If you’re looking for an easy Christmas craft this season, I’ll show you how to make a simple, natural candleholder with things you can gather close to home.
Many people don’t realize that you can eat radish greens or leaves. Yep. They are 100% edible. In the spirit of waste not, want not, here’s a quick radish greens pesto recipe for your next crop. It’s healthy, delicious, and super easy. Scroll to the bottom for more radish green recipes. Lately, we’ve seen a […]
I decided we needed a birdbath asap, given that we have chickadees nesting in the backyard, and we are heading into our dry season.
Kokedama (Japanese for moss ball) are related to bonsai except instead of a small pot, the plant is grown in a ball of soil surrounded by moss.
This is a super simple version of an air plant wreath that will bloom and grow for years if you take care of it. I love a seasonless wreath with staying power. Winner Winner Chicken Dinner.
There’s a certain time of year when I just start to crave the clean, spare but fresh look and feel of spring. This DIY spring wreath — with little felt cherry blossoms made from hand-dyed wool — is my attempt to capture that and hold onto it a little longer. I love flowers made out […]
I made this wreath jig a few months ago, based on an article in Sunset magazine from years ago, and then thought I’d wait until fall to write it up. But since I like making wreaths in all seasons, maybe it doesn’t matter what season it is? I mean, I used it to make this […]