How’s a girl to creatively upcycle tons of wrapping paper? How about making pretty DIY paper crowns for New Years Eve with her 10-year-old niece?! We actually did this all on Christmas afternoon and our whole family each wore a crown for Christmas dinner. It added such a fun and playful aspect to our holiday, we may have to turn this into a tradition!Read More
A zero waste take on holiday cheer!
These aren’t your nanny’s salt ornaments, y’all. These beautiful and boho ornaments are all natural, non-toxic, compostable, and zero waste.
AND THEY SMELL AMAZING!Read More
This woman raised you. She wiped your nose and your butt. She put up with your childhood tantrums, your adolescent melodramas, and your collegiate angst. You left the toilet seat up, your dirty dishes out, and didn’t replace the paper towels. You were literally the worst roommate anyone could ask for for a whopping 18 years… so just take a moment to say THANK YOU.
Have a better and greener Mother’s Day with these 7 easy tips!Read More
Get ready to play with your food: We're making DIY vegetable-based watercolors!
Why use non-toxic chemical paints when you can harness the power of plants?
This is a really fun way to encourage creativity in children while teaching them the power of plants and to see their food in a different light!Read More
Happy New Year!
I love glitter, just like my 9 year old niece, and this year she and I joined forces in search of an eco-friendly confetti option.