My head is still swimming from the amazing weekend on Jekyll Island at the 2014 Georgia Organics Conference!
You can easily mix up your own homemade all purpose cleaner with just two to three ingredients! Get my recipe and a pretty printable to label your bottle.
You guys, when you see how to make perfume, you will never go to the counter at the department store again.
I mentioned last week that I’m going to be doing art projects for kids at Atlanta Veg Fest on November 9th, and I’m excited to share some photos from the project’s test run!
The vegan Atlanta community is rocking it this fall with the Walk for Farm Animals this month and Atlanta Veg Fest next month!
It is summer now for real, y’all! I made this summer squash bruschetta for a benefit here in Atlanta over the weekend, and it was great!
Don’t you just love a good journal? Ex Libris Anonymous creates upcycled book journals from vintage hardbacks!
Thanks to everyone who entered the Fat Quarter Shop giveaway! I loved reading about all of your project ideas for the 100 percent organic Mod Squad fabric by Dan Stiles for Birch Fabrics (that’s a mouthful, isn’t it?). I used a random number generator to choose a winner this morning, and the winner is…..
ANOTHER giveaway? Yep! The super generous folks at Fat Quarter Shop are offering a fat quarter bundle of Mod Squad organic fabrics by Dan Stiles.
Have you been wanting to start selling your crafts but didn’t know where to start? Or maybe you feel like it might be time to quit that day job to focus on your crafty business? Hello Craft has you covered!
Thanks to everyone who entered the PrinRunner business card giveaway! I used a random number generator to choose a winner, and the winner isssss…..
Have you entered to win a pack of 250 recycled business cards from my sponsors at PrintRunner? There’s still time to enter, so head over to the giveaway and get your name in the hat!
One of the tricky parts of running a green crafty business – or really any sustainable business – is sorting out your printed materials. Business cards, postcards, and your other paper promos can come with a hefty impact, and you don’t want your marketing to come at the expense of virgin forests. Luckily there are printers out there offering more sustainable options.
These accordion notebooks look mild mannered when they’re all folded up, but when you open them, they unfold into beautiful art books for recording memories.
My pal Mike Lieberman over at Urban Organic Gardener is launching an online fall gardening course that looks super amazing, and he was kind enough to ask me to pitch in with some DIY material! The class will help you start a fall garden with confidence, and Mike was kind enough to let me compile share the materials I created for him as a free micro-ebook that you can download here!
This Saturday Margie’s doing a booth for Vegetable Husband at the East Point Farmers Market, and she asked if I’d be into doing a mini workshop on making refrigerator pickles!