You can make this sweet and sour mulberry cocktail with blackberries, if you can’t find mulberries where you are.
Sometimes you stumble upon crafty reuse where you’d least expect to see it. Here’s a cool way to reuse wine corks plus some of my other favorite wine cork crafts. Because I know I’m not the only one with a bag of corks in a kitchen drawer.
Spring is my favorite time to live in Atlanta. The weather is almost aggressively beautiful, and I get to finally revive my herb garden. It’s a magical time to live in the south.
This peach mojito recipe is a little bit sweet and a little bit spicy. It’s basically a frosty glassful of summer.
If you’ve got a big stash of wine corks, try making mulch with them! Here are two options for making wine cork mulch.
Propagating succulents is super duper easy, and I have done it successfully with very little work. Here’s how to propagate succulents for free!
Whether you’re gardening on a balcony, in a window, or out in the back yard, planting in interesting containers adds a little extra beauty to your food-growing efforts. You can make your own recycled planters, but if you’d rather focus your creative energy on the gardening part, there are some industrious Etsians making very cute recycled plant pots to spice up your container garden!
When I talked about my garden recently over on my Facebook page a friend mentioned that she wished she had the space to grow her own food. That’s not the first time I’d heard someone say they wanted to grow food but didn’t have any room to do it, but you can actually have a garden even in the smallest space!
Sure, it’s easy to pick up a pot or two while you’re shopping for plants at the garden center, but those pots come with an environmental impact (not to mention a sometimes crazy price tag!). You don’t have to go that route, though! I bet there are some things around your house right now that would make perfectly functional and even cute planters with just a little crafty love. Here are some upcycled planter ideas to get you started!