great Omega-3 fatty acids—and it is a great source of protein, calcium, and iron. Plus, it's easy to make!
This article talks about what happens to hair after chemo therapy has ended and your hair starts growing back.
Explore Lynden, Washington, home to one of the largest Dutch American communities in the United States. The city's Dutch Heritage is reflected in its storefronts, signage, and architecture.
Making your own card is not just rewarding. It also shows that you put thought and effort into the card you present to a friend or loved one. These paper towel greeting cards are easy and fun.
I often buy something on impulse only to realize that I bought too much. I have a hard time throwing food out. So, I started researching food storage options for my grocery items and made up the following storage list. This way I could hopefully save some money and another trip to the store.
Little pieces of left over yarn are treasures to a crafter. They versatile little remnants that boost my imagination. Here is another idea for you to reuse left over yarn.