If you’ve ever done a paper mache project, you know it involves glue. You can also use flour though and it actually works great. If you need a project to last for a long time, you may want to use glue because flour could eventually start to grow mold. The flour recipe though will be … More How To Paper Mache – FLOUR vs GLUE
I’ve always wanted to try to make rock candy and I thought there is no time like the present. I did a bunch hof research to find out the best way to do this and tested a few recipes. I found that the one I’ve listed here works the best. This will take approximately 1 … More DIY Rock Candy
Cricut mats will eventually get dirty and lose their stickiness the more you use them. Mine has the added bonus of getting full of my hair and my dog’s hair LOL. I did some research and tested different ways to clean a Cricut mat. I ruined a couple in the process but found that what … More How To Clean Your Cricut Mat FAST!!
I found this great DIY glass cleaner and wanted to share it with you. I saw a ton of recipes similar to the one I’ve listed here on Pinterest, YouTube and on WordPress. I tested a couple variations and tweaked them to fit my needs and had a very surprising outcome. We recently moved into … More DIY HACK: How To Clean Glass Shower Doors
How To Distress Jeans Pre-distressed can be very expensive so I’ve created a tutorial on how you can make these yourself! You just need a few things and then you can customize your jeans, shorts, jacket, or anything else made with denim. What You’ll Need: Pair of jeans Tweezers Scissors Chalk (optional) Sandpaper (optional) Directions: … More How To Distress Denim Jeans
This video demonstrates how to make a scarf using loop yarn. No hooks, needles or knitting skills are required to make a project using loop yarn. Directions: 1. Start by cutting the middle of a few loops at the beginning. This will give you a “tail” you can sew in at the end. 2. Now … More Finger Knitting/Crochet | How To Use Loop Yarn!
Growing Sprouts Growing your own sprouts is easy and all you need is a wide-mouth glass jar, a mesh strainer and seeds! You can sprout seeds, beans, and grains. Diane Sanfilippo writes in “Practical Paleo,” “Soaking, sprouting, and fermenting them essentially ‘tricks’ grains and legumes into thinking they’ve been planted, allowing them to release some … More How To Grow Sprouts In A Jar