Swap store-bought air fresheners — which usually contain endocrine-disrupting chemicals — for all-natural scents using this simple technique.
Made with coconut oil, chia seeds, cinnamon, and a touch of maple syrup, this is an easy, healthy, and delicious mix to make for family and friends.
Customize the design of these simple paper lanterns by using creative stamps, hole punches, or other design elements.
A shallow dish and some rocks are all you need to make this lovely watering hole for bees.
If your kitchen is already stocked with organic oils, herbs, and other healthy ingredients, you probably have everything you need to give these eight DIY skincare recipes — including beet-red lip gloss and vanilla-macadamia oil body scrub — a try.
This DIY deodorant alternative is affordable and a cinch to whip up. And it allows for healthy perspiration while stopping stink in its tracks.
For the fitness lover in your life, try making a slosh pipe. It’s a PVC pipe partially filled with water that creates a simple-yet-dynamic workout tool. It costs about $30 for materials and takes less than 20 minutes to make!
Mix 12 drops lavender with ½ tsp. vitamin E oil, and you have a nifty nail strengthener. Lavender oil is an effective treatment for many minor ailments, including razor burn, bug bites, and cuts and scrapes.
Make safe — and cheap — basics like laundry soap, sink cleanser, and bathroom mildew remover using all-natural ingredients such as essential oils, vinegar, and baking soda.
If you have a loved one who is gluten-free — or just likes to bake — try whipping up a sourdough starter. With a few basic ingredients — and a little patience — you can craft tasty and easily digestible baked goods.